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The Negative Impacts Of Too Much Work On Your Health

The Negative Impacts Of Too Much Work On Your Health

As individuals, we often define ourselves through our work posts, and job titles as what we do for a living becomes the primary aspect of our life.

In the past, there was a fixed boundary between our work and our homes. Humans worked in fields or places where near their homes but were not a part of their homes. Also, they could only work as long as the sun was up, but thanks to electricity, we humans could now work as long as we wished.

Nowadays, we have various gadgets which we can carry out to perform our tasks, and after putting in extra hours at work, we are also able to bring our tasks at home.

At this point in time, we are the generation that spends most of their time working to earn our living.

But all that work is put in for elevating the standard of living and improving our socio-economic conditions, so isn’t all that work good news?

We agree that working harder at work and logging in more tasks can get you promotions, and even increase your wages in the short term, but in the long way run, so much work is nothing but bad news.

This is because our human body has certain limitations as well as restrictions, and we can force ourselves to work non-stop for a while, but after a while the workload can lead to various problems, stress being the major one among them.

According to this notable survey, about 80% of people feel stressed while they are working at their jobs and 40% of them report that their jobs are the major cause of stress in their life.

When the majority of people are experiencing stress, it becomes important to know more about the after-effects of the stress on the people.

In the very same survey, it was found that the effects of stress are experienced more on people’s physical health than any other area of their life.

Some people also report that they face family issues as well as money problems due to excessive workload, but the primary concern is often health.

Let’s look at the deep impacts of job stress on a person’s physical health first.

Increased risk and worsening of heart conditions:

People who experience job stress report having extremely rapid heart rate and even their resting heart rate is very high, even when they sleep. Lots of stress also leads to chest pain and if the person is already suffering from a heart-related condition, they may even be at an increased risk of having a heart attack.


Sleeping Difficulties:

When we are working for extra hours, it often happens that the first thing that we cut down on is sleep. Due to this, our work steals away the hours that we are supposed to spend by sleeping and resting our body and our brain.

Sleep difficulties

We sleep less, and if we have excessive job stress, it is very likely that it could lead to insomnia which does not let you sleep properly.

Apart from having difficulty sleeping at night, you may feel drowsy and even fall asleep during the day while you are working or while you are reading a report.

This damages your sleep cycle as well as your body’s ability to rejuvenate and reenergize you after a deep sleep.

People who have to face such sleeping circumstances due to job stress have symptoms similar to people who have primary sleeping disorders such as narcolepsy, obstructive sleep apnea, and even the shift worker sleep disorder. But while it is possible to seek treatments such as Modalert for relieving the symptoms of these conditions, few people ask for help if their stress is keeping them up at night.


Body Aches:

You will notice that workload stress often makes headaches a common occurrence in most workplaces. In fact, headaches are considered to be so common that people hardly even consider that they could be an indication of the stress ruining their bodies, slowly, one part at a time.

Apart from headaches, another common complaint that can have its roots in workplace stress is backache. As we often sit for long hours at our computer screens or desks without any movement our backs tend to suffer, but even the stress plays a role in making our backs hurt and over necks feel stiff.

You may feel your legs, especially knees feel weak after or during a stressful workday or your whole body may ache.


Weaker Immune System:

Stress tends to have an impact on almost all parts of your body and you will find that because of continuous job stress, people fall sick more often than usual.

People with a weaker immune system are much more likely to catch viruses and bacteria and suffer from infections easily.


Various Problem with Digestion:

One of the most common effects of stress on digestion and stomach is inflammation, you may observe that you may suffer from acidity more often if you have been stressed for a while.

You may even have episodes where you may not feel hungry at all and in other types you may binge eat items that are unhealthy for you.


Lack of Energy and Physical Weakness

Weaker immune system

This is one of the most common symptoms of stress and people often write it off as tiredness, but if you are feeling weak and low on energy for a while, it could be the effects of stress on your body.

You can easily tell that stress has cut down your body’s ability to rejuvenate, recharge, and heal your body and you may feel weak and tired even after you have slept well and eaten nourishing foods.

These are some of the effects of stress on your body and if you have been experiencing these symptoms after stressful days at work, you may want to look into ways to manage job stress better. There are certain cases where you may even need medical treatment for these symptoms.

But apart from your physical health, stress also has severe consequences for your mental health. And most people will easily identify and acknowledge the physical effects of stress on their bodies, but the mental effects are ignored.


Let’s inform ourselves of the mental effects of the stress that comes with the excessive workload at the workplace.


Difficulty in winding down and Relaxing:

When there is too much stress at work, you may not be able to relax well even if you want to rest and rejuvenate.

This is the reason that people are unable to relax and rejuvenate themselves easily after a long time of being under stress. You must have seen people take a week off after a few months of regular work to rest, but even if they rest for the entire week, it is very likely that they won’t be able to relax well or sleep as deep as you may want to.


Forgetfulness or Memory Fog:

You may have noticed that it is easy to forget your lunch box at home if you are constantly stressed about the projects that you have to do at your office. You may forget tiny details regarding your work such as sending a form or filing something up before the deadline is over.

