Give me back my energy you say!
SMILE - LAUGH AND HAVE SOME FUN
Yes, just sit (or stand) and smile. Truth is, you will begin to feel the effects of this simple activity within seconds. As an added bonus, you can do it while doing another activity. It seems downright silly to smile to yourself for no good reason but it works. Your mood and mindset will shift from being negative to positive. Don’t feel like smiling? Here lets see if this puts a smile on your face or breaks out a little laugh??? Someone
The best thing we can do is actaully learn to laugh at ourselves, we take everything to seriously these days, it's time to chill out and relax a bit. Find your inner Peter Pan and Tinkerbell and remember what it is like to have FUN!!!!!
Breakfast is considered an important meal because it breaks the overnight fasting period, replenishes your supply of glucose and provides other essential nutrients to keep your energy levels up throughout the day.
A fresh start with Eggs
Omelette with Spinach, Onion, feta and mixed herbs on 2 cruskits with a spread of whole grain mustard.
Place 1 egg into a small A square like tupperware container (make sure you spray with Olive oil so that the egg doesn't stick) mix in spinach, feta, onion and herbs and then microwave for 30 to 60 seconds. Cut in half and put onto your cruskits YUMMO
Breakfast on the RUN
Make this the night before, cut up some fresh fruit, any type of fruit, Melons and berries are great as they are low in calories and high in antioxidants. Serve with a large dollop of Natural GREEK yogurt. Delicious
"For the perfect power breakfast, try porridge made with jumbo oats and coconut or almond milk. "Jumbo oats are much better than ready-processed porridge, and the milk is easier to digest than dairy. Add walnuts, ground sunflower seeds and linseeds, plus berries and sultanas for natural sweetness instead of sugar. This high-fibre, low-glycaemic-index, nutrient-rich combo will keep you full, kick-start your metabolism and balance blood-sugar levels for maximum energy."
I have personally had a succulent in my work place surrounded by a few beautiful crystals for balance, peace and clarity.
Succulents are amazing plants that store water in their leaves, so are ideal for hot, arid climates. They tend to have fleshy, hard, waxy leaves and mostly grow in geometrical, even shapes.
Not only are succulents easy to care for, but if you are at all spiritual, succulents may help you realize other benefits as well.
People have long-believed in the power of succulents. In Russia, succulents and cacti are thought to bring homes good luck. Similarly, the Japanese believe succulents are messengers for angels. In India, succulents are revered as “wise” plants, thought to bring their owners intelligence, prosperity and balance.
Scientists at Washington State University found people who worked with a house plant in their line of vision could concentrate more and carry out tasks 12 per cent faster. Plants absorb carbon dioxide and other environmental pollutants that can trigger fatigue, and help you to feel more positive and energised.
Take a second now to notice your breath. Two things will likely happen. You will observe how shallow your breath is and you will almost immediately begin to breathe more deeply. Actually, you’ll notice a third thing – you’ll wonder why you don’t breathe deeply more often. The physical and emotional benefits of deep breathing have been well documented. So stop what you are doing and breathe.
Breathing is absolutely essential to life, but it’s often overlooked as a necessity for good health. Practising conscious breathing can help us to improve our sleep, reduce stress, and boost overall health.
Poor breathing habits are widespread
Take a moment right now to pay attention to the way you are breathing. The simple act of taking a breath is something that most of us don’t even notice we’re doing. We do it automatically, and until something goes awry, we take it for granted. We tend to live busy lives that take away the consciousness of our breath. We inhale and exhale shallowly, and do so almost the entire length of the day. Some of us even breathe this way while we sleep.
Becoming conscious of our breath
Many common health ailments can be at least somewhat alleviated simply by making a conscious effort to breathe slowly and deeply. These include high blood pressure, migraine headaches, anxiety, stress, chronic pain, depression, asthma, and insomnia.
Essential oils are used extensively in aromatherapy and various traditional medicinal systems.
Due to the numerous health benefits of essential oils, they are increasingly being explored by the scientific community for the treatment of a variety of diseases including cancer, HIV, asthma, bronchitis, heart strokes, and many more.
There are more than 90 essential oils, and each has its own health benefits. Most essential oil blend well with other essential oils in terms of function and odor, which allows herbalists to prepare a vast repertoire of aromatic essential oil combinations.
Want to feel better, have more energy and perhaps even live longer? Look no further than exercise. The health benefits of regular exercise and physical activity are hard to ignore. And the benefits of exercise are yours for the taking, regardless of your age, sex or physical ability. Need more convincing to exercise?
Exercise boosts energy
Winded by grocery shopping or household chores? Regular physical activity can improve your muscle strength and boost your endurance. Exercise and physical activity deliver oxygen and nutrients to your tissues and help your cardiovascular system work more efficiently. And when your heart and lungs work more efficiently, you have more energy to go about your daily chores.
Exercise improves mood
Need an emotional lift? Or need to blow off some steam after a stressful day? A workout at the gym or a brisk 30-minute walk can help. Physical activity stimulates various brain chemicals that may leave you feeling happier and more relaxed. You may also feel better about your appearance and yourself when you exercise regularly, which can boost your confidence and improve your self-esteem.
Exercise combats health conditions and diseases
Worried about heart disease? Hoping to prevent high blood pressure? No matter what your current weight, being active boosts high-density lipoprotein (HDL), or "good," cholesterol and decreases unhealthy triglycerides. This one-two punch keeps your blood flowing smoothly, which decreases your risk of cardiovascular diseases. In fact, regular physical activity can help you prevent or manage a wide range of health problems and concerns, including stroke, metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes, depression, certain types of cancer, arthritis and falls.
How Exercise can have a profound effect on the Central Nervous System
Exercise can have profound effects on numerous biologic systems within the human body, including the central nervous system (CNS). The inherent complexity of the CNS, and the methodologic difficulties in evaluating its in vivo neurochemistry in humans, provide challenges to investigators studying the impact of exercise on the CNS. As a result, our knowledge in this area of exercise science remains relatively limited. However, advances in research technology are allowing investigators to gain valuable insight into the neurobiologic mechanisms that contribute to the bidirectional communication that occurs between the periphery and the CNS during exercise. This article examines how exercise-induced alterations in the CNS contribute to central fatigue and the overtraining syndrome, and how exercise can influence psychologic wellbeing and cognitive function
How Does Exercise Like Yoga Affect the Nervous System & Stress on the Body?Stress takes a toll on your mental and physical well-being. Implementing a regular stress management program that includes specific mind/body exercises such as yoga may have a beneficial impact on the nervous system and alleviate the effects of stress on your body.
Most yoga studios and local gyms offer yoga classes that are open to all generations and fitness levels. It’s exciting to enter a room full of young teens, athletes, middle-aged moms, older gentlemen and even fitness buffs and body builders. Everyone can feel accepted and included and, unlike other sports or classes that focus on niche clients, yoga tends to have open arms. Whether you like to say "Om" or you can’t stand the word “yogi;” whether you are 92, 53, or even 12, yoga can help you.
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