Cooking up Stress and Anxiety

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Gone are the days when people think of cooking as a task that should be done only by women. In the past, women were traditionally relied upon to cook the meals for the family, do the dishes and clean the house, and be in-charge of just about every domestic task there is. But times have changed and women now play very different roles in society unlike what women of the previous decades were accustomed to. This change in gender roles has affected both women and men — especially in terms of taking the lead kitchen. Today, both men and women now appreciate the art of cooking. People with exceptional culinary skills are highly compensated. For that reason, it is no wonder that the stress that used to part and parcel of cooking is now experienced by both men and women. Food, after all, is about pleasing the senses of people who partake of one’s kitchen creations.

Cooking and stress are not often associated with each other. The word cooking easily connotes gustatory pleasures and not stress which is often linked to one’s work at the office or to problems at home.
But it should not be a surprise to know that stress and anxiety now affect the...

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