The "Tropoja" file, how the Haklaj brothers were executed one after the other after the conflict with Berisha, who are the 15 officials who risk prison, here is the evidence that SPAK is investigating
Zylfie Haklaj speaks for the newspaper "SOT" and warns of the sinking of Sali Berisha in SPAK for the murder file in Tropoja: He has become like a rabid dog that is trying to eat every person that comes in front of him
The scandal, this is how Rama helped Bolino to rob the properties in the former "Partizani" Complex with the same scheme he followed with Jamarbër Malltez, the charges and documents are revealed
In the interceptions of "SKY ECC" well-known journalists who collaborate with crime and politicians who have ordered murders appear, a minister is about to sink, here are the sensational behind-the-scenes, says Anduena Llabani
Bloc doctor Sali Berisha provokes and fiercely attacks LANÇ: Liberation Day the blackest day for Albanians, 28 thousand martyrs did not fall and there was fratricide, battles were invented and stories about partisans were fabricated
Muharrem Xhafa: This is why Sali Berisha does not accept November 29 as Liberation Day, he has aligned himself with the ballisticians and Nazi fascists, the facts disprove his claims
He savagely attacked the partisan war, Petro Koçi responds to Sali Berisha: You are an anti-national leader and the worthy successor of the criminal Xhaferr Deva
SP MP Bujar Çela announces the arrest of Sali Berisha, who is the close associate with 3 files in SPAK that can open "Pandora's Box" for the former prime minister
Be careful! Psychologists also confirm it: These 3 habits increase our anxiety and nervousness
Written by SOT.COM.AL 10 Nëntor 2023
Nervousness and anxiety are very common feelings, but most of us wish we didn't experience them, or at least not experience them as often.
Yes, anxiety can be related to genetic predisposition, psychological trauma from childhood, or brain chemistry, but have you ever considered that certain habits make it worse?
If you don't get enough sleep or live a cluttered life if you start the day with large amounts of sugar, you're likely to feel the negative effects. Habits like these will increase anyone's anxiety, with or without the presence of an actual anxiety disorder.
Habits are useful if they are of the right kind. Our brains do repetitive actions like turning on the computer, brushing our teeth, and driving to work every morning on autopilot so that we can focus on new situations that require decisions, creativity, and solutions—and that's incredibly helpful. .
The problem is that once these patterns are formed, we rarely give them a second thought, so it's hard to see their effects. We keep doing the same thing over and over without thinking about how it affects us.
Below are five habits that almost everyone follows that make us more nervous than we should be.
A situation that we don't know if it starts with stress or causes it. Either way, procrastination means putting off tasks for another time due to stress and pressure, which will further increase the stress.
Stopping this behavior at any time is helpful. Here are some strategies on how to stop it.
Make a list of the obligations that you keep putting off . Do one of them right away and plan the other one shortly or shortly after you wake up in the morning. Repeat until the list is complete.
Set an alarm clock . Some people work better under pressure. You are in control of the sense of urgency you create for yourself by setting a timer and giving yourself a limited amount of time to complete a task.
Overcome the need for perfection . The stress of getting things right can sometimes make progress very difficult. When you embrace the idea that failure is part of the journey, and not the end of it, then you may find that procrastination disappears.
Avoidance of situations
Similar to procrastination is avoidance. Psychologists say that one of the main behaviors that increase anxiety is not even trying something or avoiding it (until it eventually gets worse). A very serious factor in this is the search for perfection that we mentioned above.
"This is actually the opposite of what most people think. Anxiety gets worse when you avoid the situation, place, or people that cause you anxiety," says Jennifer Anders, psychologist. "Avoidance feeds the cycle of stress and increases the hormonal response that makes it worse."
Scientific research continues to link cluttered, cluttered spaces with anxiety, nervousness and depression.
Clutter creates unnecessary stimuli for your brain and increases feelings of guilt, irritation or shame as you search for your keys in the chaos of the drawer next to the door," says the psychologist .
Perhaps one of the most important changes you can make to reduce clutter and clutter at home is to replace your " consumer " mindset with that of an " experiencer ." Shift your focus from spending money and buying things to experiencing and connecting with people. Spend time in nature and talk with those you love. These experiences cost nothing, reduce stress, and enrich your life in ways that clutter never will.
At the same time, you can plan a cleaning program with small daily movements, which will help you keep your space tidy.
Perhaps the hardest habit to break. We all have an inner voice that serves as a constant commentary on our moment-to-moment experiences. When these messages are pessimistic and negative, then yes, they will contribute to anxiety.
To combat them, first, start by recognizing all the thoughts in your mind. Are they negative or positive, helpful or harmful? Try to intentionally replace these thoughts with positive affirmations.
At the same time watch the vocabulary you use, as thoughts that become words play a destructive role in our psychology.