Get those endorphins going
Health experts call endorphins “feel-good hormones.”
Endorphins are natural chemicals released by the brain that improve your mood, relieve pain, reduce stress, and produce an overall feeling of well-being.
They also help you sleep better.
The easiest way to get your body to release endorphins is to exercise.
Even a moderate workout eases tension and improves mental and physical health.
More vigorous exercise really gets those endorphins going.
The positive effect of endorphins can last for several hours, according to some endocrinologists.
Of course, you should always check with your health care provider before starting a vigorous exercise program
Get 30 minutes of exercise every day
Regular physical activity decreases the risk of death from heart disease, lowers the risk of developing diabetes, and is associated with a decreased risk of colon cancer. It also helps prevent high blood pressure and helps you lose weight and keep it off.
Think of yourself as an active person.
Make physical activity a part of your everyday routine. Go for brisk walks. Ride a bike. Dance. Do chores around the house and in the yard. Take the stairs instead of the elevator. Rake leaves.
Get 30 minutes of activity that makes you breathe harder, on most or all days of the week. If you can’t be active for 30 minutes all at once, get at least 10 minutes of endurance activity at a time.
Make the most of your commute
Use your commuting time to relax, feel good, and make the transition from home to work and back.
Listen to books on tape. You might listen to a novel, language tapes, or an inspirational recording. Many public libraries have audio books.
Be a discriminating listener. Avoid radio shows that make you feel annoyed and that waste your time.
Spend some time in silence. Revisit your day, think about what’s ahead, and spend time in your thoughts.
If possible, commute with someone you like one or two days a week.
If you can, take public transportation. Use the time to read and reflect on your day.
Start your morning off right
Breakfast boosts memory, improves your mood, and can help control your weight.
A number of research studies have found that students who eat breakfast score higher on tests.
The same is true for adults. People who eat breakfast also are generally thinner.
Start the day with a healthy breakfast like high-fiber cereal or oatmeal and a glass of juice.
If you’re not much of a breakfast eater, try having a “smoothie” for your morning meal-blend a banana, low-fat yogurt, and orange juice together.
New research shows eating a nutritious breakfast every morning may improve memory in healthy elderly people. – https://www.alzheimersupport.com/
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