Let’s talk about your mindset, natural ways to boost your energy, improving your balance, reducing your risk of Alzheimer’s and adjustable desks
Here is a very important article by Darious Foroux (read it now)
Natural ways to power up your energy levels by Jacob Teitelbaum, an internist and author of the
book, From Fatigued to Fantastic. Learn more at EnergyAnalysisProgram.com
Are you having an “energy crisis” – with a bad diet, poor sleep and too much stress? Here are two of Dr. Teitelbaum’s suggestions:
- Check your magnesium level, which is linked to low energy and to chronic fatigue syndrome. Magnesium is essential in numerous bodily functions, especially your muscles, helps regulate your heart beat and helps you convert your food into energy. You don’t make magnesium, so you have to get it from your diet. This includes nuts, leafy greens, seeds, and whole grains. You can also take a magnesium supplement at night. I have Calm at my office, which is a powdered form of Mg+, in case you would like to supplement your diet.
- Hydrate with cold water. Do you get an afternoon “energy slump” every day? It’s possibly from not drinking enough water or you digesting your lunch in the “rest and digest mode.” This is easily remedied with either drinking a glass of cold water or splashing some on your face. Both ways help stimulate the heart and get more blood flowing to your brain.
EXERCISE OF THE MONTH
It is extremely important that you maintain good balance, and here is an easy exercise to help you do that; sideways jumps. (If you can’t jump, then they’re steps) Stand on a flat surface, preferably on carpet or the grass. Do a soft jump to the right side, then jump to the left side, and alternate doing this for about 10 times. This helps strengthen your “stabilizing” leg muscles, and it challenges you to keep your balance as you do this. Consider doing this every morning as a warm-up habit.
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THOUGHTS FOR THE MONTH
I never dreamt of success, I worked for it. Estee Lauder
Work hard in silence. Let your success be your noise. Frank Ocean
Work for a cause, not for applause; live life to express, not to impress.
AND SOME HUMOROUS QUOTES, AS WELL
Take a compass. It’s embarrassing when you get lost and you have to eat one of your friends.
I hate when I think I’m buying organic vegetables and when I get home they’re just plain donuts.
“It is a scientific fact that your body will not absorb cholesterol if you take it from another person’s plate.” Dave Barry
“Happiness is having a large, loving, caring, close-knit family in another city.” George Burns