It is in our DNA to keep ourselves in check. It is good for health. Our brains make it a priority, but the things we’re built for are so flawed that we don’t have the time to think about them every day. We’ve got to keep a strict system around our health, and when we fail, it has to be punished. The problem is we’re designed for everything to be a bit more good, and we need more good to be happy.
Which is good for health?
Good health is good for everything. If you have a good lifestyle, you can be sure you are in great condition. However, our system has a flaw in that it is so good at dealing with our illness and other illnesses that it makes us feel better for a few days but then takes a toll on our health for the rest of our lives.
The main difference between good and good health is when we are at our most stressed out. And it seems to me that in the death loop we are constantly on the cusp of exhaustion. As we get used to the term, we are on the cusp of life, and being stressed like this just has no other way to do it.
But this is where the analogy breaks down because stress is only stress when it comes to your health. The stress that we go through when we are stressed is the same stress. That comes from the stress of working more, traveling, and having a job that seems to eat away at us. The problem is that we are so stressed that we do not even recognize it as stress, and when it does come, it hurts us terribly.
A common way to think about stress is to see it as a biological response to our experiences of the day. When stress arrives, it may be that we simply feel it more strongly than we usually do. Because the intensity of our experiences and the amount of time we spend stressed is so great that it causes us to lose touch with everything else in our life. Or it may be that we are simply more irritable in order to keep us stressed.
If you’re stressed, you’re likely to be feeling irritable, and thus likely to be more irritable
There is no doubt that if you’re stressed, you are more irritable. The problem is that you are also more likely to be stressed. Just because you are more irritable doesn’t mean that you’re going to experience stress. If you’re stressed and irritable, you’re more likely to have a stress headache. And to have an inflamed, red, inflamed headache.
In terms of stress and health, it seems to be that as we get older, we become more irritable. We are less likely to experience stress in our older years. In fact, it seems that stress in our old age is usually accompanied by an increase in stress headaches. Which is a well-known and well-regarded health risk. It seems that in old age, we can easily become stressed out, but we can also easily develop stress headaches.