Making A Great Impact from Seemingly Small Things
Most of the time, we treat trifling details in our daily grind as negligible and unimportant, and we then move on to focus on what we believe are the most pressing things. So here are examples of what we perceive as unimportant issues but have, actually, made considerable influence in the way we think and act.
Each part of our body was designed to have a purpose and a role to play, such that sleep is a naturally occurring process and a brain function, which contributes by forming new mind thoughts and, at the same time, processes information absorbed in the mind. Sleep is so important that not being able to get a sufficient 8 hours of sleep rest can create a gradual brain malfunction in terms of not being able for the brain to normally perform as designed. On top of being an important part of brain function, long periods of sleep restore and rejuvenate us, helps indirectly the growth muscle, repairs tissue and synthesize hormones – all of which stemmed up from the brain.
Importance of Personal Hygiene
Making a good habit of performing personal hygiene daily is tantamount to maintaining good health and, therefore, simple daily tasks of washing the hands when using the toilet or making/eating food, or handling pets/animals, plants, taking a bath daily, brushing the teeth 2-3 times every day including flossing, can make a tremendous contribution to a healthy body. We reap a better health when we do our part in performing the habit of good hygiene since it does not just keep our body clean and smelling good, but also prevents sickness and infection from bacteria or viruses.
Stress is a mind process which is in response to a pressure situation derived from a difficult experience, such that when this reaction is not contained will ultimately affect the other body parts’ functions. What’s going on in their bodies when people are experiencing stress is that they get these after effect symptoms: fast heartbeat and breathing, headache, back pain, stiff neck or tight shoulders, sweating, and upset stomach or diarrhea. Stress can radically cause so much ill-health damage to the body if it’s not controlled, so much so that it can reach as far as the mind resulting into a panic attack on the part of the person concerned. To avoid stress, here are healthy ways to follow: getting enough sleep, exercise, managing time for work and yourself, making a balance in life, finding your purpose in life, and adopting a healthy lifestyle.
Water reigns over the survival of life, such that without water, there would be no life on earth. The body uses water to help regulate the temperature of the cells, organs, tissues and to maintain other bodily functions. Keeping the body fully hydrated by taking as much water as possible is good for the heart, too. When the body is dehydrated, blood tends to thicken, therefore, causing a resistance to flow, resulting in high blood pressure and a rise in blood cholesterol.
How Important is Air
The human body needs oxygen as an essential element to burn the body’s fuel sources, sugars and fatty acids, in order for the cells to produce energy. Oxygen is taken from the air that we breathe in, and with that as we take in oxygen we also, at the same time release carbon dioxide into the air, which is taken in by the plants during photosynthesis. Just like water, air is equally important for life’s survival.