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Monday, January 27, 2020

You Can't Exhaust Yourself Into Health

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(Call to Action: time management is healthy.  How are you managing your time?)
Yeah, that's the goofiest saying I just came up with this morning.  

But, people actually do think they can keep going, going, going, and it's no big deal. 

Health is not complicated.  Stop chasing technological miracles and new drugs........Please.....Please.....Please.

You need nerve energy (chiropractic), nutrient energy, and  simple knowledge of mind body healing.  

Here's the scoop:

You need to sleep.  You need a sleep routine.  Training your brain to start relaxing at a designated (and early) bedtime is key.

You must take things off your plate.  Certain foods, yes. But with this scenario, take activities off your plate.  Don't get suckered into that extra task that makes you work late.  Maybe pass on the next volunteering activity.  

If you are so busy that you have let the laundry pile up, let it pile up just for a little bit longer.  I know, some things take all of your time and they might be once a year commitments.  Ok, let the house be messy for a little while as long as you know you'll get to it soon.

But, don't leave your health in the back corner or back burner. 
Remember, "Nobody puts Baby in the corner."  


If you're stuck in an important job, you still need to get your sleep.  Even hospital residents have to keep their hours under control. 

You may think you can push yourself past your limits.  But why?  

You can get more done with a clear thinking brain, rather than a stressed out, multi-tasking brain.  

Your body will tell you when it has had enough.  You may not like it.  

Go be a positive ripple effect in your community.  But do it with a healthy mind-set. 

The B.F.A. Protocol helps your brain health so you can accomplish great things. 

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