Natural Energy Boosters – 7 Hacks To Turn Up Your Energy Without Caffeine, Sugar or Drugs
- Feeling blaaah?
- Energy up and down, craving junk food, coffee, coke, sugar, gooey cakes and biscuits?
- Dragging yourself through the week feeling meh! Can’t break out of the cycle.
- Need a stiff drink at the end of the day to take away the overwhelm?
- Perhaps you sort of know what you’re meant to be doing, but just can’t bring it all together?
There’s little or no scientific evidence that energy boosters like ginseng, guarana, and chromium picolinate actually work. – Harvard Medical School
You’re not alone. Here are 7 hacks for Natural Energy Boosters! Move out of meeh to magnificent.
Brain Fog Treatment Homeopathy – 8 Causes and 7 Ways To Get Rid Of Brain Fog
Caught yourself saying, “where the hell did I park the car again?”, “what did I come into this room for?”, “where did I put my keys?” of late.
Well, this is a sign of brain fog. Rest assured you’re not alone, I hear it often these days. It can last a few hours, days or weeks, depending on the cause. I liken brain fog to trying to operate through a smokescreen. It’s depleting and physically drains your energy because your just brain isn’t working as well as it should. Everything seems so much harder!
Brain fog isn’t a medical condition itself, but rather a symptom of other medical conditions. It’s a type of cognitive dysfunction – Health Line
Is it time to clear your smokescreen? Read more for Brain Fog Treatment Homeopathy.
Think back over your day so far. How much of it was spent in silence? As in no pumping background music, no chit chat, no incessant mental chatter in your head or a blazing podcast on your headphones. When were you last just in the moment, with the wind on your face appreciating what is with no judgement and feeling truly grateful for the magic of life.
Chances are it’s been a while. It’s a common predicament these days. Often seconds after our alarm goes off, bang we are deep into social media feeds. Listening to music on our commute to work, watching videos at lunch, listening to podcasts on the way home, watching TV during dinner.
Sound familiar? The average person is often deprived of mental and physical silence. We are over-stimulated by a constant bombardment on all our sensory organs. It is the era of sensory overload!
Natural Remedies for Insulin Resistance – Tired, Hungry, Gaining Weight? Want To Learn How To Make It All Stop?
Natural Remedies for Insulin Resistance – Have you been feeling tired, hungry and gaining weight? Hitting a wall in the afternoons and feeling “blahhh” more often than not? Maybe waking at night to go to toilet or feeling thirstier than normal?
These can be common signs of insulin resistance.
Did you know it is estimated 500,000 people in Australia suffer from undiagnosed insulin resistance? Most of them are unaware they have it and it just creeps up on them. I over hear them saying things like, “I think I’m just getting old” and leave it at that, like there is nothing you can do about it.
Well, that’s so not true! And it makes me even more determined to teach you otherwise. In truth, it’s a sign, your blood sugar levels are not as good as they should be. You don’t necessarily have diabetes, but you’re well on the way towards it.
Getting your blood sugar sorted, will mean you have less chance of getting diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, gaining weight or not being able to lose it, polycystic ovarian syndrome, breast cancer, and much more.
Eating in a way that balances your blood sugar, reduces inflammation and oxidative stress, and improves your liver detoxification is the key to preventing and reversing insulin resistance and diabetes. – Huffpost
Good news is, it’s not that hard to manage and heal. Let’s take a look at insulin resistance more closely and some Natural Remedies for Insulin Resistance.
3 Ways To Cut Through Mental Clutter – Today, clarity can be easy to lose, being bombarded with endless stimulus from television, you tube, podcasts, advertising, social media, radio, meetings, work.…….it is the information age. You can feel scattered and overloaded with the endless monkey brain chatter.
An easy way to explain this is, to liken our brains to computers filled with RAM for mental processing. Just like a computer, more applications you run, the slower it gets.
Our brain RAM is used for all kinds things, from thinking, recalling past events, analyzing data, to processing subconscious thoughts. The more RAM you have at your disposal, the more RAM you have to focus on your tasks at hand.
However, not all our RAM is available when we want them. At least half is occupied with mental clutter – thoughts running in the background.