There are various functions like the Nervous System in our body. These are specially designed to understand the circumstances automatically. Then, they reduce the intensity of danger.
For example, your heart is under some pressure or influence. The blood arteries are unable to pump the blood. Now, you feel pain in the chest. This pain is called “Angina”. This situation is not critical. This is only a sign that your heart is at its last peak point. If you are agreeing to remain safe from more danger then you should compromise with your lifestyle. You should really change your eating rules and exercises.
Angina is definitely a sign of disease in the body. There are furthermore examples in this case, like “Acidity”. Your stomach is unhappy with the quality or quantity of the food that you eat.
“Angina” is related to different diseases. However, there are many other signs, which tell you that your body needs some rest. If the disease is not serious than, all these signs are shown in series. You suddenly come to know that you are ill or have some cough and flu.
Danger Alert and Nervous System
Whenever your body feels weak, your mind becomes uncool (feels boring). This is the right time to leave work and take a rest for some time. For example, you feel lazy, weak, or out of your routine. These all indicate that you keep yourself in a very hard life.
If you are puzzle or feel difficulty in doing a very little task then it means that you spend a very busy life. You are working very, very hard working but you create difficulties for your own life. Your brain is tired and needs some rest.
Many people think that these signs\alerts are due to extra work and stress. But they are unable to help themselves. Because, they also think that, if they leave their work, they become wicked or criminal.
Whenever “Charles Darwin” feels stress, he goes to sleep and takes a rest. “Florence, Martial Proust, Sigmund Fired. Isaac Newton and many others” also do so.
Victims of hard-working are may be called “truly ill People”. Take care of yourself or thinking about yourself is the real name of “common sense”.