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Ways to improve a healthy mindset for 2017



In today’s society we are constantly pressured into things that we are obliged to do, think and feel due to social media, family, friends, advertising and what technology has put in front of us. These simple everyday techniques will assist in mind control, relieve stress, aid in gaining additional confidence and maintaining a steady mindset for everyday social settings.

Drink plenty of water a day; this will not only increase energy into an everyday situation, but it will assist in motivation, blood circulation to prevent additional stress, clearer thinking as the water gently soothes, heals and clears away negative energy. Any intake of sodas, fizzy drinks or artificial drinks will feed the negative and create negative habits including stress, addiction and laziness.

Surround yourself with positive people; a wise man once said “your surroundings are a reflection of yourself”. Try to project a positive realm by focusing on what you are absorbing into your world. If you surround yourself with destructive people with bad habits, bad traits etc most likely you are or are heading that way too. Try to focus on the positive behaviour in people, who act and behave with high quality for life and who are high achievers. This will portray a positive and more motivational outlook towards yourself.

Plan a holiday with loved ones, or just yourself – This will balance your self-awareness, stress levels and wellbeing. There are multiple travel deals on the market which will provide an affordable way to get out of your natural comfort zone and switch off to the world, recharge and de stress from westernised society. Whether you are too absorbed an a technological lifestyle, pressure from family or feeling sad; budgeting for a holiday once every few months is a healthy way to get away, self-meditate, see new things, feed your creativity and imagination and bring out a positive side of you. This is a healthy way to recharge, gain more ideas, motivation and mental balance.

Eating right – in taking the right foods plays a major part in your mental wellbeing. The more junk food you will intake the more clouded your mind will be. You are more likely to be accustomed to bad habits, easily accustomed to negative surroundings and have a lower quality approach to life. Its best to clear tour mind, eat pure wholesome foods which will supplement and generate positive cell energy in your body and create a healthy blood and bodily function in your body. The more fast food, sugar and fat you intake the more likely your body will deteriorate, produce bad cells which can lead to obesity, cancer, diabetes and a lower quality approach to life

Exercise – keeping your body working at any age is a vital source to a healthy balanced mind. You are exercising and strengthening your bones, muscles and working your functioning system to reach a longer lifespan. The more you use your body, the more it will preserve and maintain for a vigorous outcome. This is very healthy for your mind as it heals the assistance in stress, hypertension, anxiety and extra testosterone.

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