Stop Already! You are driving yourself nuts with all of the information, data, facts, statistics, reports and materials that you are reading. It is too much.
By being constantly bombarded with facts, opinions and data, 2 things happen:
a. Your heart is forced to work harder by a part of the brain called the cerebellum is weakened due to overwork and undernourishment. The cerebellum is the “battery pack of the brain” and your brain fog, forgetfulness or depression is the end result of this.
b. The liver gets congested with too much information, creating excessive heat. The heat irritates the heart and causes it to overwork, creating a pattern of fatigue, insomnia, obsessive thinking and depression.
Here is what you need.
There was a doctor from the U of PA, Lyle Ungar who did extensive work on life expectancy and came up with this simple list of factors for staying healthy.
1. Don’t smoke. If you do, set up an appointment with me via Skype and I guarantee you that you will stop.
2. Do not drive drunk.
3. Wear a seat belt.
4. Exercise more.
5. Cultivate a healthy relationship.
6. Eat well most of the time.
Yes, that is the entire list. 6 simple, practical and doable pieces of information. Knowing this, you now have a new mission — take ONE FULL DAY OFF from all information. 24 hours.
No tweeting, textings, listening to talk radio, TV or anything of this nature. One full day.
Some of you will do this . . and experience the best day you have had in a long time.
Some of you will not. You are addicted and if you are addicted to one thing, you are most likely addicted to another. You need to sign up for my online wellness school. In the next few weeks, I will be teaching how to break the addiction cycle and establish healthy habits.
CLICK here and sign up. It is inexpensive and filled with exceptional information. You need it. Now, take action. You are worth it.