Stress can actually kill your brain cells and decrease your ability to retain information and use them in your life. Such people have higher chances of developing Alzheimer’s diseases unless proper treatment is not sought, and there are medications such as Modalert which can help in clearing the brain fog and increase the brain’s capacity to collect and retain information, but it must be coupled with proper stress management.


Irritability and Increased Anger:

workplace anger

Stress can actually manifest itself in the form of anger and this kind of stress may not be easily visible at work, because most people tend to control their emotions around their superiors at work. But the family members may become the victim of the irritability and anger that springs from the stress that is a product of your job or your business. Many unreported cases of physical abuse of spouses and children is a result of unmanaged and excessive job stress.

And about 25% of the people who participated in this study said that they feel that they need to shout or scream just to let out the pent-up stress that has become a part of their work life.

It is even shocking that about 18% of these people have received verbal threats of physical abuse or been subjected to verbal abuse by some superior having a hard time dealing with workload and the stress that comes with such high-ranking positions.

These are some of the effects of stress on a person’s mental health and it does not stop there, people who suffer from depression or anxiety may develop worse systems if they are under extreme job pressure.

Now that we have discussed a few physical and mental effects of job stress, you may be able to identify if your job is stressing you so bad that you are causing long term damage to your body and brain.

Now, to some people, these effects on their health are seen as badges of honor, a matter to boast about as how hard they work or how dedicated they are. But these consequences of stress on your body and mind further have effects on your work and your productivity.


Let’s look at ways stress can bring down the graph of your career in the long way run.


Excessive Job Stress Can Prompt Procrastination

About 12% of people call in sick on days when they feel overwhelmed by stress, and now we recognize that our mental health is equally important as our physical health but we never hear people take days off to take care of their mental health.

And people may also avoid working on certain tasks which makes them anxious increasing their workload which only adds to the stress flow. Stress may also lead to poor quality of work and if you work with machines or produce goods, you may even ruin raw materials. Thus, excessive job stress is bad news for your long-term effectiveness and productivity at work.


Stress Tends to Slow Down Your Brain’s Thinking Capacity and Curb your creativity

If you have been stressed for a long time, you will start having trouble recalling things in your mind and it can have an impact on your long and short-term memory. Coming up with solutions and critical thinking in moments of crisis will be almost impossible. Many studies and researches have shown proof that stress destroys the grey matter of the cerebellum of the brain which is crucial for healthy thinking and quick decision making.

If you work in sectors that require you do quick analytics and quick decision making, stress could cause you to make grave miscalculations and make impulsive decisions.


Reduce Concentration Span and Enthusiasm for Work

Any work, physical or mental, requires a certain amount of focus and enthusiasm which allows the person to zero in on the task at hand and complete it as it is required.

But if stress is reigning over your mental health, you will have difficulty in focusing on the tasks at hand and you will get easily distracted, annoyed, or disturbed by almost anything ranging from loud noises to your co-workers having a pleasant chat in the next cubicle.

You may even be tempted to procrastinate by checking out social media or even taking undue bathroom or coffee breaks.

And it does take the fun out of doing your job, and about 87% of people who work in fields that they have a passion for a report that they lose enthusiasm for their work due to excessive stress and even cause them to doubt their decisions about their career.

Unless the effects of stress caused due to jobs are not recognized and their symptoms are not identified, people will tend to brush off work stress.

Companies should have a department that keeps a tap on people’s workloads and has regular compulsory sessions where the employees can talk about the extent of their workload and the stress associated so that the stress does not lead to burnout.

Having a stress management plan and even adding relaxing zones in the office infrastructures will go long way in improving the potential of your employees as well as the performance of your organization.

Individuals too have to prioritize their health above all and have open conversations with their superiors regarding the work expectations and your capacity to fulfil them.

Signing up for more than you can chew and then burning candles at both ends will be like lighting a fire to your health, which burns your body and brain slowly and even makes your career fall apart in the long way run.



Our work-life has become the most demanding aspect of our life. Due to the various gadgets that we keep with us, we are constantly accessible, always available, and ready to contribute to work in any way that we can.

Due to this is an increasing number of cases of employee burnouts in most workplaces which not only has an impact on your health but also your work productivity.

Let’s explore work stress, and its impacts on your life in further detail and ways to prevent the risk of burnouts.

If the stress is left unchecked, it can lead to employee burnout, which is also referred to as job burnout. When the employees experience burnout, they are unable to perform well at work and even skip work even if they are working at their dream job.

Burnouts caused due to excessive stress and overpowering workload can create a sense of being in a rut cycle of workload that just keeps on running without any break. Such work-life can prove to the source of hopelessness and despair and even push a few people to suffer from depression if the early signs are left unchecked.


If stress is managed regularly and a person has regular time off to recharge and rest, then employee burnouts in such working places are rare.


Employee Burnout

But astonishingly, according to a reliable study about 77% of employees have suffered from employee burnout more than once at their current workplace.

If about 3/4 of people are suffering from job burnout in most places, then something must be done before it becomes such an aggravating problem that productivity, as well as the health of these employees, deteriorate beyond help.


Identifying the Signs of Excessive Stress Early On

We all have work pressure and the motivation and drive to put our best in our work so that we get ahead in life. Today almost every child, as well as every adult, has some kind of stress upon them.

