Some tips to ponder on....
1. Learn to meditate.
Your body recovers in a para sympathetic mode, both mentally and physically. Digestion occurs when you’re relaxed ( don’t eat on the run!); same as detoxification, sleep is more sound. So many good things happen when your mind slows down. And you get to see the big picture with clarity. Time to meditate.
Alcohol remains a big issue ( that most people are unaware of or choose to deny)
Having at least 4 alcohol free days a week will help your liver recover. Plus no bingeing. Alcohol clouds your thinking processes. And makes you fat.
30 mins a day at moderate intensity is best.
3. Get fitter :
It is important to exercise, but not too much. Some patients have to sleep for 2 hours after their morning workouts or are ‘wiped out’ for the rest of the day. How beneficial is that?
Think: Maybe you have an obsessive personality? Maybe you’re working so hard that you require this physical exercise to match your mental work. Both mental and physical excesses will wear you out.
I’ve written about intermittent fasting and it's very do-able.
4. Lose weight.
Skipping breakfast and eating twice a day will sharpen your mind and trim your body plus extend your life. If you’d like some assistance, supplements like acetyl-L-carnitine and green coffee extract will help burn the fat. See article here on how acetyl-L-carnitine helps with fat loss. The 5 day fasting ( mimicking diet ) is scheduled for mid March. If you’re interested, please email me.