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Friday, 22 July 2016

Why You Need To Manage Your Stress






Authorities in the field of psychology have asserted at different times that stress is common to all and sundry, consciously or unconsciously. More so, recent occurrences in our society today have put paid to this point as some known figures have quietly gone to the grave beyond, due to unexplained reasons, which could be traced to stressful related conditions.Details after the cut.......



 The most recent of these occurrences was the passing away of a member of the House of Representatives, representing Ifako Ijaiye Constituency of Lagos State, Hon. Elijah Adewale, who slumped and died on Thursday July 21, in his Abuja residence. He was said to have attended the caucus meeting of the House of Representatives the previous day before his sudden death. He was 65 years old.

Another was the death of the two former coaches of Nigeria, Stephen Keshi, June 8, and Amodu Shuaibu, June 11, which dealt a tragic blow to the entire country and particularly football fans. For the late Keshi, he was said to have died of Cardiac arrest, while his deceased colleague died in his sleep.
While these are just infinitesimal, considering the gross number of sudden deaths in our society, it is pertinent for people to acquire knowledge on healthy living and stress management. While it is often said that there are walking corpses in human figures, who could yield in at any moment due to the load of stress in their body systems, proper stress management could redeem such souls.

The first step in successful stress relief is deciding to make stress management an ongoing goal, and to monitor your stress level.
Once you start monitoring your stress level, the next step is identifying your stress triggers. When or under what situations do you experience the most stress? Some causes of stress are easy to identify, such as job pressures, relationship problems or financial difficulties. But daily hassles and demands, such as commuting, arranging child care or being overcommitted at work, also can contribute to your stress level.

Positive events also can be stressful. If you got married, started a new job and bought a new house in the same year, you could have a high stress level. While negative events in general are more stressful, be sure to also assess positive changes in your life.

Once you've identified your stress triggers, you can start thinking about strategies for dealing with them. Identifying what aspect of the situation you can control is a good starting point.

The following are proven stress reduction techniques for your use:
1. Deep Breathing
2. Massage
3. Yoga
4. Meditation
5. Outdoor Sports
However, regular check up is key after practicing all these, in order to remain fit at all times.


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Friday, 3 June 2016

Daily bathing does more harm than good to your skin- Dermatologists




As refreshing as daily showering is, it’s rare for normal individuals to do without it. However, experts in skin care have just disclosed that daily bathing or showering especially with hot water easily sags the skin and exposes it to several infections.Details after the cut...

Thursday, 17 March 2016

Video- Apostle Suleiman lashout at Gov. El-Rufai: Christlike or Not?

      The reaction of Apostle Johnson Suleiman to the Bill sent by the Kaduna State Governor El-Rufai, to the State House of Assembly to regulate religious preaching across the state as well as subject preachers to obtain license has generated a lot of brouhaha over the past few days on social media and in the state.

As a true christian, what is your take on his decision to curse the governor publicly, notwithstanding the teaching of Christ in Matthew 5:44, which reads: "But I say unto you, Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them which despitefully use you and persecute you".

In view of this, would you say his action was Christlike or not?

Tuesday, 15 March 2016

Pastor Kumuyi storms Ikorodu again!

Its happening again in Ikorodu live and direct, as Pastor Kumuyi shakes the ancient town with the power of God.Last year September was remarkable at his visit to the town @ the LASPOTECH field, Ikorodu, as several miracles were performed by the anointed one.

This time round, it is going to be bumper harvest for sincere seekers @ the Deeper Life Campground, Igbalu, Ikorodu, as the Man of God holds a special miracle service on Sunday 20th, 2016, 5pm prompt.

Its your time to smileeeeee!

Tuesday, 8 March 2016

International Women’s Day 2016: Burning Health Issues of Nigerian Women



 
It’s a good thing celebrating women on a special day like this-which has triggered widespread jealousy among the men’s folk, clamouring for Men’s day too. But in all honesty, analysing the profile and portfolio of a woman, reveals that she deserves far more than a day for celebration. 

The theme for International Women’s Day 2016 is “Planet 50-50 by 2030: Step It Up for Gender Equality”. Although, in such clime as ours, gender equality and women empowerment, as enshrined in the 1995 Beijing Declaration is still a mirage, this Day should awake the attention of the government of the day to the realisation of such policies in the country.

Gender equality aside, there are pertinent and perturbing health issues, affecting majority of women in Nigeria, which needs to be brought to the fore on such occasion as this, for immediate resolution. Top among them are:

Wednesday, 2 March 2016

74 Hearty Cheers to Daddy G.O @ Seventy-four


Topsyoba's Blog joins the host of RCCG's members worldwide to wish him a happy birthday, greater anointing and prosperous ministry ahead. Happy Birthday sir.



Friday, 26 February 2016

What a pity! Rev. King Still To Die By Hanging


As if the prolonged judicial process would bring a stay on the initial judgement pronounced on the embattled General Overseer of  the Christian Praying Assembly in Lagos, Rev. Chukwuemeka Ezeugo popularly known as Rev King, the apex court  today, has upheld the earlier ruling of the Lagos High Court on the case, stating that the Rev King must die by hanging.