Healthy habits and tips that prevent disease and keep your mind and body running in tip-top shape.
I've had a really hard time sleeping lately, despite rigorous consistent exercise. Sandalwood oil helps. The pure essential oil only: pricey, but you only need a drop. It works wonders. Dab on your pillow, a tissue, even a drop under your nose. Not for PTSD symptoms, but good for ordinary stresses
Challenge yourself with an exercise regime that you enjoy and can commit to. Don't forget to change it up so that you continue to improve. I feel healthier and happier!
Focus on one healthy habit at a time. Make the adjustments ones that you can live with the rest of your life. The weight loss will come as a side, but delicious, benefit.
We already know that drinking water is vital for hydrating skin and keeping it luminous. But is 8 glasses a day really the magic number? Divide your weight by 2 to get how many ounces you should have daily. And don't forget to drink another glass for every half hour of exercise.
It sounds really silly (I know), but this always works for me when I can't fall asleep: Starting with "A", I mentally sing an alphabet song such as the following: 'A' my name is Amy, my husband's name is Archie, we come from Atlanta and we like Apples. Then 'B' my name is Betty, etc. (cont below)
I hate a sore throat. You know the kind where you can't even swallow? Well I found a remedy that is both remarkably dependable and remarkably gross! Take about a cup of lukewarm water and add a tablespoon of cayenne pepper. Mix with spoon. Then gargle with it every 15 minutes.
Exercise is an AWESOME way to relieve frustration.
I take plenty of salad and fruit to work for lunch and fill up on this. It gives me energy during the day and doesnt fill me up too long and keep my sluggish. By the time my evening meal comes I can eat a nice portion and still feel full, without over eating.
I eat or drink several healthy chocolate products daily which has been shown (and I sure see it in my life) to maximize the body's immune system, energy level and overall feeling of wellness.
Plan and pack your daily foods and take them with you to work! Whatever is packed is what you eat that day. You don't have to try to figure out what you can eat next!
Planning, packing, sticking to it...makes you healthier!