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How to Drive Safely in Fog

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on 7 December 2015

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Transcript of How to Drive Safely in Fog

There are 5 key benefits from maintaining a good posture
How to Drive Safely in Fog
The bad effects of sitting
Research has suggested that remaining seated for too long is bad for your health, regardless of how much exercise you do.
Studies have linked excessive sitting with being overweight and obese, type 2 diabetes, some types of cancer, and premature death.
Prolonged sitting is thought to slow the metabolism, which affects the body's ability to regulate blood sugar, blood pressure and break down body fat.
Many adults in the UK spend more than seven hours a day sitting or lying, and this typically increases with age to 10 hours or more.
This includes watching TV, using a computer, reading, doing homework, travelling by car, bus or train – behaviours referred to as sedentary – but does not include sleeping.
Experts believe there is something specific about the act of sitting or lying for too long that is bad for our health.
how to Tell Your Nervous Thoughts Are Out of Control!
When your nervousness tends to cause:
Ways to Treat Nervousness:
Driving in fog
Safety in the office
1 - be aware of local weather conditions
2 - allow more Distance between Vehicies
3 - use caution at all times
4 - use your low beams
5 - don't drift
6 - beware of critters
7- use the right edge of the road as a guide
8- ask for help
1 - facilitaes breathing
2 - increases concentration and thinking ability
3 - improve your image
4 - feel even better about yourself
5 - avoid health complications
what makes anxiety frustrating at first is that many people do not know they have it. Their nervous thoughts feel completely normal. When someone develops anxiety, they may notice that they find more and more things to inspire feelings of nervousness. Yet to them, these are genuinely anxiety-producing stimuli. Usually physical symptoms are the first sign that you have developed an anxiety disorder.
Rapid heartbeat
Severe muscle tension
Weakness
Nausea or feelings of illness

these are often a sign that your anxiety is getting worse. Furthermore, those with anxiety often have thoughts that cascade to worst case scenarios. They cannot control a nervous thought themselves, and may even have flashes of worst-case-scenario thinking that no one can talk them out of.
it's this unprompted, potentially out of control nervousness that indicates something is wrong with your coping ability. If this nervousness is paired with physical anxiety symptoms, it is an even greater indicator that you may be suffering from a very real anxiety problem.
one of the toughest questions to answer is how you can control your nervous thoughts. Numerous psychological studies have confirmed that it's impossible to force yourself not to think about something. In fact, some studies have shown that trying not to think about something may make you more likely to think about it, because you'll have to keep reminding yourself not to think about it, thus triggering the memory.
So ideally, you need to find a strategy that will control the nervousness,not necessarily eliminate it
and thankfully there are a lot of very effective options for stopping nervous thinking:
1- writing the Thoughts Out
Something that increases the frequency of nervous thoughts
2- Go Jogging
Physical tension is the hallmark of an anxiety problem
3- Mental Distractions
You can't force yourself to stop thinking a thought
4- Relaxation Exercises
There are several relaxation strategies that may be effective as well

NASESER Z.OTAIBI
OMPPD | GUPD | HWYH UNIT

NASESER Z.OTAIBI
OMPPD | GUPD | HWYH UNIT
NASESER Z.OTAIBI
OMPPD | GUPD | HWYH UNIT
NASESER Z.OTAIBI
OMPPD | GUPD | HWYH UNIT
NASESER Z.OTAIBI
OMPPD | GUPD | HWYH UNIT
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