YORAM YASUR – BE A SELF LOVING PERSON
First of all, listen to your emotions.
We should accept each emotion as a piece of communication.
Emotions can become important guideposts on the journey of self-discovery.
Take responsibility instead of blame: when something negative happens, look for a way to take responsibility instead of looking for someone to blame.
feed your passions and talents.
Allow yourself the space to explore new interests.
Spend time alone.
Teach people how to treat you.
Teach the people around them about their boundaries and, if those are crossed repeatedly, they have the courage to walk away.
Admit your mistakes.
If you feel acceptance of yourself, you will have the power to practice self-improvement without losing self-love.
BE CAREFUL WITH CAFFEINE AND ALCOHOL
Is important to make a physical activity as soon as you wake up.
Try to get a good sleep.
Your body needs to rest in order to give its best potential.
Have a light meal to get a quality sleep.
If you exercise you will sleep better.
Be careful with caffeine and alcohol.
Before grabbing a cup of coffee, drink water or a cup of lemon water.
YORAM YASUR – BE CAREFUL WITH OVERHYDRATION.
Drink water, but do not overhydrate.
drinking more liquids than the body needs can lead to hyponatremia.
it causes blood sodium levels.
symptoms: muscle weakness, nausea, vomiting, confusion, disorientation, headache.
the best recommendation is to drink in response to thirst.
BE CAREFUL WITH SUGAR!
Sugar is not that sweet to your health.
Sugars cause ups and downs in your body energy levels.
Besides, causes health and weight problems.
To reduce sugar intake, you have to cut off desserts, carbonated drinks, and sweets.
And remember that some foods that are not sweet, also contain sugar.
For example bread, cereals, canned food, dressings, ketchup, soy sauce, juices.
You should read the labels to check ingredients, a lot of foods have hidden sugars.
Experts recommend that no more than 10% of calorie intake must come from sugars.
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