In this issue, there are some good remedies of improving oneself. Among them, are the following:
On page 5, it states that there are perks to losing a little weight...Even minor reductions in body fat trigger metabolic changes that improve your health.
Then, on the same page, it states to reduce stress, go ahead and log on! Though most say technology causes stress, a new survey reveals the opposite. Women get a 21% reduction! Sharing life events with others boosts your sense of well-being.
On page 13, I learned that one may prevent panic by walking. Does your heart start to pound or your palms get sweaty? Walk briskly for 30 minutes. This works with people who even experience higher-than-average anxiety. Women who used this trick not only slept better than before but made them feel calmer every day!
Get worry to end with a writing pen! Take out pen and paper and write down your strengths. This ups your confidence and makes you achieve success. A report done states that women who wrote down four things they are thankful for each week then reflected on one each week felt less-stressed and happier within three weeks. Gratitude makes you see the silver linings in challenges.
Finally, on page 15, want a drug-free way of lowering your blood pressure? Walk! Bursts of motion keep your heart strong and your arteries flexible so pressure spikes are less apt to occur.