Indeed, words are powerful.
We have traced our thoughts to words; our words to actions; our actions to habits; our habits become our character.
“A French study showed that listening to relaxing music before surgery was more effective at reducing anxiety than a sedative medication. These are other incredible health benefits of music.
When you want dessert, take a bite or two of the good stuff. Susan B. Roberts, coauthor of a Tufts University study on cravings, finds that people who manage their weight best happily succumb at times.
A study by the Albert Einstein College of Medicine found that dancing reduced the risk of dementia more than any other type of physical activity. Why? Learning new steps improves intellectual fitness, and if you dance with a group or a partner, you’re being social.
Turns out carrots are not the best food for your vision. the nutrients in eggs—lutein, vitamin E, and omega-3s— are especially good for your eyes and may help prevent age-related macular degeneration, cataracts, and other chronic diseases.
Walking barefoot reduces the load on knee joints by 12 percent compared with walking in comfortable shoes, and it may also minimize pain and disability from osteoarthritis. That’s the finding of a study from Rush University Medical Center of 75 people with osteo-arthritis. A later study found that ‘mobility shoes,’ which are flat and flexible to mimic bare feet, reduced the load even more (by 18 percent) when worn for six months or more.”
I ask you…
Are you listening, enjoying, dancing, seeing and walking?
Are you getting to happy?
Let’s “speak” it into our lives;
let’s do it together … just for the fun of it!
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