Helpful Tips to stop procrastination in lock-down
In the surreal times that we are living in, now here are some helpful tips to try to stop the fatigue and procrastination of isolation.
Planning your day and setting goals.
At the beginning of your day sit down five minutes, and write out a list of things that you want to achieve in that day, what you are doing is basically right in the contract yourself of what you want to do during that day. You could even put a time plan to or just break it down into morning afternoon and evening. This is a good way of breaking up your day, so that days just don’t blend into one. Maybe at the beginning of the week write a list of goals that you want to achieve. In polar time limit to these. Is a really good idea as well to maybe do a menu for the week.
Nose breathing is the best technique of breathing. Because this puts the correct amount of oxygen in your body and in your brain. And by doing this you will feel less anxious or stressed. Just take five minutes a day and get grounded and skews breathing techniques. This will set you up for the day what you need to do is sit down use the grounding techniques below an endless brief in through your nose for four seconds in this breathing you are going right into your belly then hold it for seconds, then breathe out of your nose for seven seconds (the longer the better ) then hold that for four seconds and carry on. Your nose especially designed to breathe through and in this process of breathing through your nose your nose sets of nitric oxide which purifies the air that is going into your body. In cleaning the oxygen going into your body this is good for your main system.
Just take five minutes in the morning after you get up and sit down and ground yourself. This exercise it is sitting down in a comfortable chair putting your feet flat on the floor your hands by your side and just imagine this your feet developed roots just like a tree and they are spreading using the breathing technique above breathing in the light from the roots on the floor your feet. And then breathe out through your nose passing all that bad and negative energy through your mouth and back into the ground for your feet do this process for about five minutes. Just focus on your breathing and if your mind wanders to spring back to your breathing. Then at the end of the session searcher attentions for the day.
any exercise is good, and this will help you get motivated and keep you active by using all your body. This could be walking which is a good source of meditation and reflection. Gardening is good as well for your soul and from my fondness and to do those tasks in the garden that you’ve been trying to put off does now is a great time to do it. There are plenty of online fitness regimes or yoga classes that you can investigate. What you want to do is dedicate 10 minutes or an hour or two into your daily reading so there is more timetabled and then you will feel a sense of achievement.
Tips on eating you want to try to eat as healthy as possible, having a balanced diet not binge eating. It is good to make a menu for the week. Look at foods that are good for your immune system like, and foods that make you feel happy say this will help you with stress. The following food types and ingredients what a really good for your immune system and help to prevent stress.
Vitamins C : antioxidants,
Healthier immune system, bones, teeth, gums, cartridge, connected tissue, healing.
Foods; cherries, sweet peppers, kale, parsley, leafy vegetables, broccoli, watercress, strawberries, papaya, oranges, grapefruit, cabbage, lemon juice, elderberries, liver, mangoes, asparagus, oysters, radishes, roars brewers.
ADI 75- 125 mg
Blood clotting, calcium metabolism, blood sugar balance, healthy lungs, bones, skin, bacterial system in the gut.
Foods: broccoli, lettuce, cabbage, liver, spinach, watercress, asparagus, cheese, butter, oats, peas, whole-wheat, green beans, pork, eggs, kelp.
ADI 70- hundred and 50 ug SR 1-20mg
Essential fatty acids and omega oils:
Regulates inflammations, healthier blood coagulation, brain function, nervous system, eyes, skin, joints, hormones, hearts and circulation.
Foods; fish liver oil, oily fish, milk, cheese, linseed oil, hemp seeds oil, canola, soya oil, walnut oil, black currant seed oil,
3-8% of calories
Phosphorus: healthier bones, calcium, I and a and DNA synesis, energy.
Foods; brewer’s yeast, wheat bran and wheat germ, pumpkin seeds, Brazil nuts, sesame seeds, dried beans, omens, cheese, rye, peanuts, cashew nuts, liver, scallops, milled barley, seaweed, chicken, brown rice, eggs, garlic, crab, mushrooms, milk
ADI 800 mg SR 400- 3000mg
key ingredients for healthier nervous system: Coco, Berry’s dark fruits, eggs, kale, lentils, macro, salmon, spinach, sweet potatoes, quinoa.