If there’s one characteristic that’s become associated with aging, it’s a stooped posture. However, it does not need to be that way, in fact, practicing ways to constantly improve and maintain your posture will keep you looking younger, and feeling better than pricey surgical procedures and “Botox.”
Unless a medical condition predisposes the individual to inevitable spinal issues, there’s no reason why you can’t enjoy impeccable health well into your senior years!
So, is it that difficult to maintain and improve your posture?
Not at all!
In fact, by following the tips outlined below, you will enjoy a better posture and improved overall health. Continue reading “How To Maintain Improve Your Posture As You Age & Why You Should”
How to Breathe Correctly and What it Can do for You
The way you breathe has a huge impact on your stress levels and can do a great deal to make you more or less stressed. That’s because our breathing is deeply connected to our sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems and regulates the release of hormones and neurotransmitters such as cortisol, testosterone, and adrenaline.
When you are stressed, your breathing quickens and becomes shallower. When you are relaxed, you breathe more deeply and fully. This correlation works both ways, though – so slowing your breathing will make you less stressed and vice versa.
If you want to be as successful as possible, then you need to be able to have the drive, determination and focus to get there.
Take a look at any of the world’s most successful people and you will find they have almost superhuman levels of motivation. Arnold Schwarzenegger talks about visualizing his goals from a young age and even breaking into the gym to train on days when it wasn’t open. Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson frequently posts on Instagram his alarm going off at 4am in the morning when he gets up to train. Neither of these guys ever seems to have a day when they’re too tired or not enthusiastic. Will Smith says the secret to his success is just being willing to run further and longer than everyone else on the treadmill of life. Continue reading “Energy & Motivation For Weight Loss Success”
What is Mindfulness For Weight Loss?http://www.saturdaymorningdiet.com/mindfulness-for-weight-loss/
Mindfulness is a tool that has become exceedingly popular recently. Only a few years ago the general public would not be familiar with the term, whereas today it’s something we hear about all the time in a range of different contexts.
In some ways this is a good thing: mindfulness is a great tool to be aware of and it can be used to greatly improve your concentration, awareness, and happiness. But at the same time, it’s also a bad thing: because it has been misappropriated in many instances and many people don’t actually really understand what it means anymore.
You’ve undoubtedly heard of the low-carb diet, or even tried it at one point in your life. Maybe you had some degrees of success, but found any “fad” diet too hard to maintain, typically, this is what happens with most people who choose fad diets to lose weight.
The Health Benefits Of Low-Carb Besides Weight Loss
Low carb has been studied and it is well documented that their effectiveness is multi-faceted. Of course, the thousands of people who have lost a lot of weight and were able to keep it off makes a low carb eating plan something of an attractive proposition, especially since it is not your typical fad diet, but actually a lifestyle change.
Using mindfulness and CBT, it’s possible for us to change the way we react to stressful events and to essentially reprogram our stress response. Likewise, we can use this to improve our happiness, to get to sleep more easily and much more.
But when we do all this, what we’re really doing is affecting the chemistry of our brains. We’re changing the neurochemicals in our brain and that in turn is changing the way we feel and even the way we perform. This is why it can be a good idea to learn more about what neurotransmitters really are and how they work. Once you do that, you’ll have more idea of what it is you’re actually doing to change your brain functions and in turn, this will make you more effective at it. Continue reading “How To Program Your Brain For Weight Loss”
GO FUND ME APPEAL TO HELP DISABLE MAN GET A CAR
Due to an injury, I suffered as a security guard and driver, I have been unable to work for quite some time now and have gained a lot of excess weight as you can see from this photo.
I have applied for Social Security disability twice and have been turned down both times.
As you can image our hard financial times have been for me and my wife, who is also disabled with medical issues.
Our finances became so bad that we had to move in with my wife’s son from her first marriage.
We now live 6 people in a two bedroom apartment with small children and one bathroom.
I would not wish this situation on my worst enemy.
We can all fall on hard times.
I have been working for many years and supporting myself and wife, but due to my injury and obesity, the only type of work I can comfortable dO is driving.
Any small amount that you can offer to help me and my wife buy a car so that I can start driving for Uber and regain my ability to earn a living and stop being a burden on my stepson and his wife would be greatly appreciated.
Weight Loss Motivation
Make a plan and then follow it!
If you FAIL to plan, you plan to FAIL!
Stop saying Tomorrow!
Rest if you must, but don’t you quit!
You subconscious knows the answer!
Have faith in yourself!
Your problem is you are too busy holding on to your unworthiness.
Scream “I am worthy” until the stars collapse upon your brilliance.
Rome wasn’t built in a day.
Visualisation creates Reality!
I am worthy, I am loved, I am enough!
You Can Do It, If You Change Your Eating Habits!
How To Form Lasting Weight Loss Habits
Forming A Habit Is Hard!
You’re sill forming a habit and it’s still hard, but don’t worry.
It will be hard tomorrow and the next day, too!
One day you’ll wake up and it won’t be hard any longer!
It will just be who you have become! Continue reading “How To Form Lasting Weight Loss Habits”