Did You Know?
Getting Enough Sleep can aid in weight loss. Aim for seven to eight hours per night. Going to bed and waking up at the same time everyday will help train your body clock - which will make it easier to go to sleep at night. I personally do not get enough sleep. I have suffered with insomnia since I was 15 years old. I just wonder what would change if I did get sufficient sleep.
Stress can make you fat. Secreting too much of the stress hormone cortisol can increase appetite (the body is trying to attain energy to manage the crisis). Cortisol causes the extra weight to settle around your stomach, and fat around the belly is linked with heart attacks and strokes. Exercise is the best cure for stress. Exercise releases endorphins, improves your mood, helps you sleep better and can clear the mind of worries.
Tomato Juice in place of your sports drink can help
post work-out inflammation.
Social Networking temporarily causes you to feel more connected to friends and family and gives your self-esteem a boost. Unfortunately, there is a down side. It decreases self-control. One study showed that people who browsed for five minutes were more likely to choose an unhealthy snack after, than those who spent the same amount of time scanning a news site. Don't worry, there's no need to stop surfing altogether - just stay away when your hungry, since that is when our will power is at it's lowest.
Eating With Chopsticks makes a meal an event, slows you down and helps prevent overeating.
Getting Off Your Bottom for about one additional hour a day can decrease stress, heighten your mood, energy, focus and productivity.