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Recognizing Anxiety: Symptoms, Signs, and Risk Factors - Recognizing Anxiety: Symptoms, Signs, and Risk Factors - Anxiety is a normal part of human life. You may have felt anxiety before addressing a group or applying for a job, for example. In the short term, anxiety increases your breathing rate and heart rate, concentrating the blood flow to your brain, where you need it.

Recognizing Anxiety: Symptoms, Signs, and Risk Factors - Recognizing Anxiety: Symptoms, Signs, and Risk Factors - Anxiety is a normal part of human life. You may have felt anxiety before addressing a group or applying for a job, for example. In the short term, anxiety increases your breathing rate and heart rate, concentrating the blood flow to your brain, where you need it.

If you are a woman in her childbearing years with one or more of the symptoms noted above, consider getting tested for #anemia

If you are a woman in her childbearing years with one or more of the symptoms noted above, consider getting tested for #anemia

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Let Your Smile Change the World | Motivational Quotes | Inspirational Quotes | Typography | Hand Lettering | Hand Lettered Quotes | Calligraphy Quotes | Typography Quotes

Let Your Smile Change the World | Motivational Quotes | Inspirational Quotes | Typography | Hand Lettering | Hand Lettered Quotes | Calligraphy Quotes | Typography Quotes

Did you know that you can actually grow ginger indoors? Being a tropical plant it does not tolerate frost, so unless you live in a warm, humid climate, it's best to grow ginger in a pot indoors. Ginger grows well in partial to full shade, which makes it ideal for growing in your home. Ginger is a no-fuss plant plus it is very pretty with its bamboo-like green shoots and leaves. #Ginger

Did you know that you can actually grow ginger indoors? Being a tropical plant it does not tolerate frost, so unless you live in a warm, humid climate, it's best to grow ginger in a pot indoors. Ginger grows well in partial to full shade, which makes it ideal for growing in your home. Ginger is a no-fuss plant plus it is very pretty with its bamboo-like green shoots and leaves. #Ginger

Learn how to grow ginger indoors and outdoors, what growing conditions this tropical plant needs to thrive and produce an abundance of the spicy ginger root. If you can provide these conditions growing ginger is easy!

Learn how to grow ginger indoors and outdoors, what growing conditions this tropical plant needs to thrive and produce an abundance of the spicy ginger root. If you can provide these conditions growing ginger is easy!

For potted plants, mix a couple of tablespoons of the salt into your watering can once or twice a month. You can also sprinkle it in your garden’s soil to help your seeds germinate better. Tomatoes and peppers benefit the most because they both tend to have a magnesium deficiency. Add a tablespoon or so in with the soil when first planting, and then sprinkle more into the soil once mature.

For potted plants, mix a couple of tablespoons of the salt into your watering can once or twice a month. You can also sprinkle it in your garden’s soil to help your seeds germinate better. Tomatoes and peppers benefit the most because they both tend to have a magnesium deficiency. Add a tablespoon or so in with the soil when first planting, and then sprinkle more into the soil once mature.