Positive the Facts recently published Paul Peters’ article “Neurocore Asks is Holding a Grudge Bad for Mental and Physical Health?” detailing the latest investigation by the applied neuroscience company into how holding a grudge can affect a person’s health. Visit manta.com to know more about Neurocore.
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Though life is often full of misunderstandings, holding onto the pain and hurt can affect a person’s overall physical health. Holding onto the resentment will never lead to happiness or even healing. Though moving on might be difficult, long-held resentment can lead to stress that may affect one’s daily life. Peter’s reveals that resentment and hostility may lead to depression or anxiety while preventing a person from being in the present moment. Neurocore suggests that holding onto grudges may prevent a person from having a positive mindset. This negative mindset of a grudge can affect the physical health of a person as well. Not only will anger or resentment cause a rise in cortisol, also known as the stress hormone, but sustained resentment may cause the cortisol to be released in the body continuously. This prevents the body from being able to heal itself, lowering immune response and organ function. High levels of cortisol have also been shown to lead to physical issues like insomnia, stroke, headaches, and even heart attacks. See more information at Linkedin about Neurocore.
Letting go of a grudge can be important for improving mental and physical health. For some people, the resentment may even become a part of how they identify themselves. However, the true way to relieve the symptoms of a grudge is by shifting the focus to self-care. By focusing the attention on their own lives instead of on the person who hurt them, one may rediscover empathy, kindness and compassion. The mind eventually recognizes that the feelings of anger and hurt no longer serve a purpose. Though it may be difficult to let go of these grudges, there are solutions available. Companies like Neurocore provide brain training without using drugs. The company also allows for noninvasive training.
Neurocore’s core training program uses the brain’s neuroplasticity, or the ability to change itself, in order to make the brain stronger. With neuroimaging and brain mapping, the program helps relieve symptoms of depression and anxiety while improving focus and memory.