Don’t think too much, let go and let God take care of it. What’s meant to be will be. ~ Ana Luisa
Stress can lead to depression and many other illnesses and overthinking leads to stress. ~ Ray Sun
Guard your thoughts when you are alone and your words where you are with others.
Controlling your thoughts is of utmost importance, if you are feeling down. It is always due to your thoughts. ~ Linda North
Your mind goes round and round over negative events in the past, problems in the present or bad things you’re worried will happen in the future and this inability to release bad thoughts and memories can get you down.You rehash these events and analyze them, but you don’t do anything to solve the problems or feel more in control of your situation. That can really spin you into depression. ~ Brigitte Nicole
Over thinking and worry, etc. leads to stinking negative thinking, decreases serotonin in the brain, which leads to depression. Positive thinking increases serotonin in the brain. From an article: “Changing your thinking habits may have a physical impact on your serotonin levels. By developing your positive thinking skills, either independently or with the help of a counselor or psychologist, you may be able to alter your brain metabolism to encourage higher serotonin production. Although controlling whether your thoughts are positive or negative can be a difficult task, choosing to view your experiences, relationships and life in general in a positive way may help you maintain high serotonin levels.” ~ Sue Rosinbum
That is what my doctor told me that you think too much in non significant things this is why you are slow. He also said it drains your power and makes you exhausted because we put a lot of thoughts mourning the past and worrying about the future while we should focus our power on the moment. ~ Rain Adel