Linda Lancashire Psychic

Treasure Your Health

Hello Readers,

 

You only get one life, so its vitally important that you take good care of your health, mentally, physically and spiritually. If you treat your body with love and respect, nourish it, feed it, exercise and value it, it will serve you well for decades. However, if you abuse it, be prepared to suffer poor health, a distinct lack of energy and feeling under par, making it difficult to enjoy anything. 

 

Taking better care of your body will make a huge impact on your daily performance both at work and in your personal life. The amount of people I meet who even proudly boast that they ‘don’t do breakfast’, the most important meal of the day, have obviously no idea what harm they are doing to themselves. Then there are the ones who only stuff themselves up with a full breakfast when on holiday, whether they are hungry or not, and then indulge in sugary snacks and junk food throughout the day complaining that they have problems sleeping, mood swings, constipation and bad skin. They skip meals because they think it’s a sure way of losing weight, and yes, to a point, that is true, but when our body and brain is starved of nourishment, it’s difficult to function efficiently, mentally, physically and emotionally, because when blood sugars start to plummet to a very low level we lose our powers of concentration and that is when accidents and arguments most frequently occur. 

 

Not eating properly will eventually affect your looks and cause premature ageing to the whole of your body.  I am a big believer in drinking lots of water, green vegetable juices, always keep a well-stocked fruit bowl, take lots of  vitamins, use tons of body and face moisturiser to feed my skin, both daytime and night time and most importantly, get plenty of rest and sleep. This is imperative if you are going to stay as well as you possibly can.

You don’t need money to keep fit, well and reasonably mobile. You just need to walk. It’s not necessary to spend big money on posh gym membership. All you need to do is walk. There is a gym very near to my home, so ‘The Lulas’ and I walk to the gym and then we walk home again.  It’s that easy. The only difference between walking and paying to go on a treadmill is that whilst walking you are taking in the scenery and perhaps stopping to chat to someone you know, popping into a shop for milk, papers and bread or just strolling along, you are not going round and round like a hamster on a wheel getting nowhere fast, but both ways of exercising are excellent. Anything is better than developing into a lazy couch potato. The Lulas and I take a good walk between 3 and 5 times a day because we need to get out of the house, enjoy a change of scenery and inhale some good oxygen into our blood stream. The Lulas run like the clappers around the field I take them to and I just walk at a nice steady pace. I also swim daily because this keeps me in good physical order. I honestly think my joints would be close to seizing up if I did not do my exercise routine. Those who make excuses about not having enough time for even a little bit of exercise and improving their diet are not doing themselves any favours and will sooner or later pay the price. A person who is too lazy to take care of their health is like a mechanic that is too lazy to take care of his tools. Health is like money, we never have a true value of it until we lose it. From the bitterness of disease, people learn the sweetness of health and what it means to be able to enjoy life.  

 

Eat healthily, sleep well, breathe deeply and move harmoniously. It is health that is real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver. One small positive thought can change your whole day. 

 

Until Next Week,

 

Love and Light,

 

Linda and The Lulas xxx

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