In fact, a little stress or pressure is said to be conducive to our personal as well as professional growth.

But there are various signs that can signal that the stress is becoming a problem and needs to be managed effectively.

Some signs of stress are:

  • Tiredness
  • General disinterest in most things
  • Loss of appetite
  • Binge Eating
  • Insomnia
  • Excessive Daytime sleepiness
  • Irritability
  • Headache
  • Weight Loss
  • Weight Gain
  • Body ache
  • Brain Fog

These symptoms can be a sign of other conditions as well, but if you find no obvious cause apart from stress then stress may be the reason behind these symptoms. Also, your stress may be making your existing condition worse by aggravating its symptoms.


How to Differentiate Between Good and Bad Stress?

Just like the two sides of a coin, there are two sides to stress too, one good and the other bad.

In the past, when humans lived in caves and had to struggle to keep themselves alive every day, stress was a good thing.

Let’s say that an ancient man sees a large dangerous animal ahead that could kill him immediately. In such situations, our bodies would realize cortisol in the system which gives the famous “flight or fight” mechanism. We are stressed and terrified for our life and we can choose either to avoid fighting or fight. This stress backs them keeps us alive.

Even now stress can come in useful in small doses, let’s say a person is stressed that he would get low marks, it motivates him or her to study more and get good grades. It prevents us from various big and small accidents. The stress that comes in small doses and infrequently is a good type of stress if it motivates you to perform well in school or at work.

But when the stress arrives in excess, it becomes a bad thing for our minds as well as our bodies.

When we are constantly stressed, our bodies produce an excess of cortisol and after a while, it is unable to determine the intensity of the threat ahead of us. Due to this, getting late for work induces as much stress as we may experience from getting mugged or being attacked.


How to Deal with Bad Stress Without Adding to it?

If you have been living a stressful life for many months or even years, then it will not be easy for your body or your mind to put a label on your stress and deal with it accordingly.

It will take some time as well as multiple efforts to train your mind to identify between bigger and smaller threats. You will also have to employ various techniques for preventing good stress to compound into bad and destructive stress.


Be Realistic and Adjust Your Expectations Regarding Your Work-Life Balance

As much as we would like to live a four-hour workweek or hope to have 3 days off every week and a long vacation every 3 months, for most of us, such a lifestyle is not feasible.

Also taking time off work may help in the short term, but if you want some long-term and effective results, then you will have to take a more practical approach to deal with stress.

First of all, you have to admit that there are a few things that you can control and change, such as the food you eat, or the number of hours you sleep. But you cannot control certain things such as the weather or traffic or even your boss’s mood.

The number one way to reduce stress is to train your brain to let go of things that you have no control over. No matter how early you start from home, if you meet a lot of traffic on the way, you will be late. During this time, instead of panicking or stressing up, just reaffirm that the traffic is not under your control so you don’t have to worry about it.

Reprogram your brain to take pressure and stress about the things that you can do something about and let go of the rest.

This will allow your brain to create healthy patterns and eliminate undue stress from your life.

Some Practical Tips to Deal with Stress Successfully:

There are certain things that you can do to reduce, relieve, and eliminate work-life stress, experiment with them, and choose the tips that best work for you.


Eliminate the Physical Cues or Symptoms That Can lead to Stress 

There are various things that can cause stress in your life day in day and out, and some proactive action on your part can make you’re work-life much more productive and effective.


1 Get Adequate Rest and Sleep When You are at Home

Many of us have become so accustomed to bringing our work home, and during the current times, a portion of us is working from the safety of our home. Due to this, our homes have become a branch of our offices instead of becoming a sanctuary to rejuvenate your body and recharge your mind.

No matter how good or how effective we are, we need the energy to focus on the tasks at work.

We are able to achieve much more when we are full of energy and vitality.

If you haven’t slept well, you might feel drowsy and sleepy throughout the day, making you ineffective in your job. Sleeping well also revitalizes the brain and increases your concentration power as well as your productivity.

If you are having trouble with daytime sleepiness, you may want to look for treatments like Modalert which are Modafinil tablets that keep you awake, alert, and focused for a long duration of time.

Many people who work in shifts such as rotating shifts, or graveyard shifts, or run businesses that require them to be present for long hours also make use of Modalert for expanding their concentration span and boosting their productivity.


2 Cut Down Distractions That Keep You from Getting Things Done During your Work Day

Many a time we have to take our work home because we are not able to complete our tasks during office hours. This could be due to a variety of reasons, and one of the reasons could be distractions.


How to Cut Down Distractions and Be More Productive at Work?

1 Say No to non-work-related Activities

There are a variety of things that we can distract us, some gossip at work, long coffee breaks, excessive research on things that are not essential for your immediate tasks as well as social media accounts.

Say no to non work related activity

This will give you more time to get things done at work so that your effectiveness goes up and your work-stress will go down along with your workload.


2 Prioritise Your Tasks with Attainable Schedules

There are a variety of tasks on your work list and you have to do them, but not all things can be achieved in one day or even one week.

If your workdays are not structured, you will be struggling and stressed within no time.

