Do you wake up early every morning feeling energised and ready to take on the day?
I’m guessing you may have answered no. This is a common complaint and most of us need support in some way because of the way we now live our lives : stressed, busy, overworked and overtired.
If we are stressed, generally the adrenal glands are taxed, and we lose energy.
If we consume too much processed food and or alcohol, our digestion can become sluggish, and we lose energy.
If we don’t exercise regularly, even simple movement like daily walking, we can lose energy.
Today, we all need help to reduce the stress that builds up in the body. Whether you are working long hours, overexposed to electromagnetic frequencies, eating poorly or not getting enough exercise, we need to reduce the internal and external stresses that impacts the body.
Here’s 3 things you can do right now.
Manage your stress through meditation and things that are enjoyable to you. Spending time in nature is known to have positive effects on the physical and mental health of the body. Magnesium supplementation can be of assistance to help relax muscles and ease tension. Adaptogenic herbs are wonderful additions, especially during stressful times, as they help balance the adrenal glands. Reishi mushroom and Ashwagandha are favourites.
Eat an abundance of fresh fruit and vegetables every day. They contain many essential nutrients like antioxidants, fibre, and vitamins to support the body. By increasing your intake of fresh fruit and vegetables you are feeding your gut natural probiotics and prebiotics, and helping to replenish a healthy gut, therefore likely to reduce stomach upsets.
Get out and exercise. Research shows that by walking daily, the results are nothing but positive and include weight loss, improved skin, improved mental health, improved cardiovascular health, better sleep, and of course more energy. Exercise needs to be something you enjoy, otherwise our human nature kicks in and we won’t stick to it.
We all want and deserve more energy to live life to the fullest.
Choose wisely. Live vibrantly.
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