7 habits you must break, in order to be young at 50

7 habits you must break, in order to be young at 50

“I used to…” is how we typically begin when recounting an experience that started off on the wrong foot and ended happily. The same stereotype is followed by the anonymous user who shared his own experience on the personal development site conscience-et-eveil-spirituel.com: “Here are the seven habits I had to change so I can feel younger at 50 than I used to feel at 30”, says the user before starting his demonstration.

“When I was 30 years old, I used to feel tired all day long and drink a lot of coffee so I could stay awake. Today, although I have reached my 50’s, I have loads of energy and I am a lot healthier, a lot stronger. You would think it is natural to have more energy when you are young, but lo and behold: this was not the case with me! Though I am much older today, I feel a lot younger than I did three decades ago. There is no magic involved: I just made a few changes in my habits and my diet.”

1. I used to…

… have a hard time waking up in the morning and I drank lots of coffee so I could get myself going. At noon I felt exhausted, and around 4 p.m., if I didn’t get the chance to drink one more cup of coffee, I needed an energy bar. Now I wake up around the same time of the day and, as soon as I jump out of bed, I am “ready for action”. My day starts at 7 o’clock in the morning and ends at 11 o’clock in the evening. I quit drinking coffee a long time ago. Now all I drink is tea or water, and afternoon fatigue has been off the map for a long time. I boost my energy enjoying a cup of black tea in the morning, green tea in the afternoon, and a flavored, relaxing herbal infusion in the evening.

2. I used to…

… feel tired and drowsy after having lunch on the run, staring into the computer’s screen, and I desperately wanted to be able to afford a break so I could take a catnap. Now I detach myself from all my daily problems and I have lunch quietly. No e-mails, no phone calls, no discussions about work. I carefully chew each mouthful at least 20 times. (Do not laugh! It is a salutary habit for your digestive system – I am sure you have heard that a good digestion starts… in the mouth). And my vegetarian diet provides me with all the energy I need, even more.

3. I used to…

… feel confused, unable to concentrate. Now sugar and wheat are no longer part of my diet, which is based on vegetables and whole grain cereals, rich in complex carbohydrates. As a result, I feel brisker and I can stay alert for longer times.

4. I used to…

… suffer from joint pains, knee pains and a general feeling of exhaustion. Today I have managed to reduce the inflammatory processes in my body by completely eliminating meat from my diet in favor of foods based on plants with anti-inflammatory properties.

5. I used to…

… to have a dull skin. Today, I use only paraben-free cosmetics. Now I have a clean and bright skin. Moreover, having eliminated the dairy products and wheat from my diet, I have come to have a softer skin, which makes me feel so young… at the age of 50!

6. I used to…

… feel bloated, making a formidable “gas factory”. You can imagine how cumbersome and moody that made me feel. Not even the workout sessions at the gym could make me feel livelier. Now I have thrown away all prejudice, I don’t care a straw about body weight standards, I just feel perfect, I feel light and nimble in my own body. Oh, I almost forgot to tell you the “secret”: I replaced workout sessions with daily yoga practice. Not necessarily for exactly an hour a day, but as much as time as I can afford. You know what they say: the half is more than the whole. And one more thing, at least as efficient: I walk my dog for two hours a day, no matter what the weather is like.

7. I used to…

… feel nervous and stressed. Now I can’t even remember what I was going through and why. I am the most self-composed and serene person I could have ever imagined. That is most of the time. Because I would be lying if I didn’t admit that, well, occasionally, I still have moments when I feel overwhelmed by stress and anxiety. But now I know how to deal with them so that I can regain my balance and tranquility. I practice meditation and I schedule short breaks during the day, when I disengage myself from my usual worries – work, domestic chores, children – retreating to a corner of my mind and soul for a meeting with myself. A few minutes are more than enough!”

That’s right, dear reader! It is more than enough to reprogram ourselves now, when we are in our 20’s, 30’s or 40’s, in order to be young at 50. If, in addition to the 7 changes presented above, you would like to try a deep regeneration and rejuvenation therapy, I invite you to discover the effects of Bio Synergy, a unique technology created for improving your health and the quality of your life. The key to change is always in your hands. Find all the details about this revolutionary regeneration and rejuvenation technology here:
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