Daily Wellness Inspiration

16 March

#DailyWellnessInspiration

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How negative emotions influence your organs.

15 March

#MindBodyConnection #Health #Wellness #HolisticWellbeing

Did you really think you can get away with feeling depressed or sad or angry every single day? Of course you can’t! Like with stress, emotions do have an effect on our bodily functions and our organs.

If you want to think of yourself as a holistic being, you need to understand that whatever is going on in one part of your being does influence the other areas.

Anger for instance, is associated with the liver. When you remain furious for too long, it will have a negative influence on that specific organ. This may cause a variety of symptoms including loss of appetite and bad indigestion. Prolonged or suppressed anger and frustration may cause a stagnant liver, which in turn can result in severe depression.

Don’t believe me? Well, the body-mind connection is a reality and if you need more information, feel free to read Phallavi Thakur’s article on the subject here.

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The speaking tree – bit.ly/2DizPMx

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Feeling peckish? Snack on these.

14 March

#HealthTip #HealthySnacks @SLVhealth

Some of us REALLY have trouble getting from meal to meal. Instead of taking your break with a KitKat (sorry manufacturer), which is packed with delicious chocolate, yes, but also contains loads of sugar. Why not grab some of these in the image above?

I know you sometimes feel a bit deflated, especially by 3 in the afternoons, but a banana and some cashews will do the trick and you will not see the results in your hips!

Late at night and you crave something? Nuke some popcorn in the microwave!

Remember, investing in your health pays of BIG time! Try this for a week or so, you will not be sorry.

Source:

San Luis Valley Health: article by: Elario Rickeybit.ly/2p34mcT

Do life, nevertheless

13 March

@PsychToday #SelfImprovement #Anxiety #GetUpAndGo #NeverthelessPeople

In an article for Psychology Today, dr Jeffrey Bernstein mentions the effectiveness of the simple word ‘nevertheless’ on how we perceive our circumstances.

It gives a whole new meaning to the idea of  ‘looking on the bright side’.

Bernstein encourages us to get up when we fall and think differently about how we deal with life. We may have fallen down, but NEVERTHELESS we can get up. We still have some energy and two legs to stand upon. We can still do battle.

Sometimes we are looking at our lives as this enormous mountain that we must climb and, yes, for some people life can indeed be daunting. Life is NEVER really easy and, you can admit this, even for those of us who seem to have it all under control, simply doing life can become too much.

The thing is that those people who seem to have all their ducks in a row are the people that fight every single day to survive. They accept the challenge and encourage themselves to get up and get going, despite the challenges that life throws at them.

They are the ‘nevertheless-people’. They may feel afraid at facing some daunting task, nevertheless they stand firm and get it done.

When you are camped at the foot of mount Everest you have a choice, either you start climbing or you back off. You have to weigh the choices: when you make it to the summit, you get the prize. It will be extremely hard, you may even die, but you need to ask yourself if you are prepared to take the risk and be a winner, a survivor. You may feel weak from the high altitude, hungry for some ‘real’ food, freezing in the cold, but NEVERTHELESS you will get your backpack and your ropes and start clawing your way upward.

In life we rarely have such a clear cut choice. Our days are filled with inevitabilities, things you never expected to happen, yet are faced with. Yes, Everest comes to most of us on a daily basis.

You have a choice, are you going to allow circumstances to discourage you or are you going to say: “I don’t have the strength for this, NEVERTHELESS I will face it.” You may surprise yourself and find that, through your persistence, you have gained strength and wisdom.

Don’t underestimate your own strength and ability to push forward. The only people left behind are those who never want to get up in the first place.

DON’T YOU DARE MAKE THAT MISTAKE.

Source:

Psychology Todaybit.ly/2GfWyea

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Daphne Delaybit.ly/2thxdPt