Tiredness a is part of life for many of us. Children, work, unexpected surprises and circumstances as well as unwanted stress and anxiety can all rob us of one of the most important things we need in our lives: sleep. Sleep has more benefits than you may realize, so before you binge watch a new series on Netflix tonight, remember that sleep can benefit you more and in many ways. Here are five benefits of sleep.
I don’t read many books on health. A while back, however, I came across The Truth About Cancer and decided to read it. I was interested in it because cancer is one of the top killers in the modern age. More personally, my mom passed away because of cancer. I also have two friends who passed away because of cancer at the young age of 32 and 33.
Note: This post is written by Alex Moore In our fast-paced, always-on society, sleep can feel like an enormous waste of time. With so much pressure to get ahead, work hard, and put in as many productive hours as humanly possible, it might feel hard to justify spending an entire third of every single day lying in bed doing nothing.
It’s great to feel energized throughout the day. You will work with focus and enthusiasm. You will get more done in less time. You will also feel happy about your day. It’s a great state of being. Now, I want to admit that I don’t always feel energized. There are days when I feel the opposite. But I’m glad that there are more good days than bad ones, and along the way I learned some lessons on how to feel energized. Without further ado, here are six things you should do to feel energized throughout the day.
Note: This post is written by Olympia Powell It is no secret that leading an active lifestyle is great for your overall health. However, you may be interested in the specific mental and physical benefits you receive when you are remaining active. Since physical activity engages your entire mind and body, there are several positive benefits you will notice when you lead an active lifestyle. Mental Health Benefits Once you begin any physical activity, your mind is also getting a great workout so to say. There are several ways your mind will benefit from staying active. Some of the mental health benefits include:
We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit. ~ Aristotle Your habits play an important role in your life. Having good habits will lead you to an effective life. Having bad habits, on the other hand, will lead you to failures. So it’s essential that you build good habits. Scott Adams once said that “Losers have goals and winners have systems.” But what systems do you need to have? Well, I believe that one of them is a habit-building system. The reason? Because good habits don’t happen automatically.