Laugh more, and find ways to enjoy more of your time, at work or at home, while studying, shopping or travelling to work. Think of ways to enjoy time with friends and also, enjoy time by yourself. Think positive thoughts and feel positive for at least 30 minutes a day and gradually build up time developing positive thought patterns on a daily basis. Get a massage, manicure, facial or a haircut. Meditate or listen to soothing music. Avoid difficult people when possible and avoid being difficult.
Find ways to be as active as possible. Staying active doesn’t always mean dedicating hours at gym, high level aerobics or kickboxing classes or a spa tub, these are great for when you’ve built up your stamina, but when you’re trying to get back into shape there are ways to ease your body back into exercise. We can find simple ways to move our body by doing constructive and relaxing activities. Climb stairs if given a choice; walk the dog; play with children; enjoy sports with friends; mow the lawn; clear your clutter. Through movement we overcome stagnation of energy, clear mental blockages and relieve stress. Keep a Positive Mental Outlook. Smile and be happy! Keep a cheerful outlook on life. Compliment someone, make others smile and never leave home without finding something about you to feel good and confident about.
Cut Out Fat
Avoid the obvious such as fried foods, burgers and other fatty meats like pork, bacon, sausages and ribs. Eat low-fat versions of dairy products (cottage cheese, cheese, milk) and avoid cream. Limit portions of nuts, mayonnaise, cold meats, butter, margarine and sauces. Find healthier lower-fat versions. While you may be having a glass of wine or one drink every other day, always be mindful to allow your body to detox and recover more frequently. Excessive alcohol intake can depress the immune system over time and could lead to health problems such as liver and kidney disease and cancer. Seasonal detoxes help to cleanse and revitalize the vital organs.