Thursday, April 2, 2015
Is your personal life in an uproar, how is your self-respect? Everyone always has room for improvement; yet, a few of us need more than other people do.
There are ways to better yourself once you ask yourself “what do I need to accomplish to improve.” Maybe sitting down and writing a list of things that you don’t like about yourself may help. Make certain you prioritize them making the most crucial one on top and the less important on the bottom. Daily work on this list checking off each one as you feel it's getting better. Remember don’t stop improving them just because you’ve put a check beside it. It takes time to make changes but you are able to accomplish it.
Are you working full or part time, if not volunteer if need be? Get busy and don’t just lie about the house doing nothing. Staying busy and helping others always helps with recovery. By helping other people, you learn that someone else in the world has it worse than you do. A job always helps particularly if you're stressed out about paying a bill and there's no money to pay. Every dollar you make is one dollar more than you had yesterday.
Volunteer to work at the library a few hours a day or perhaps just one day a week. The nearest hospital is likely in need of a volunteer if nothing simply to talk to the ones that are alone and no one comes to see them. Helping other people always makes you feel better especially if you are able to see they enjoyed or benefited from it.
Take a little time out of every day for yourself. You can’t be any good to others if you don’t take care of yourself. Draw a bath of bubbles and relax, go for a walk alone or perhaps go to the library and read, bring a book home to read and relax. A little something for yourself every day truly helps to relax you and it can make you feel better.
How about doing a little exercising; if you’re not already doing it try it and see how it helps relieve tension. After a while, you’ll notice how you'll look forward to exercising alone or with a friend. If you walk with a friend don’t discuss your problems, keep the pace up and discuss the weather or maybe something you’re going to do for your tomorrow. Eventually you’ll notice how much better you feel getting out and taking care of yourself.
Do you watch much TV? Sometimes the news may make a person depressed but then again it can be educational and give you something to discuss with friends or family. Watch the weather and when you’re walking talk, about what is supposed to happen tomorrow; will it rain or snow. The news makes a good conversation when talking to others.
Go out and visit somebody once a week maybe. Get out of the house and be with a friend other than cleaning house when you’re at home. If you don’t have, a lot of friends go make some new ones. Meeting friends is something you can do when you’re volunteering your time; when at the library talk to the librarian when you're checking out that book. New friends may be anywhere if you’re willing to talk. Don’t be afraid if you don’t make a new one every time you talk to someone; just is, yourself and someone else will be there to be the friend you need or want in your life.
Remember life is short, if you need a little improvement here and there, that’s ok. No one is perfect and you can only change the quality of life you have and boost your recovery.
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
So what happens when the body is overladen with pollutants? Well, it’s not as easy as just getting sick. Mind processing is significantly impacted and all the rest of your body. Pollutants block or decelerate the delivery of required nutrients and oxygen to all areas of the body. And as the brain is the major consumer of oxygen, it has the tendency to be damaged. Have you noticed that after doing a high-pressure mental work, you feel really fatigued even when you were just sitting for hours? It's because the brain may sometimes overrule the whole body. So if there are lots of toxins in you, your brain becomes sluggish also.
And much of the time, it’s hard to protect ourselves to the extent of being disease-proof. While the body supplies its own system of healing, we have to take care of it and help it work better. That's why we have to detoxify. Detoxification helps in rejuvenation of the brain as much as it cleans the body. All of this is great for recovery.
The best way to detoxify is the natural way - through proper diet. In this method of cleansing, you cut back your intake of junk. This means that you have to avoid products that block your filtering system. These products are fats, alcohol, caffeine, and artificial additives. While you stay away from these foods, you substitute them with simple to digest fruits and veggies. They're not only rich in vitamins, but they supplement the body with vitality boosting nutrients. The fibers in fruits and veggies toss the toxins out.
In detoxification, fasting for a short period will catalyze the procedure. Naturally this should be done under the supervision of your dietician or physician. During the process, solid foods are avoided. Your intake is entirely made of fruit juice and herbal teas. Fasting decreases the stress on the digestive system. By emptying the stomach, toxins are likewise flushed out of the body. And the liquids that you take keep you from starving. All the same, fasting is quite harsh so it's advised that a doctor be consulted first.
In addition to fruit juices, a few supplements are recommended for safety. To name a few are the fermented soybeans and algae powder. Fermented soy beans support the colon function and help produce the great intestinal bacteria which are major proponents of the inner cleansing procedure. In parallel, the algae powder gives you the feeling of being full. It adds ample protein to ease the fatigue that some individuals experience during fasting.
Detoxification in the whole is a matter of a good system of living as well as help you get started on the path to recovery.