Sleep is the most important thing you will do well.
And the 007, special assassin cells that kill off cancer cells are important to the immune system.
Guess what else is affected by a lack of sleep.
Point being, we need to learn these reasons sleep are so important and start taking sleep more seriously when we loose it.
Become a sleep nerd, and learn to sleep well.
Okay, you can sleep like a baby as you grow, as long as you don’t fall prey to bad habits.
You can’t sleep on the regular basis for many reasons. Here are the top ten.
- the room is too light, it is best to wear a sleep mask or sleep in a dark room.
- temperature is too hot or too cold, try a blanket when it is too cold or try a warm shower an hour or two before bed if it is too warm.
- don’t eat snacks or eat too late, to be safe, stop eating 3 or 4 hours before bed.
- don’t go to bed too early or too late, stick to a schedule, in time you will find the nuances like feeling tired enough to sleep or going to bed on time.
- exercise moderately each day, the energy you use to exercise releases adenosine into your body which promotes sleep each night.
- don’t use devices too much, sometimes the blue light or the stimulation makes it hard to prepare for sleep.
- meditate 25 minutes or more each day, it can help you improve mood swings among other mental health benefits.
- Journaling will also bring order and information to hand that will help with goals, asperations and mental health.
- nutrition or eating well will improve the health of the body to perform all tasks better, including better sleep.
- read, write and research to be a life long learner.
When, I cut out the journey to learning these 10 habits, it removed the value and appreciation from the story. To uncover the top ten may take you half your life to learn well. Hope you make the trip.
If nothing else, learn how to live these 10 habits. They will teach you more than good health.
Ah, the ancient Greeks somehow managed to cultivate a way to use this difficult method.
To recognize awareness and stay within reality and find a healthy lifestyle.
Reality is complex and changes and reflects who and what we are and might become.
To live with moderation and good health requires help from society, friends and family.
But we need tools to help us ‘know thyself’.
Good habits like meditation, journaling, blogging, energy flow, sleeping, eating, music and exercise.
But reality can be harsh, our wisdom and experience can help us along our way.
Insight from the Dalai Lama 2020: We Must generate courage equal to the size of the difficulties we face. Sat/Sun, July 25/26.
Education is key.
Truly the ‘silent disease’.
‘What’ is a good question here.
Please watch this vid.
Red wine benefits female drinkers and has pros and cons for women and men alike. If you do drink, practice moderation and make sure you’re aware of the risks.
— Read on www.livestrong.com/article/439545-how-much-red-wine-do-you-need-to-drink-for-health-benefits/
A supplement like resveratrol is good for my immflamuation because of my overall health at 60.
It also seems to help with energy from another supplement called NMN. It is believed the two work together, but the latter is not regulated in Canada.
A glass of wine is good two or 3 times a week. But must be balanced with good nutrition and sleeping habits.
Watching my weight and lifestyle is most important.
Good luck with your health and lifestyle.
Using philosophy to solve a problem is something people may like to use in these uncertain times.
The Hellenistic Age is chalked full of wisdom from Socrates, Plato and the Stoic Seneca. Logic was overthrown then by a form of Hedonism, with variations on the theme, ‘eat, drink and be merry’!
It seems history is going to repeat itself during the Covid-19 Age.
Yet, there are other ways to work out problems.
Science is wildly popular today with the use of predictive science methods that basically gets results that work.
We have had more success with science in the last 200 years than by using any other method.
And, here in B.C., we are having some measure of success with Dr. Bonnie Henry’s methods. She even goes beyond science at times with catch phrases that amount to ‘do no harm’.
Stay safe and practice social distancing!
I’d call any kind of emotional outburst (negative emotions) a mood swing or a bump.
With Corona, I generally get more bumps than usual.
I have made it a practice to take a mood swing or pump moment to calm down and take stalk of my state of mind.
Mental health is just as important as physical health.
Having faith in myself and others is part of my day to day well being.
When I take responsibility for an emotional or mental health problem, I am taking care of myself to do no harm.
I call it buckling in to corona. And I need help and give help to my friends, family and co-workers.
See you in the new normal!
The coronavirus outbreak has already killed more people than SARS in 2003, and with quarantines, travel restrictions and other measures, governments around the world are mobilizing to save as many lives as possible. Here’s what you need to know
— Read on www.theglobeandmail.com/appview/world/article-coronavirus-covid19-latest-news-canada-explainer/
Is a compassionate approach to all this news on coronavirus a good thing?
Compassion is a good thing, coronavirus is here beyond doubt.
The news seems to be repeating itself.
When we have heard enough we will turn it off.
Keeping our spirits up while economic trouble and the virus takes centre stage is difficult.
Please support the effort, and we can keep better spirits together than any other way.
Longevity and preventing cancer is real.
But don’t get too excited, lifestyle is important.
Please educate yourself, check out this vid.
Make sure it is kept in the fridge and the supplier does the same.
The existing study suggest it is safer to wait for further study than to be sorry.
Please stay informed and watch the vid bellow before deciding to use as supplements.
But if your doctor believes it is safe for you to do so, fasting and intermitted fasting also show similar results for health and longevity.