If you don't think your anxiety, stress, and sadness impact your physical health, think again. Mind and Body go hand in hand. If your mind is suffering, the body suffers too. If your body is suffering, your mind will suffer too.
Hands up if you had a McDonalds, and then the next day .... another McDonalds or similar. You feel annoyed with yourself, then to feel better you buy yourself some chocolate. I am guilty of just that.
Hands up if you chose ”comfort eating" after a “break up” or a sad/ stressful time in your life? The mind and body are complimenting each other. It's ok until that "comfort eating" becomes a habit.
The law of attraction then becomes a part in the process, and it means the junk food has affected your mindset. This is a dangerous slope to find yourself on. Switching that mindset is down to you, you are in control of your own mind. It's your choice. Only you can take yourself onto a healthier path with a better diet and a healthier body.
The mind is so powerful that it has control over your body and your life. What you feed your mind is what you will achieve. Stress, depression, and anxiety have major effects on us as human beings. Coping mechanisms and mindset changes will make a significant difference to your life and to your body.
Exercising your body is crucial for a happy life. Whether that is power walking, running, aerobics, spinning, yoga or.... wait for it ... ZUMBA .... it is best to exercise at least three times a week. It not only makes you look and feel good, it clears your mind and helps your thoughts become clearer. Life can be busy, life can be tough, but I am a firm believer that exercise and mindfulness takes the pain away.
To enjoy the glow of good health, you must exercise!