What We Have Learned From Coronavirus

• No one  would trip over a high mountain, but people are very likely to trip over a small heap of earth. So, people normally look down upon small damages, and neglect insignificant things, therefore they will experience a lot of regret.

• Stress happens--there's no way around it. It's your body's natural reaction to thoughts or events that make you feel threatened or in danger. And whether real or imagined, when you perceive a threat in your life, your nervous system activates with a "fight-or-flight" response, releasing stress hormones like adrenaline and cortisol to help you better handle an emergency situation. In small doses stress can be good, helping you perform like a pro under a looming deadline at work or acting as a motivator to be your best when the moment calls for it. But prolonged stress can take a toll on your body, too. 
• Doing meditation and drinking these relaxing teas could help you reduce your stress and help in finding deep relief.

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