Positive Lifestyle Changes14th Jul 2017
One small, positive change in your lifestyle can make a huge difference to how you feel. Here are some tips:
Get to know how your body works. It will help you to make informed choices about your health and well-being.
Eat and drink nutrient-rich food. Avoid chemicalised food. Eat regular meals. Chew! Drink water. Digestive health = whole body health.
Be optimistic. Don’t dwell on things that lower your spirits. Be flexible and accept change. Do something else. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain.
Create a stress-free home. Your home should relax and refresh you, not stress you. Clear the clutter and free-up the energy.
Move your body. It keeps your muscles and joints flexible, lungs working properly, blood flowing well. It aids digestion and detoxification, and keeps you young.
Keep your brain healthy. Read, do crosswords, memorise, concentrate, share opinions. Do anything that exercises your mind.
Care about yourself. Pamper yourself, express yourself. Do whatever it takes to make yourself feel good.
Sleep well. Learn how to get a good night’s sleep, naturally, without medication.
Have a purpose in life. Everyone has an ability, quality or talent to enjoy, develop or share. Be interested and interesting.
Socialise. Spend time with others. Keep in touch with family and friends. Keep making new contacts.
Have a sense of humour. Laugh, be playful, be spontaneous.
Cultivate inner peace and serenity. Take time out to relax, meditation, listen to music, enjoy nature, just BE.
Keep disciplined and organised. Organise your days to include activity, relaxation, healthy eating, socialising and everything else you want to do.
Lead a simple lifestyle. Don’t allow complications. Keep it simple.
Live in the present. The past has gone. The future depends on your thoughts and actions now. So, focus on now.
Go for it! Follow a few of these tips and you’re well on the way to a healthy lifestyle. Then do more……………
This website is all about positive changes in nutrition, sleep habits, thinking, emotional and mental health, relationships and behaviour, plus effective techniques for achieving them.
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