MY THINKING: Firstly, the most important factor is our mental health. The World Health Organisation (WHO) “There is no health without mental health.” Depression and anxiety affect our ability to participate in healthy behaviour.
MY EATING: It’s very common for deep ingrained habits around food to be still with us as adults. Food was often used as a reward, sometimes subconsciously we may still do that if we feel down. We go to the fridge for a treat almost on automatic pilot.
MY ENVIRONMENT: It is possible that your environment seems not to be conducive to creating the right atmosphere for your well being. Mindfulness can most certainly help you regain control to establish feeling more empowered in all situations.
MY MOVEMENT: It’s clear our present lifestyle is not always supplying the right level of movement to be healthy. We drive to work, in some cases we sit at a desk all day. We do need to supplement our work habits with activities we enjoy, walking is still an excellent way to stay healthy and in an enjoyable way.
MY SLEEPING: The last of the five pillars, but so important to our overall well being. This is a critical restorative phase for the body and mind. The evidence is overwhelming that lack of sleep will lead to depression and other ailments if left unchecked.
Mindfulness can lead to the full restoration of your ability to intelligently use you emotions in a way that is always beneficial for you. So we do urge you to check out mindfulness it has the capacity to give you all you need for a full and healthy life.
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