Positive thinking manages stress levels in the brain.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) March 26, 2013
Mayo Clinic research shows how positive thinking manages stress levels in the brain. Inspirational website, BGreaterThanU.com, promotes positive thinking through inspirational stories, quotes and lifestyle tips in an effort to help people live happier and healthier lives.
Emotional stress levels are significant as they manifest directly to the body in the form of fatigue, lack of sleep, increased heart rates and much more. Those symptoms then can lead to depression and more severe sicknesses such as cardiovascular diseases.
Researchers say, though, that individuals can take steps to address negative thoughts through self talk. Self talk is defined as the streaming thoughts that run through your mind throughout the day and the key is to change the self talk to more positive thoughts.
Website B>U, which was created in October 2012 provides numerous stories, tips and quotes for individuals to draw upon to help fill their self talk with positive thoughts. B>U recently added daily quotes or positive lifestyle tips to give viewers additional resources for positive self talk.
"Sometimes you need to read other people's inspirational stories or positive observations on life to get a different perspective. The new enlightenment can spark a new positive thought for that day or help to build upon an on going thought," remarks B>U co-founder Matt Evans.
B>U's mission is to help inspire individuals to be greater than themselves but now recognizes the life impact the B>U feature stories and quotes can have. Mayo Clinic research lists positive self talk helping increase life span, better coping skills, lower rates of cardiovascular disease and better physical well being.
B>U recognizes that all individuals face serious hardships in their lives. The key is not to ignore the turmoils in society but to approach them in a more positive manner.
BGreaterThanU.com offers lifestyle tips, motivational quotes and features inspirational stories about individuals being greater than themselves for a better world. For more information, go to BGreaterThanU.com.