Have realistic expectations of what you can do in a day and plan your work-list accordingly.

There is no need to burn the candles at both ends and complete tasks, doing so may get the tasks done but the quality of your work, as well as your health, may get worse.

Speak to your team manager or your boss if you think that you have been handed way more work than your current capacity. Let them know that you cannot give your best if you are handed out too many tasks that are to be completed within a short timeline.


3 Have Clean Clutter Free Work Desks or Organised Files on your Computers

Clutter can lead to unnecessary delays in work and a high increase in your stress levels, which you can eliminate or at least reduce if you put some effort into tidying your workspace.

The benefits will be that you will find everything on time, and you are less likely to forget about a file if it is lying on the top of your desk instead of being tucked in at the back of some drawer.

Use Humour & Laughter to Relive Workplace Stress and Tension

humor and laughter

Laugher, a positive outlook, and some well-meant humor have the power to defuse the most intense and stressful movements if it is employed well and at the right time.

We are not suggesting that you start laughing out loud when your boss is asking you about an important task. But let’s say you misplaced a file and had to clean your entire desk to find it, instead of crushing your luck, you can say, about time I clean my desk or what a wonderful opportunity to clean my desk.

Putting a positive and humorous spin on generally stressful situations does not come easy to most people, not everyone can be Chandler Bing. But with practice, we may learn to laugh at our mistakes and redo things without complaints.


Build a Support System and Co-operating Team with Your Colleagues

No man can achieve much alone, so if you can try to build a healthy relationship with your co-workers. Talk to them when you can and discuss with them if you are spending more time at work than home, it makes sense to put some effort into getting to know the people you spend so much time with.

When you are on good terms with your co-workers, it becomes easier and more comfortable to be more productive at work. Most people will be willing to help you out when you are in a tight spot or even offer to share your workload.

Now, you don’t have to take them on elaborate lunches or give fancy gifts or such sort of thing. You can start with polite greetings, general discussions, or even a small smile.

Having people to rely on at work will ensure that you can be more productive and avoid unnecessary conflicts that can occur when we feel isolated if we shut ourselves to our own space at work.


Look Out of Your Friends and Co-Workers to Reduce Their Stress

Building a support system ensures that you will be able to rely upon your co-workers in your time of need, similarly, they too can ask you for your help.

If someone asks you for help, try to do your bit in making their workday easier. If you see any of your co-workers’ struggling, then you can offer to assist them in any way you can or bring them a cup of coffee if they are skipping lunch to finish their work.

If you are a team manager, ensure that all your teammates are doing well and are not under excessive work pressure.

Most companies ensure that their employees do not suffer from any negative consequences due to work pressure and offer assistance. You can talk to someone in your human resources department to find more about the options available for reducing workplace stress.

Helping your co-workers will not only make you popular with them but will also build a good rapport and cooperation skills in your team.

Also, there is a wonderful peaceful feeling that comes from helping others that will also have a positive effect on your well-being.



The root cause of employee can be traced back to stress at work and we have already discussed the impacts of stress as well as practical steps to reduce or relieve it.

But when it comes to employee burnout, a more specific approach is needed which first requires us to find out the major stress point that has caused the employee burnout.

Among all the employees who suffer from employee burnout, about 30% of them report that it is due to a lack of appreciation, and support from their employers according to this survey conducted about employee burnouts.

If you are an employer or working closely in enhancing the potential of the human resources of your organization or even a team leader, you may want to check if the work environment you offer provides enough support and recognition to the employees.

Assigning perks for work well done, or even verbal appreciation goes a long way to make an employee feel like a valued part of the organization.

What is Parkinson’s? A Complete Guide

What is Parkinson’s? A Complete Guide

Do you know someone who has Parkinson’s? Or is that you who have it? You may have seen some signs of it or your healthcare provider might have diagnosed you with the same. Whatever the reason behind it, we’re here to have some deep insights regarding Parkinson’s disease. 

Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a progressive nervous system disorder that affects movement. It is a neurodegenerative disorder affecting predominately dopamine-producing neurons in the part of the brain called substantia nigra.

The more you understand the disease, the less you’ll believe in myths. You can still spend a good life & enjoy ‘quality’ time with PD. The first thing you should do is to keep in touch with your doctor & follow the recommended therapies for treating the symptoms successfully.

Most PD patients are prescribed dopaminergic medicines to balance the lowered dopamine levels in the brain that occurred because of the neuron impairment in the brain. We can say that motor & non-motor symptoms are still ongoing research.

Let’s have a look at every detail you would like to know about Parkinson’s.


How do you get Parkinson’s disease?


PD occurs when the nerve cells or neurons in the substantia nigra become impaired or dead. If you’re asking about the cause of Parkinson’s, we would rather say ‘unknown’. You should also know that having Parkinson’s isn’t fatal, but the complications of the disease may be very serious.

Do you know? Parkinson’s ranks as 14th the cause of death in the US.


5 Stages of Parkinson’s

Parkinson affects people with different intensity & order. However, we’ve figured out some common progression patterns & have categorized them into the following stages.

Stage One: In this initial stage of PD, most people don’t feel like they’re suffering from it because they don’t see any interference in daily activities. They may experience tremors and other movement symptoms occurring only on one side of the body. However, they may notice some minor changes in posture, walking, and facial expressions too.

