We now live in a fast paced world where there are a million and one things going on around us. From the news about catastrophic natural disasters halfway across the world, to the shooting of an unarmed teenager by the police. Our brain is trying to process all these signals coming in from our environment and trying to interpret what all this means to you, so as to initiate the appropriate response. The result? You go through 101 emotions from the moment you sit down for breakfast to the moment you walk into work.
This bombardment by conflicting messages and your brain’s attempt to sort it and protect you sets you off on an emotional rollercoaster. Add that to all the real stuff that might be happening in your life like debt, a bad day at work, unruly children and all that is going to result in emotional turmoil. All the toxic emotions you experience on a day-to-day basis from fear, anger, hurt, distrust and many more have an impact on your health.