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We have all heard that words have power and that the way we use words and what we tell ourselves can affect our wellbeing both in terms of the way we live and our biology, in fact base on the epigenetic premises of changing the physiology of our body through our perceptions this would include the perceptions of the words we use and their definitions.
1 time a day for 1 hour, for 10 years = 3,650
1 time a day for 1 hour, for 20 years = 7,300
1 time a day for 1 hour, for 40 years = 14,600
4 times a day for 1 hour each, for 20 years = 14,600
4 times a day for 1 hour each, for 20 years = 29,200
4 times a day for 1 hour each, for 40 years = 58,400
8 hours a day for 20 years = 58,400 -- by 40 years old = 116,800
Distress the body 24/7 for 20 years = 175,200 times, by 40 years = 350,400 times.
“The secret of how stress kills will not be a secret for too much longer.” - Emily Deans M.D. Psychology Today
WORDS CHANGE OUR DNA
WORLD'S No. 1 KILLER DISEASES
According to Russian biophysicist and molecular biologist Pjotr Garjajev and his colleagues, “DNA can be influenced and reprogrammed by words and frequencies without cutting out and replacing single genes. Our DNA is not only responsible for the construction of our body but also serves as data storage and in communication. The alkalines of our DNA follow a regular grammar and do have set rules just like our languages.”
Susan J Elliott JD, M.Ed in a 2015 online publication Psychology Today writes “Cognitive dissonance is the mental stress or discomfort caused when you hold two or more contradictory beliefs, ideas or values at the same time. Humans strive for internal consistency and when you experience inconsistency, or dissonance, you avoid situations and information likely to increase that inconsistency. In other words, you seek refuge from that which causes stress or dissonance and when you can’t find that refuge, your stress level increases.”
“Stress or distress is responsible for survival of all species. When the lion is coming for you, you want to be distressed. That said, the subconscious mind does not know the difference between a lion and being distressed at work” - IamEPI.com
Distress and the misuse of the world stress is so common in the world that many people are distress many times a day and are unaware of it. Now we are not saying that people should go around correcting every one that misuses the word stress or ridicule science or education for its misuse, but rremember, epigenetics is changing the physiology of our body through your perceptions, and as science clearly shows this includes the words and there definitions we believe. It is our humble belief that if people can beware of the three levels of stress and there benefits they may be able to minimize their exposure to the number one killer disease in the world, which weakens or even shuts down your immune system that can cause illness or death - DISTRESS.
ANOTHER PERSPECTIVE NOT THAT IT SHOULD BE YOURS OR ANYONE ELSE’S
Chronic distress weakens or shuts down the immune system that can cause illnesses and even death.
Neuroscientist Andrew Newberg, M.D. states “not only do words literally change your brain but a single word has the power to influence the expression of genes that regulate physical and emotional stress.” If the human body survives on different levels of stress and “a single word has the power to influence the expression of genes that regulate physical and emotional stress” then we ask if the average person is unaware of the three levels of “stress” and their benefits and all they have been taught or read about stress by scientist and experts is that it is bad, could the conflict of the body wanting to do what is right by using our stress levels to keep us alive and health and our contradictory perceptions that all stress is bad, or we should not stress create a type of cognitive dissonance in the mind, body or DNA that can actually contribute to distress and we not beware of it?