Stage Two: Here, the symptoms start getting worse. Tremor, rigidity and other movement symptoms are seen affecting both sides of the body. They may have walking problems & poor posture. Daily tasks get difficult & lengthy to accomplish.

Stage Three: The third stage of PD is considered as mid-stage were losing balance & slowness of movements are experienced more frequently. Also, falls become common visitors. No matter these symptoms show up, but the individual is still independent. But, minor impairments are witnessed in eating, dressing, etc.

Stage Four: Symptoms are falling severe & limiting after reaching this stage. Standing without help is still possible, but they’ll need help to walk or perform any movements. Day to day living gets difficult & it seems impossible to live alone.

Stage Five: Lastly, this stage appears to be the most advanced & deliberating one. Standing & walking both seem difficult due to the stiffness in the legs. It’s better if they take the help of a wheelchair or stay bedridden most of the time. It is essential to have someone to look after them round the clock. Hallucinations and delusions become common. And non-motor and motor symptoms appear more frequently.


What are the symptoms of Parkinson’s?

Parkinson’s symptom doesn’t develop overnight but over the years. Also, the progression of symptoms varies from person to person with a few signs in common:

  • Tremor
  • The rigidity of Limbs or Stiffness
  • Balancing Troubles
  • Bradykinesia

These are just to be mentioned as a few. Tremor, stiffness, and slowdown of movement are accompanied by sleeplessness, memory troubles, and mental health issues too. Let us take you through details on the early symptoms of Parkinson’s.


10 Early Parkinson’s Symptoms

  • Sleeping Disorder

    Facing difficulty in sleeping at night? It may be Parkinson’s early sign. You may feel insomniac due to several reasons that disrupt your sleep. Restless leg syndrome, tremor, stiffness, and pain may be triggering this condition. Tiredness & drowsiness may also become a daily matter.

  • Smell sensibility loss

It may make you feel like you have lost the sense of smell sensibility. You no longer possess a strong smell sensibility & it seems like your smelling power is disappearing. For instance, you may find yourself struggling to smell your favourite food too. This may seem to be happening with you before any other symptoms.

  • Small Handwriting

Parkinson’s directly affects the brain & this makes movements smaller & less forceful. You may thus see changes in handwriting that keep getting smaller with time. It may get small gradually over time.

  • Indigestion & Bladder Problems

Bladder or bowel movement problems also become common in Parkinson’s. You cannot hold on to peeing & want to use the toilet immediately. Also, you may have to visit the washroom more frequently during the night. In a nutshell, you lose control over the urinary tract.

  • Depression

Depression knocks in when you’re consistently feeling extreme sadness or a sense of loneliness & emptiness kill you from within. Also, these feelings are not temporary. Sadness, unhappiness, and frustration become your long-term companions.

Many people suffering from Parkinson’s see depression earlier for months before being diagnosed with the disease. It is also a sign of ‘non-motor fluctuations’ that increase or drop based on the timings you consume medicine.

  • Anxiety

Just like depression, anxiety is a common visitor among Parkinson’s patients. Uneasiness like worries & fear keeps showing up in between. This happens more during the early stage of Parkinson’s. When this becomes a daily issue, it leads to anxiety in long run.

How to know if you’re having anxiety in Parkinson’s? You may have any of such symptoms as consistent worries, difficulty in focusing, pounding, sweating, increased heartbeat, breathlessness, trembling, dizziness, etc.

  • Tiredness/Fatigue

Fatigue never seems to leave you, no matter how hard you try to get rid of it by resting, sleeping, or doing activities that keep you relaxed. It sticks to the people suffering from Parkinson’s like a soul to the body.

It may let you feel good & energetic for a day & you’re again tired & restless the following day. In case if you’re working, you’re exhausted with work the whole day & you feel like doing nothing in the evening.

You may wonder what causes this level of fatigue. The answer is ‘chemical changes in the brain’. Besides this, it may be a result of tremors, muscular rigidity, or stressful feelings running all day long.

Physical fatigue & mental fatigue both affect you & it gets very difficult to focus on anything for a long time.

  • Tremor

Tremor is nothing but an uncontrollable movement affecting a part of your body. When concerned with Parkinson’s, a tremor starts in the hand & later spreads to the rest of the arm & the leg on the same side of the body. After affecting one side of the body, it similarly affects the other side.

Let us tell you tremor is nearly impossible to cure, but it is still possible to calm the symptoms by consulting a Parkinson’s specialist.

  • The slowdown of Movements/Bradykinesia

One of the most common symptoms of Parkinson’s, Bradykinesia or slower movements simply means that people having this disease will likely perform movements at a slower pace. For instance, it is tough to coordinate doing routine activities like walking. You walk comparatively slower & uncoordinated than a normal person. Similarly, receiving change at the counter or working on your laptop may get time-consuming too.

  • Stiffness

Stiffing of muscles, cramps & rigidity seems like a daily deal when it comes to Parkinson’s. This hinders routine activities that are normal for other people like wearing a tie, writing, housekeeping, etc. Stretching & relaxing is halted due to muscular-rigidity. People can notice this happening to you when you find difficulty in turning over or making basic movements. It even gets hard for you to get in & out of your bed.

