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I read a great article today on Forbes.com about how to make some mindset changes to improve your overall health. These are some great things to consider in your everyday habits. I have summarized David DiSalvo’s article here with some of my own opinions and suggestions that I am trying.
1. Change your “vacation can wait” mindset.
The “I need a vacation…” mindset can be something that goes months if not years before we actually take one. The workplace will do just fine without you for a couple weeks. Vacations may lower risk of metabolic syndrome, a condition strongly linked to type 2 diabetes, heart disease and stroke.
2. Shift your breathing focus.
Focusing more closely on our breathing comes with a list of science-backed health benefits, including lower heart rate, blood pressure, reduced stress response, and even a boosted immune system…
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