Stronger and More Powerful – 5 Tips.

  1. Sleep.

Scientists state that sleeping six to seven hours a night is all we need. We find that we get sick less often, stay at a healthy weight, lower our risk for serious health problems, like diabetes and heart disease. Reduce stress and improve our mood. Think more clearly and do better in school and at work, get along better with people, + + +

Too much sleep, like eight hours plus is associated with Type 2 diabetes, Heart-disease, obesity, depression, headaches, back pain, upset body’s rhythms and increase daytime fatigue, + + +

So, do your own research and work out what is best for you.

  • Exercise / Movement.

Twenty minutes, three times a week.

That’s all you need to start. This is so important for ourselves to increase our power and strength.

We have all heard and know the benefits of regular exercise.

It is not a question of when you are going to start, but why haven’t you started already?

  • Daylight.

Early morning sunlight, from 7am (or when it first appears) to 9am is ideal and helps generate Vitamin D. Many Yogic Traditions encourage this practice. The morning sun activates the production of serotonin in your body by triggering certain areas in our retina. The serotonin hormone is associated with boosting our mood and helping you feel calm and focused.

The sun later in the day can be too strong to look directly into. So, it is best to avoid this. One way to know if it is to late is that it will hurt your eyes.

It also helps kill bacteria, reduces blood pressure, reduces the risk of cancer, strengthens your bones, helps sleep quality, hair growth, boosts those feelgood hormones, + + +

  • Nutrition.

There is so much information out there on Nutrition that I feel I don’t need to go into it here.

The old saying, “You are what you eat” rings true as much now as it did years ago.

Start by planning your meals in advance. Make a list before going shopping.

Also look at what you are eating, at what time of the day, and what type of food you begin with and follow up with.

For me, the best thing I have ever done is Intermittent Fasting. It REALLY works!

  • Social Interaction.

Spending time with friends and family in this challenging A. I. time of our human evolution has never been more important.

Talking with our mouths, out loud, not just communicating by typing on a keyboard.

Expressing ourselves and our feelings/ emotions to those that are willing to listen.

Time in the company of more than 1 or 2 people, like in a group situation or a social meeting has so many profound benefits on all levels of our existence.

Plus, Two Bonus Tips.

  • Hydration.

Keeping that water intake up is crucial for many reasons.

To regulate body temperature, keep joints lubricated, prevent infections, deliver nutrients to cells, and keep organs functioning properly. Being well-hydrated also improves sleep quality, cognition, and mood. Improves brain performance, digestion, give you more energy, helps with weight loss, and management, decreased joint pain, healthier heart, + + +

I like to have a jug of filtered water close by wherever I am. I then only have to top up my glass and have a few sips or mouthfuls as and when I pass by.

It is at room temperature and that makes it easier for the body to absorb.

  • Cold Showers

When taken regularly, cold showers can make our circulatory system more efficient. Some people also report that their skin looks better as a result of cold showers, probably because of better circulation.

After 30 days of cold showers, most individuals report feeling more alert, having more energy, having healthier skin and hair, improved mental health and resilience, improved circulation, and more.

How Long to Take a Cold Shower. Keep it short: When first trying cold showers, aim to spend no more than 30 seconds under the cold water. You can increase the time as your body adapts.

Ease in: Instead of jumping into a cold shower, start with the water warm, then gradually adjust the temperature downwards. This is what I did.

I began with 20 seconds, then 30, 60, and now I do 2 minutes.

I love this part of the day. It sets me up like nothing else.

Cold showers can help reduce inflammation, relieve pain, improve circulation, lower stress levels, and reduce muscle soreness and fatigue, it has the feel good affect, + + +

All these ideas are at no extra cost to you.

And Free to add to your life-style.

I started seeing and feeling the benefits within a couple of days of beginning each of these seven principles for a more Powerful and Stronger Me.

This is on all levels. Mentally, Physically, Emotionally and Spiritually.

If you are unsure of your health status and starting any of these suggested ideas, please consult a professional and or your doctor.

In Munay,

Jamie Brown

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