1.7.15

#467 Shivers in my heart with Ison, Truth, Soy and Cinphul



I talked about in a few blogs back what it feels like when you loose the one that you love. The heart ache or that pain that you experience is a lot like when you can a chill from eating ice-cream. Bare with me when I say that, except the chill or what feels like you heart is about to explode lasts in you for longer than the brain freeze you get when you eat ice-cream too fast.

Heart ache can occur when two people decide either amicably to split up or could occur after heated words and one either walks out leaving the other one in tears. Your head and heart feels like a helium balloon about to burst. A family of squirrels seems to have moved into your stomach, your heart feels as if it's clamped in a vise, and though you've emptied a bottle of the natural sleep aid melatonin, you haven't caught a wink all week. No question about it: Losing your one-and-only is a bitch. But stop clutching your chest—the real pain is coming from inside your head.

If you think you hate being dumped, your brain hates it even more. The region of it that lights up when you're in physical agony also goes haywire when you suffer social rejection. Your head is signaling to your body that being dumped actually hurts.

Your new singledom isn't helping any either: When you're in love, certain areas of your gray matter are happily awash in dopamine and oxytocin, hormones that give you feelings of pleasure and contentment. During any upsetting experience, your brain pumps out cortisol, epinephrine, and other stress hormones, which, in limited quantity, help you react quickly to dangerous situations (like when a car is cutting you off on the highway). However, under long-term trauma, such as heartbreak, accumulating amounts can turn harmful. An overabundance of cortisol tells your brain to send too much blood to your muscles, causing them to tense up, ostensibly for swift action which is similar to an ice-cream brain freeze. But you're not leaping anywhere, and as a result you're plagued with swollen muscles that can lead to headaches, a stiff neck, and that awful squeezing sensation in your chest. No wonder we all feel like crap when we have a break-up.

The good news: Though you may feel emotionally trampled for a while, you can at least ease your body's pain. And we don't mean with late-night clubbing, nacho binges, and other indulgences, even though that is generally what we do and it is fun, but this can lead to more physical woes, such as rapid heartbeat and extreme fatigue, not to mention hung over lol.

The best cure to have some early nights sleep, chat openly to your friends, chat to the person that you loved to ease your consciousness if you can, and start remembering who you are and what you want in life. It is all about disassociating your old passions from the moments you spent with your ex, take it as an opportunity to try something completely new, like that drawing class or a trip somewhere new. 

For now though the best travel advice is go check out the latest additions at Uber.
Lots of exciting items available for you all, so what are you waiting for, come take a walk to our destination for today: -




Destinations: - Uber.





Dress: -  Ison - Off shoulder Dress - (Blush) - (New) @ Uber
Earings: - Luxe Sylvan Earings Silver  - (New) @ Uber
Skin: Glam Affair - Yolandi Skin (New) @ Uber
Cactus: - Superlong Potted Cactus - (New) for the Neighbourhood @ Soy
Hair: -  Truth Hair - Brownyn - Brown (New) @ Truth
Lace Curtain: - Cinphul Lace Curtain
Vine: - HPMD - Garden Vine 02
Fisherman Sack: - Zerkalo Fishermans Sack
Ice Cream: - Imeka Delicious Icecream - (rare) @ Imeka store


Pose: - La Jolie Sensuality Pose - (New) @ The Fantasy Collective





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