Apart from these symptoms, you may see yourself undergoing emotional changes, frequent constipation, have swallowing problems, chewing & eating problems, etc too. Moreover, sexual dysfunction may also affect some.


Can we cure Parkinson’s?

Currently, there is no specific cure available for Parkinson’s disease. However, some treatments are available for helping people to relieve the symptoms and maintain the quality of life. We’re sharing some medicine-free ways to help feel relief from Parkinson’s. Have a look.


6 Effective Alternatives to Medicines for feeling better with Parkinson’s


Enhancing the quality of life by preserving physical health & well-being is a great initiative & probably an effective alternative to medicines. It may take the least efforts to exercise regularly, eating healthy, staying hydrated, and getting ample sleep. Are we expecting too much from this life at the cost of our health?

You realize the value of little things in Parkinson’s. Some non-traditional therapies seem to gain footage & here are they you should consider seeing what’s working for you:

  • Nutritional Supplements

Antioxidant coenzymes like Q10, also referred to as Co-Q10 may improve Parkinson’s disease. No matter what you see on the internet as an ‘effective’ treatment, you should only consider consuming the ones that your doctor signals green according to your health conditions. Once you start taking supplements under their guidance, make sure you take them as prescribed. Stopping to use them based on self-assumptions may not give expected results.

Food or supplements rich in calcium & having high protein content may help in Parkinson’s.

  • Practice Tai Chi

Tai Chi is an exercise that promotes balance & coordination and this tends to provide relief among patients with Parkinson’s. A study conducted in 2012 revealed that resistance training, stretching & Tai Chi offers measurable improvements in balance & stability in people with moderate Parkinson’s effects.

  • Yoga

When flexibility & balance is considered, how can we forget to mention yoga? Movement disorders are common in Parkinson’s & there are many alternative positions in Yoga for increasing mobility, balance, flexibility, and strength. Also, Yoga uplifts your mood & helps you get better sleep. This means that you get relief from anxiety & insomnia together.

  • Try Massage Therapies

Though not researched more, it is still believed that certain types of massages may help in relieving side effects of Parkinson’s disease, mainly Tremor. This relief may be temporary but is still a relief. Muscular rigidity can also be minimized with the help of a 60-minute massage session.

  • Do Movement Therapies

Balancing is greatly affected by Parkinson’s, leading to a gradual deterioration of motor skills. Some movement therapies are helping in the counterpart of these effects. Mobility is retained for people suffering from Parkinson’s with The Alexander Technique. Another therapy well-known for Parkinson’s is the Feldenkrais Method that aims for retraining your body for performing difficult movements.

Dancing & strength training also aid in alleviating these symptoms. So, if you’re planning to try any of such new exercises, consult your doctor & see his guidance regarding the same.

  • Acupuncture

A staple of traditional Chinese medicines, acupuncture aims at stimulating points along the body’s meridians or energy pathways. It alleviates pain & so it is a recognized therapy, not just for Parkinson’s, but for many other bodily issues. Fatigue & sleeplessness can also be cured with Acupuncture.


What are the Risk factors of Parkinson’s?

Some major influencing risk factors of Parkinson’s are as follows:

  • Age: Parkinson’s affects young adults less likely. It commonly shows up in the middle or late life and the risk rises with the age. People usually experience it in their 60s or older age.
  • Heredity: If any of your close relatives are suffering from Parkinson’s, the possibility of it affecting you increases. The risk factor is still smaller until many of your relatives have Parkinson’s disease.
  • Sex: You see fewer women suffering from Parkinson’s than men.
  • Toxin Exposure: Your exposure to herbicides & pesticides elevates your risk of Parkinson’s disease.


Wrapping it up

As you’ve seen that the exact cause of Parkinson’s is unknown, it’s hard to find some obvious ways for preventing this disease. We’ve still shown some recognized ways to find relief in Parkinson’s disease. Whenever you feel any of Parkinson’s symptoms, make sure you reach out to your doctor as soon as possible to find an effective relief solution.

Modalert: The Productivity-Boosting Pill Every Late Night Worker Needs

Modalert: The Productivity-Boosting Pill Every Late Night Worker Needs

We live in a magical world now which is constantly on the move. The invention of electric bulbs in the past and the growth of the internet in the present has blurred the difference between night and day and liberated us from the boundaries of geographical locations.

The technological enhancements, constantly awake cities, demanding lifestyles and insatiable ambition have given rise to a host of people who are engaging themselves in night shift jobs and working routine.

But as science would have it, we humans weren’t meant to stay awake at night. We were to sleep with the sun, just like most animals do on this planet.

Being a rebel has its benefits, but these night-time working lifestyles do come with few challenges of its own.

People working during the night suffer from some major consequences for their physical, mental as well as emotional health.

