A new study suggests that stress may lead to migraines in those with certain genetic variations that regulate our sleep-wakefulness cycle. New research has suggested that financial worries may cause migraines in people who have two specific variations in a gene that regulates our biological clock. Our so-called biological clock is the collective name given to a… The post Body clock gene variations may lead to stress migraines appeared first on BayArt.
You could call Joshua Becker an early pioneer of the minimalist movement. If you haven’t read his books on minimalism, you might recognize him from the documentary “Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things.” The Wall Street Journal bestselling author was born in Aberdeen, S.D., and attended junior high and high school in Wahpeton,… The post ‘Distraction from happiness’: Writer encourages people to live with less appeared first on BayArt.
In these busy days, people tend to find themselves preoccupied with so many things that they may have a difficult time simply relaxing and finding enjoyment. The crunch to produce something at work, balance a budget, get an education, and provide for a family, can keep people from being able to take time to pursue… The post Crafting may provide happiness you have missed appeared first on BayArt.
People spend years chasing happiness, only to learn the hard way that it wasn’t where they thought it was. They assume career success, riches, retirement or the “perfect relationship” will bring the happiness they’ve always wanted. In the process, they miss the enjoyable moments all around them. But what will make you happy? To find out,… The post 4 Things science says you can do to be happy appeared first on BayArt.
New research suggests the reason some people develop post-traumatic stress disorder while others do not may be because of molecular changes, specifically alteration in micro-RNA as related to gene regulation. In a controlled study involving military personnel on deployment to a combat zone in Afghanistan, researchers from the Netherlands discovered evidence that blood-based miRNAs may… The post Molecular changes may impact risk of PTSD appeared first on BayArt.
If you want to feel less negative during the day, create better relationships, and score some amazing career opportunities, then you’re going to want to do what you can to attract more love and positivity into your life. And that usually involves changing how you think. Yes, it also includes positive daily affirmations and gratitude lists.… The post 15 Easy ways to attract more love and positivity into your life appeared first on BayArt.
Love is an experience. Love is, experience. Love is Life. Life; experience. You can take it or leave it but that won’t ever stop it from being true. You can’t stop it from finding you; make you second guess any false sense of pride in you, it’s what it’s… The post Life, Love; Experience appeared first on BayArt.
Be grateful for the big things, the little things, and everything in between, and happiness will follow. Experts who study gratitude loosely define it as a sense of appreciation and thankfulness for the good things in life—both big and small—and it may be the fastest route to enduring happiness. Yes, you read that right; many… The post Here’s why being grateful leads to happiness (and not the other way around) appeared first on BayArt.
At the center of your fears, lies the point of no return. A point at which you pivot, to face everything you are. There’s no running from our reflections; or trying to lose it by going in different directions because it’ll always, ALWAYS, know how to stop us in our tracks by silently… The post Self; Centered Fear appeared first on BayArt.
The everyday noises of life are often a shrill cacophony of discord rather than the harmonious and beautiful sounds of a symphony. From the moment we wake up, we are seemingly bombarded by the alarm clock, relationship or health problems, arguing children, barking dogs, honking horns stuck in traffic, bombastic talking heads on the news,… The post Unplug from the Noise appeared first on BayArt.