Are you tired of feeling tired? Do you want to reclaim the vitality and energy that comes with being young? You can! With a combination of exercise, sleep, nutrition and stress reduction, you'll be back on track to living a long and healthy life.
Exercise & Sleep
Exercise & Sleep
Exercise is important for your physical and mental health. Regular exercise helps to keep your heart healthy, which reduces the risk of heart disease and stroke. It also lowers blood pressure, improves cholesterol levels and decreases stress.
Sleep is important for your mental health. When you don't get enough sleep at night it can affect how well you think during the day, how alert or awake you feel during certain activities (like driving), whether or not you have trouble concentrating on tasks at work/school/home etc., how irritable or depressed people tend to feel when they haven't had enough sleep over an extended period of time (ie: chronic insomnia).
Nutrition & Supplements
Eat a healthy diet.
Eat less sugar, especially processed sugar. Sugar is found in many foods that we don't think of as being sweet, such as bread and pasta.
Check the labels on your favorite products to see how much sugar they contain!
Replace sugar with Swerve, erytritol, stevia, coconut sugar and Xylitol.
Eat more colourful vegetables and fruit--they're rich in antioxidants (which help protect cells from oxidising or literally rusting inside)
Vitamins and minerals that keep you healthy by supporting immune function, brain function
Try adding an extra serving of veggies at each meal or snacktime instead of taking a sugary snack break! You'll feel better for it!
Reduce alcohol consumption - excessive drinking may lead to serious health problems including liver disease or cancer so it's best not too drink alcohol at all
Consume at least 1 gram of protein per pound of your ideal body weight. Have at least 50 grams of protein in your first and last meal to make sure that you maintain and grow your muscles in order to age well.
Stress is a major cause of aging. Stress can lead to weight gain, insomnia and heart disease. It may also be caused by work, relationships or other factors in your life.
Stress reduction is the key to youthful vitality and longevity!
Here are some ways you can reduce stress:
Prime your mind first thing in the morning. Listen to affirmations (positive statements about yourself) on an audio recording every day before going to bed at night as well as during the day when you have time for it;
Read positive self-help books such as "The Secret" or "Think and Grow Rich";
Practice breathing exercises such as deep breathing or laughing out loud;
Take a relaxing magnesium bath;
Get regular exercise, especially yoga & Pilates;
Spend time with friends and family who make you feel good about yourself.
By following these steps, you can regain your youth
You can regain your youth. There are many things you can do to regain your youth, and the first step is to start by following these steps:
Eat healthy foods that are good for you, like vegetables and fruit.
Get plenty of sleep every night (at least 7-8 hours).
Go outside and take in some fresh air every day (even if it's just for a few minutes).
Do grounding or earthing on the soil or a beach for half an hour a day.
Protect your face from the sun
These simple lifestyle changes will help improve your overall health, which will make it easier for you to look younger! You'll feel better too--not only physically but mentally as well. By following these steps, we guarantee that within two weeks' time; people will notice a difference in how young or old they think you look!
You can do this! Don't let anyone tell you that you're too old to look younger--you've got the power in your hands to take control of your health and appearance. Start today by making these changes, and don't stop until they become part of your daily routine.
Vicky has created the Infinite Wellness Programme that allows you to fit all 4 practises within an hour so that you can create daily healthy habits to maintain your youthful vitality. Book a discovery call with her on vickyvortex.com/book-online and explore how you can move forward in your journey towards optimal health.