From Action / Starters The benefits of meaningful Rest
We need time off in the dark to prepare our Being for the next day in the Light. When we get overly happy or sad it leads to a cycle that repeats.
What is good Sleep?
Being physically active is important to your physical and mental well-being but proper rest and sleep are equally important.
Our body overhauls us and does very important regenerative work when we rest or sleep. It is essential.
Today’s busy schedules include over reaching our available time leaving important relationships and self work unfinished.
Unfinished business always comes back to bite us. It is best to make a list of above all other lists of what you value the most and what your foundational principles are.
Then it is easy to make time for yourself and the people you care the most about. Self improvement and better relationships are as close as scheduling your time according to your values.
What it does: Aerobic exercise improves circulation, which results in lowered blood pressure and heart rate, Stewart says. In addition, it increases your overall aerobic fitness, as measured by a treadmill test, for example, and it helps your cardiac output (how well your heart pumps). Aerobic exercise also reduces the risk of type 2 diabetes and, if you already live with diabetes, helps you control your blood glucose.
How much: Ideally, at least 30 minutes a day, at least five days a week.
Examples: Brisk walking, running, swimming, cycling, playing tennis and jumping rope. Heart-pumping aerobic exercise is the kind that doctors have in mind when they recommend at least 150 minutes per week of moderate activity.
Your Heart / Blood partnership is vital to your Life, happiness and well being. Keep your blood healthy and hydrated and exercise your Heart for a long and thriving Life – the best Life possible.
BLUE LIGHT AFFECTS YOUR SLEEP. HERE’S WHAT TO KNOW
As a society it is becoming very common to see everyone with an electronic device whether they are young or old. Our devices are able to do everything for us.
They have surpassed the days of simply making calls on the go. They are our planners, our source of entertainment, our navigation system, and so much more. With more exposure to electronic devices people are starting to wonder how our bodies are reacting.