From the moment we wake, we should be thinking of ourselves and how to bring ourselves into the world without a drastic jerk, from our quiet hours of sleep, as I have made it my business to learn as much as I can recently regarding the heart, I have been told that the heart is particularly sensitive during the morning hours, in fact, there are more heart attacks during this time, than any other ? We should be more aware of how to wake our little hearts with respect and loving care.
Let’s take a look, as we are now aware, the first hours are the most delicate , a good start is with tea, and more so green tea, as the leaves of this tea are not fermented they hold their qualities better, which give us more positive results in our cardio health, it reduces cholesterol and the risk of a stroke. It is sufficient to drink one or two cups a day.
For those of you that need that coffee kick in the morning, it is fine to have coffee, but just do not over do it, a cup of coffee in the morning will get you going and will not give you palpitations, as you may have heard.
To move or pedal on a bicycle is excellent exercise and can reduce your chance of a heart attack by 11 to 18% .It is sufficient to pedal half an hour a week to give you heart protection, although the perfect thing would be every morning.
Did you know that if you own a dog, your heart will be stronger and your immune system more resistant, when you own a dog, you stand the chance of having a 53% more active life, walking and playing with your pet, they are also great friends against stress.
Take your blood pressure, on a regular basis but don’t become obsessed with it, if you are taking medication for this a reading of 14/9 should be your limit.
Energy drinks can affect your heart pace, if you take more than two cans a day, if you wish to make your own isotopic drink you can use 850ml of water, 50g of sugar, 100ml of natural lemon juice, & 2g of salt. This is rich in sodium, potassium and magnesium, if you don’t abuse this it has no side effects.
If you suffer from high blood pressure, cholesterol or diabetes do not take a calcium supplement, you can have calcium directly from food, but it is not recommended as a supplement.
Living as close as you can to nature is always a big plus, but if you live in the city, try to find times to visit parks or green areas, this will reduce your stress levels and relax your mind.
Be very aware of your breathing ,insufficient breathing effects your lungs, oxygen in blood and your circulation.
Brooke Universal Coaching.