How Toxic Relationships Affect Your Mental and Physical Health

How Toxic Relationships Affect Your Mental and Physical Healthental and Physical Health

How Toxic Relationships Have a Bad Influence on Your Mental and Physical Health

Sometimes people can be mean and make us feel bad. That is not good for your body and mind. This can make your body hurt more and make you feel sad or upset. Even if you eat healthy and exercise, it is not enough. You must have good relationships with people in your life. Bad people can make us feel sick. Thus toxic relationships affect your mental and physical health.

If something is bothering you, it can influence your body and mind. This can happen in romantic relationships and with friends and family. So, it’s essential to be kind and treat others well, and to surround yourself with people who make us feel good.

What type of relationships do hurt you?

Have you ever heard of the word “toxic”? It’s used to describe relationships that can make you feel bad. These kinds of relationships can hurt not only your feelings, but also your body. Toxic relationships can make you feel less good about yourself. They can make you feel like you are not good enough, sad, and helpless, or you can’t do anything right. And they can also make your body hurt more than usual.

It does not matter if they talk to you in a bad way or beat you up. Both are very toxic and harmful relationships.

How can we define a toxic relationship?

Sometimes, we are in a relationship with someone that is not good for us. We call this a “toxic” relationship. It can be hard to recognize that a relationship is toxic, but there are some common signs to look out for. One sign is that you always have to be careful around the other person, and you never know how they will react. This can make you feel like you have to tiptoe around them all the time.

Another sign is that you always feel tired and drained when you’re around them. Toxic relationships can be exhausting both mentally and physically. The other person might also not trust you, even if you haven’t done anything wrong. This can make you feel sad and frustrated. And a toxic relationship can make you feel like you’re not good enough. The other person might say mean things that make you feel bad about yourself and not good enough to be on your own. This can make it hard to leave the relationship.

It’s hard to admit that you are in a relationship that is toxic. But only then can you take steps to protect yourself and your well-being. And it’s important to remember that you are valuable. You deserve to be treated with kindness and respect.

What happens when you are in a toxic relationship?

When you’re in a bad relationship, it can make you feel stressed all the time. This can cause your body to make a hormone called cortisol. When it makes too much of it, it can make you sick in many different ways.

Stomach problems: You might have trouble digesting food. This can make you feel like throwing up or having a stomachache. This can get worse when you start eating less to accommodate this change.

Trouble sleeping: You might also have trouble sleeping. This makes you tired and can cause headaches during the day, which means you can not work well enough. Getting sick more often: Being in stress all the time can also make it harder for your body to fight off sickness. Therefore you might get sick more often or have a harder time getting better.

Heart problems: If this bad relationship lasts for a long time, you are more likely to have heart problems. So, it is vital to ensure your relationships are healthy and positive. Only then can you stay healthy and happy too!

What can you do to change the effects of a toxic relationship?

When you are in a toxic relationship, it is important to know what to do. There are some things you can do to help yourself feel better when you are in this kind of relationship. First of all, take care of your body. Eat healthy food and exercise. Even though you might not feel like it, try to eat good food and move your body for at least 30 minutes a day. This can help your body get stronger and feel less pain.

Find natural ways to soothe the pain. If you have pain, there are some things you can do that will help you feel better without medicine. Things like yoga, meditation, and heat therapy. Other natural remedies to reduce pain are taking fish oil or turmeric. Fix or leave the relationship. Deciding what to do about the relationship can be hard, but you need to think about it. If you want to fix it, you can talk to the other person and tell them what they’re doing wrong. But if you’ve tried to fix things and it’s not working, it might be time to leave the relationship. This can be very hard to do, but it is vital to take care of yourself and do what’s best for you.

Ask for help. Remember that it is okay to ask for help from people you trust, like family or friends. They can help you feel better and make good decisions about what to do.

Ending note

If someone in your life is making you feel unhappy or hurt, it can be very difficult to know what to do. But it’s important to know that you deserve to be happy and safe. You can ask someone you trust for help, like a friend, family member, or counselor. When you are feeling physical or emotional pain, I can help you. My name is Mary-Ann Lagerwey, I am an Intuitive Relationship Coach and Holistic Energy Healer. And I am here to help you. Remember, it is okay to ask for help when you need it!

Click here to book a free session with Mary-Ann Lagerwey.

Dawn Cady - Pain Coach NSW Australia

Author: Dawn Cady
Pain Transformation Coach
Certified Holistic Therapist
Founder of Alleviate Pain
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