Read on to read more about the negative effects that our bodies experience due to night shifts or working at night:
  • When people work at night, they are not as alert as people who work primarily during the day. This is because the human circadian rhythm produces melatonin which influences our body to feel drowsy and sleepy.
  • People who work at night or during the night shifts have been reported to be much less productive than people who work during the daylight hours.
  • Working for the night shifts weakens your decision-making skills and also makes your average reaction time slower which makes you more exposed to the risks of accidents and poor choices.
  • People working at night often feel drowsy and lethargy at work. They often fall asleep and fall back on their workload.
  • It is difficult for people who work at night to get an adequate amount of sleep during the day no matter how hard they try because it is difficult for the human body to fall asleep during the day and even they fall asleep, they don’t get an adequate amount of sleep.
  • Late-night works also make people more grumpy, and angry and more prone to negative emotions due to their sleep-deprived phase.

Needless to say, working at night creates havoc on your social life as well as emotional well-being apart from bringing down your productivity.

But we cannot ignore the fact that working for the night shifts regularly has become inevitable for us.

About 15% – 20% of people in the United States earn their primary wages from night shifts. Also, many professions like police, firefighters, medical professionals, people working in the entertainment industry, food preparation and serving, transportation and many others require people to work on rotating shifts, most of which are not even scheduled.

In the coming future, we humans will require to put in more and more night hours for working and the growth of careers and we cannot do without doing something about the problems that come with late-night shift work.

Improving the quality of your sleep and practicing proper sleep hygiene and allowing your body to get enough rest before your shifts is one of the easiest things to do. But due to our demanding lifestyles which are plastered with lots of lights and notifications during the day, it makes getting enough sleep regularly an impractical idea.

This is where the wonders of the modern science step into your aid. Now people suffering from excessive sleep which they suffer from due to the Shift work disaster are able to use Modafinil to their benefit.

Let’s explore, Modalert, a brand of Modafinil which can instantly improve the overall quality of your life.


Brain PowerModalert: Boost your Brain Power with Modafinil

Modalert, a popular brand of Modafinil is a generic version of the branded medication Provigil. It is a prescribed drug primarily used to treat excessive sleep disorders in patients across the world. It has gained popularity in recent years as a cognitive enhancer and mood enhancer.

Modafinil is assumed to be the Limitless Brain pill and is used by people of various professions to boost their productivity and enhance their careers while maintaining a proper work-life balance.


How does Modalert Help Feel who work during the Night Shifts?

Modalert Promotes Wakefulness

This drug is primarily prescribed to promote wakefulness. This drug hacks your body and restricts the secretion of melatonin and thus makes you feel alert, awake and focused.

Modalert Strengthens your Decision Making Skills

Modafinil present in the these pills are known for their nootropic properties and they have been reported to boost your brainpower and enhance your brain’s cognitive function and allows you to make better decisions and boost your problem-solving skills.

Modalert Increases your Concentration Span

Modalert pills are known for expanding the concentration span. Due to this, you are less susceptible to get distracted while you work. It gives you the ability to zero in the task at your hand with razor-sharp focus with little to no effort of exercising your will-power.

Modalert Enhances your Productivity

As the consumption of Modalert keeps you awake and alert for a long duration of time which increases your productive hours, apart from that, your working speed also goes up which almost doubles the amount of work which you can get done almost doubles. Less distraction, improved speed, and expanded concentration with Modalert are what levels up your productivity at work.

Modalert Improves your Mood

People who take these tablets experience an increase in the dopamine levels of your body which brightens your mood and makes you more receptive to positive emotions and experiences thus making a positive impact in your social life as well as emotional health. It has gained cult-following in its off-label use an anti-depression medication and people having reported having enjoyed a satisfactory and positive impact on their condition and greatly added to their quality of emotional well-being.

Thus, Modalert (Modafinil) completely transforms the way you approach your late-night shifts and your work which you typically do it at night. These tablet frees you from the limits of underachievement and opens a new door of ambition for you which you can conquer in spite of having unconventional work hours and schedules. The future belongs to the dreamers, the movers and the late night and early morning hustlers!

Modvigil v/s Modalert: What makes you Smarter & Sharper?

Modvigil v/s Modalert: What makes you Smarter & Sharper?

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Modafinil was initially developed by Michel Jouvet (neurophysiologist) and Lafon laboratories in France in the late 1970s.

In the initial stages, it was offered as a treatment for narcolepsy, a sleep disorder characterized by excessive day time sleepiness, in which a person suddenly falls asleep while driving, eating, or other daily life activities.

Modafinil was approved by the FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) for the treatment of narcolepsy in the year 1998, as the years progressed, it was further approved to be prescribed as a treatment for sleep work disorders such as Shift work sleep disorder and obstructive sleep apnea or hypopnea in the year 2003.

It was sold under the brand name Provigil for many years and then generic versions of the drug were made available in the year 2012.

Modvigil as well as Modalert are generic versions of the Provigil (Modafinil) which are available in the market. Modvigil is manufactured by Hab Pharmaceuticals, an Indian pharmaceutical company. Modalert is manufactured by Sun Pharmaceuticals, another Indian pharmaceutical company.

Both Modalert and Modvigil are the generic versions of the nootropic and wakefulness-promoting drug Modafinil. But many people report having different effects from these two generic versions of the same drug.

This has given rise to an ongoing debate: Modvigil v/s Modalert: Which is the Smarter Choice?

