Whilst many of these blogs have considered the quality and importance of our relationship with the natural environment and with our own selves – including our sense of self-worth and our internal dialogue and self-talk, here I am going to concentrate on the importance of our romantic relationships.
Fear is an emotion that all of us will have felt – it is a natural response when our survival is threatened. However, fear can become a problem.
‘Pandemics can be stressful’ is a statement on the website of the CDC (The US’s ‘Centres for Disease Control and Prevention’) and it is worth remembering that, to some extent, COVID-related anxiety is not only natural but helpful as it helps us to adopt routines that keep us safe.
Mostly our muscles do what we tell them to. However, sometimes they might pulse or contract otherwise known as twitches and spasms. This is most common in thighs, calves, hands, arms, stomach, ribcage and the arches of your foot. Doctors are not always entirely sure why they happen, but there are a number of different triggers that can set them off.