We’re a smart bunch of cookies here! We have SO much health information already in our noggins, and a gazillion times more at our disposal anytime we need it. If our health isn’t where we’d like it to be, it’s certainly not due to a shortage of information or health tips!
Create. One of the ways I like to create is through writing. I have a blog which takes up a good portion of my writing time. Sometimes when I get stuck for ideas, I have to change things up. A technique I often employ involves shaking up my physical world. Instead of sitting down at my desk in my usual garb, I put on crazy hat and a pair of legwarmers. This might sound crazy, but the unfamiliarity of those items makes me feel different and a little uncomfortable–uncomfortable enough to transform my head space and get me over that hurdle. Consider shaking up your physical world in some way to get over your creative road blocks.
You should also avoid spicy and acidic foods which can also prevent healing to the sphincter and esophagus. Stay away from these types of foods and alcohol, carbonated beverages and coffee. You will be able to reintroduce these foods/drinks back into your diet in a couple days.
The next in the line of heart Health Rewire is to know your blood pressure and do whatever it takes to get it down to 115/75.You can have the blood pressure down to 115/75 with just weight loss, walking and decreasing sugar and saturated fat in your diet.
If you are suffering from being fat, lowering your weight even just three to five kilos has great effects to your heart’s health. The capability of the body to handle cholesterol and blood sugar is extensively developed when you lose weight across the waist. It is better that you lose weight by having an exercise and eating a balance diet, you really do not need to have a perfect body figure.
Finally, you should also be drinking plenty of water. Water has thousands of benefits including repairing and making new and healthy cells that accept insulin. We recommend you drink water throughout the day. A good rule of thumb would be to drink half your body weight in ounces per day. If you weigh 200 lbs., you should drink 100 ounces of water. And make sure you drink the water throughout the day and not just for meals.
Weight loss is a journey and like any journey you might trip somewhere around while pursuing the course, but the important thing is getting up and continuing, no matter what. With persistence any goal is achievable.