1 . Think about the outcomes you desire – not to focus on what you don’t want, or are afraid of, but to focus on what you DO want. Notice what you say to people, how you talk about what you don’t want or fear, and change that to what you DO want in a positive sense. Make a list of things you want at least once a month, more often if possible. At the end of each month or week, review your list and see what you have accomplished, what you still want and what needs to change. This is a powerful tool if you really engage with the process.
2. Put your body at ease – build up your stress defence shield . When your body is at ease your immune system and mind function better. Protein is a huge part of this – tryptophan is an amino acid which is a precursor to serotonin. Clean, high quality protein is essential. Also, when you crave something sweet, it’s your body asking for protein. So instead of reaching for sugar, go for a protein smoothie and you’ll notice how your whole system will stabilise including your mood and brain fog.
3. Alkalise your body – an acidic body creates acidic thoughts and moods and creates stress. A green veggie juice or a green smoothie is an easy and quick way to get live, green nutrition into your cells, fast! Try Green Alkaliser, Moringa, Barleygrass, Wheatgrass, Spirulina and Chlorella.
5. Laugh and have fun as much as possible – when you realise that the thing you are reacting to is not life-threatening, there’s no hungry lion stalking you, nothing is about to kill you, then you can get yourself into a state where you can laugh at yourself and life. Watch comedies and hang out with people who make you laugh and feel good about life.