I have come to realize something, mostly because my medicaiton is finally taking effect. I was once like many people on here...very health conscious. I still am to a degree, yet not so much anymore. I use to always check my pulse and feel my heart beat and focus on every little pain in my body. Yet recently, I have been refusing, and it really works. The bottom line is there really isn't anything wrong with our bodies, just the fact that we think there is...its all mental. If you RESIST constantly checking our pulse and monitoring your heart, you will seriously drive yourself crazy and get more anxious. SO STOP CHECKING YOUR VITALS! LoL...I know it may be hard, but honestly if you can just suppress those needs of your body being a problem, than you can come to grips with it all. Ask yourself these questions...when was the last time you really had heart trouble? Ever passed out from a heart condition? Ever had a panic attack and it was so bad you died? Is there any scientific evidence what so ever that you have indeed a problem in your body that is physical and you MUST check your pulse? For most of us the answer is no...and if you remember these questions...I think you will see that you can be less weary of your body and more conscious of living your life...Hope it helps!
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