I am often asked, "How do I boost my energy and mind naturally and organically, for optimum performance?"
As a small business owner, I work full time and am on the go throughout the week and most weekends. Running a small business demands a great deal of mental and physical energy. Because of this, I stay mentally sharp and productive by making smart choices. These following tips are just a few ways I've found to be most effective.
How to boost your energy and mind naturally and organically.
In order to meet the demands of a busy life, it's crucial for me to maintain an even keel. Nevertheless, I am also aware that I must get enough rest and take time out for myself. My emphasis is on taking time out for myself.
I have tried numerous supplements, diets, and exercise programs over the years. As a result, all I can say is that it has for me become somewhat of an art form. As a result, I have learned how to balance my responsibilities continuously and find time for everything in my life.
It doesn't matter whether you're a busy parent, have a full-time job or are retired. Our eating, exercising, and sleeping habits should be in harmony with our lifestyle, not the other way around.
Thus, I believe the most important factor when it comes to developing a health, fitness, beauty, diet, or any other program is that it resonates with you and your lifestyle.
You will be more likely to follow a program if you take this into consideration and do what works for you.
Three Key Factors to adopting a lifestyle that boosts your energy and mind naturally and organically.
Keeping a routine will keep you on track! When we are regular and in our practice, this will help us be consistent. It is with consistency that we can reap the fruits of our efforts.
2. Love what you do.
The second most vital aspect is to love what you do. When we are passionate about something, and look forward to doing it, we are unwavering and will not waver.
3. Keep it Simple
Last but not least, keep it simple! By simplifying our program/routine, it is much easier to stay on course when life speeds up.
After years of trial and error, I found what works best for me to boost my energy: eating a highly nutritious diet and sleeping well. By creating routines for myself, I was able to achieve my goals and achieve the balance that I required for a happy and healthy life. Pure essential oils, superfoods, quality sleep, and regular exercise are what I do. It isn't always easy, and I understand that. Breaking everything down was one way I could fit it all into my crazy life. Specifically, that means identifying the area I need help with and starting there.
Breaking it down
My first priority was to improve my sleep quality. I identified my bed as the most important consideration. Having researched the best bed, I purchased it. The difference in my sleep quality was definitely worth the price. After I had conquered my sleep dilemma, I assessed the second area of concern, stress and tension.
Stress and Tension
Being an aromatherapist, I knew exactly how to handle stress and tension
Essential oils are my go-to for just about everything. I feel essential oils are the best ways to balance, revive and nourish your body. They have a fantastic ability to support health and wellbeing while also providing you with a natural alternative to many medications.
My favourite ways to benefit from essential oils are to diffuse them, spray them and rub them on. Whenever I create a blend, I strive for simplicity and multifunctionality.
To create a balancing and harmonious infusion, I use only organic therapeutic oils.
Foods that contain high levels of nutrients, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, etc. help maintain a healthy body.
In most grocery stores, you can find spinach, kidney beans, black beans, soybeans, and berries, such as blueberries, cranberries, strawberries, and blackberries. Other superfoods include broccoli, brussels sprouts, cauliflower, and leafy greens such as spinach, kale, collard greens, and Swiss chard.
The Science of Superfoods
Scientists tout the health benefits of phytochemicals and micronutrients, where so-called superfoods excel. These foods contain antioxidants and are a concentrated source of vitamins, minerals, and amino acids.
As more research continues to link superfoods to a wide range of health benefits, new superfoods are being found faster than you can say "goji berry". Science didn't introduce superfoods to traditional cultures until 3000 to 4000 years ago, when protein-rich quinoa became a staple of Andean diets in Ecuador, Bolivia, Peru, and Colombia.
Take chocolate, for example (ha, ha, well if you insist!): the flavonoids found in cocoa and chocolate have been connected to a sense of wellbeing. In Europe, historical documents from the 17th century pointed to chocolate's potential to benefit health.
Before celebrating that great news by sinking your teeth into a family-sized bar, be aware that many healthful flavonoids don't survive the processing involved in making today's favourite snacks. Raw cacao contains the highest amount of flavonoids - it's chocolate at its purest and, some claim, most delicious.
Out of everything, getting daily exercise is the most difficult. For me, it's not a physical issue but a mental one. I have to will myself to do it. Here's a trick I found that helps. I say to myself, "just do a few minutes". Once I start, I am keen to do more after a few minutes. The other little tip is that I have created a workout program for myself made up of all the stretches, cardio and weight training I like doing. I found that when I was trying to work out from someone else's program, it didn't work for me.
Sleep plays a massive role in our health and wellbeing because it helps us heal our bodies at night when we're not active or awake. We need sleep to recuperate from stressful situations during the day, so make sure you get enough sleep every night! Sleeping well is one of the most beneficial things you can do to be healthy and feel good. Your body works when you're asleep, restoring itself, repairing damage, and so on. The body must sacrifice one of these functions if you don't get enough sleep. Your body often offers to repair muscles and tissues when you've had an injury. A prolonged recovery can be painful and frustrating as a result. In addition to keeping your body and brain refreshed, sleep keeps you alert during the day. Without sleep, you may feel a foggy or dull mental state that makes it hard to concentrate or think clearly. Lack of quality sleep is worse for you than lack of food or water for short times, so aim for 7-8 hours each night.
I hope this article helps you find your path to boost your energy & mind naturally and organically. It is my experience that finding the proper diet, an exercise program, maintaining quality sleep and using essential oils and aromatherapy in your life are vital to a healthy body and mind.
My advice is to find out what works best for you and listen to your body. It will never lie to you.
All the best on your journey to boost your energy and mind naturally and organically. Remember to eat well, sleep sound, breathe deep, move your body and love your way to a more healthy, vibrant you!