Stress is one of the leading factors that can negatively influence self-care. Stress is defined by Hans Selye, MD as “the rate of wear and tear in the human machinery that accompanies any vital activity and, in a sense, parallels the intensity of life.” It can affect the functions of the brain. Additional studies have suggested that stress in the absence of Self-care can increase the risk of conditions like obesity, heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, etc. The business of self-care and stress requires that a foundation of balance is applied.… Read More The Business of Self-care
Who are you?
My name is Nadia Jalloh, I was named after my grandmother, and a nurse that helped deliver me…. The name Nadia means “hope.” “Hope is the feeling that the feeling you have isn’t permanent” – Jean Kerr. In Arabic, Nadiyyah means “tender”, “delicate” or “the calling”. Urban dictionary would describe me as a beautiful, sweet, kind, loving girl who is all about peace. Nadia wants everyone happy, sounds accurate.… Read More Embrace “I” in Attitude