Let’s compare these two generic brands of Modafinil, and find out the major differences between Modvigil and Modalert and see which one works best for your needs.


If we are looking at the generic brands of the Modafinil, it is because the price is one of the many determining factors for us.

Therefore, we will compare the price of both Modalert and Modvigil. (Check out the prices of Modvigil and Modalert we offer)

If we look at the prices of these two medications, Modvigil is much cheaper than Modalert inspite of the fact that they both contain Modafinil.

On average Modafinil costs up to $0.82 per tablet while Modvigil costs up to $0.69, therefore if you want a cost-effective brand of Modafinil, the obvious pick will be Modvigil.


Modalert is said to be the closest to the brand product Provigil. People say that they experience higher levels of dopamine after the use of Modalert when compared to Modvigil.

  • Modalert sharpens the focus and increases the concentration span amazingly, it also enhances your cognitive functioning.
  • It not only keeps you awake, but it also improves your mood and makes you more focused and alert.

Modvigil (as per some people) is not as strong as Modalert. If you are relatively new to these kinds of medications, it is best if you start with something low power as Modvigil. It is said to be best for people who are suffering from tiredness, narcolepsy or shift works.

It is also important to know that, given that their active agent is the same, the effectiveness of both these drugs depends on the users’ personal preferences more than anything.

Half Life

  • The major difference between these two medications is the time for which a single dosage of the drug stays effective for you.
  • If you consume a tablet of Modalert 200 mg, it will keep you active and awake for up to 12 to 14 hours.
  • If you consume a tablet of Modvigil 200 mg, it will keep you active and awake for up to 9 to 12 hours.
  • Modalert’s onset time is about 1 hour after you consume the tablet while Modvigil takes about two hours.

Thus, if you want to stay awake and active for longer than 12 hours then you should go with Modalert. But if you want to get the wakefulness burst for shorter hours then choose the other one.

Modafinil: Is it the Closest Thing to The “Limitless Pill”?

Modafinil: Is it the Closest Thing to The “Limitless Pill”?

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Why is Modafinil Known as the Limitless Pill?      

We have all watched and loved the movie Limitless. We always get swept off over feet with a good rags-to-riches story. Limitless offers us thrilling entertainment. More importantly, it offers us hope, that yes, there’s a shortcut to success. A pill to complete all our dreams and make it big and bright in the world.

This movie gave us imagination a new edge, and we started frantically looking for the secret ingredient that could change your life forever. We all wanted to get over hands on the Limitless Pill NZT-48.

The relentless searches did yield some amazing results and we now have the closest thing to the limitless pill within our grasps.

And Voila! You have Got Modafinil!

Modafinil is a prescription drug that is offered to the people as a treatment for excessive drowsiness and sleepiness in people suffering from narcolepsy, shift work sleep disorder or Obstructive Sleep Apnea. (OSA)

Modafinil is gaining a lot of fan following for its off-label uses. Modafinil is regularly being cited as the real-life limitless brain pill albeit, minus the nerve-wracking side-effects.

Modafinil is popular among the people who have to put in long hours every day to various tasks that require focus and attention. Due to its wakefulness-promoting facilities, this wonder drug has become a massive favourite with students, drivers, actors, surgeons and many other people who have longer workdays.

What are the Benefits of Using the Smart Limitless Pill “Modafinil”?

Modafinil promotes wakefulness, in short, it gives you extra hours in the day to work on the various demanding responsibilities that you have to fulfill in your life.

It does not keep you awake like a zombie where your brain is dead. It does not even give you a major high and then gives you an energy crash, like other stimulants. Modafinil keeps your brain as well as your body fully awake and alert. You can focus for long hours without being a slave to worldly distractions. One tablet of Modafinil and you have extended hours of energized and interrupted working hours.

The medicine belongs to a class of Nootropics drugs, they enhance the brain’s cognitive functions. While you use this drug, your brain is able to make better analytical decisions. It strengthens your decision making and problem-solving skills to a great degree.

This medicine also opens up your mind to retain more information. It has positive impacts on your memory which is why students find it very beneficial for their studies and they have fondly dubbed this drug as a study drug.

But, that’s not all, Modafinil Comes with no major Side-effects of Severe Consequences!

As much as we wanted to use the limitless pill to get control of our life, we were deterred by the consequences (Side-effects) of the drugs. We didn’t want to suffer from frightening anxiety or have chunks of over memory removed from our brain which made us forget if we murdered someone, did we?

But we would like to assure you that Modafinil is different from the limitless drug in this aspect. Very few people have reported any major side-effects after the use of this wonder drug.

There are also extremely low chances of developing an addiction to this medicine. You can enjoy the benefits that you wanted without jeopardizes your health in the long way run by using Modafinil.


Where to Buy the Limitless Smart Pill Modafinil?

Your medical health advisor or doctor will be able to offer you these prescription medicines for your use. You can also look for them in your local pharmacies and check if they offer them as an over the counter medication.


If you want a more convenient means of buying Modafinil for your use, you can order Modalert Modafinil from


We offer you Modafinil at the best rates you can find on the interest, with assured delivery and free shipping. We have repeat customers from all over the world who use Modafinil delivered by us for achieving more in their life.