Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Auto Injury, Atlanta Whilpash Doctor

Daily Procedures Overview This is just an overview, please read each individual section.
1. Start the day with relaxed thought and prayer.
Start off by saying, “This is the day the Lord has made; I will rejoice and be glad in it.”. Spend approximately 20 seconds relaxing; calm your mind, close your eyes, and take 5 deep breathes. Then give thanks for all the blessings God has provided you and your family. Next, think while visualizing what you want your day to be like. Open your eyes and look at your “prayer board”. Ask God, if it is his will, to give you the strengthen and wisdom to accomplish your goals. End by saying the prayer you picked out, thinking about the meanings of the words as you pray. It is important that your prayers and daily actions match.

2. Avoid unhealthy or pain generating factors.
Trauma, smoking, alcohol, poor sleeping, poor ergonomics, pollution, high stress, toxins, poor diet, lack of exercise, obesity, negativity, addictions and many other factors are unhealthy and result in pain. By avoiding the pain triggers or causes of pain, you will have less pain and a healthier body. Stop abusing your body.

3. Promote a health body and tissue building foods.
Your diet is everything you put into your body including; food, drinks, vitamins and pills. It is widely accepted that your diet can cause inflammation and pain. You want to avoid chemicals that cause inflammation or pain and consume only chemicals that promote healthy tissue. Also, remember your body is mostly water, not soda, tea, coffee or juice. Waste elimination, oxygen and sleep also promote healthy tissue. Treat you body like a temple.

4. Promote proper posture, motion, and strengthening.
Your body was made to move. Motion is needed for joint health, muscle health, ligament health, blood flow, organ function, and much more. Remember, “use it or lose it“. Do your daily procedures.

5. Good daily living, developing the habits of happiness and self confidence.
You are in control of your life. Each day work to develop your good habits and break your bad habits. Many times we are addicted to things and do not even know it. Develop the habits of service, gratitude, wellness, opportunity and confidence. Laughter is also very important in developing the happiness habit.

6. Daily mental exercise and building your “Neuro Network”.
Your brain is like a muscle. The more you use it the stronger it gets, the less you use it the weaker it gets. Your “neuro network” is your mental road map. Over your lifetime your brain collects information and uses this information to make judgments and decisions. Use neuroplasticity to build your “neuro network” to serve you well and to break unwanted habits or addictions. Also remember that your thoughts and prayers have power.

7. End the day with relaxed thought or prayer.
Spend approximately 30 seconds relaxing; calm your mind, close your eyes, and take 5 deep breathes. Think of the following words; love, forgiveness, tranquility and faith. Give praise and thanks for the day you had. Think about what you want tomorrow to be like. Ask God for the strengthen and wisdom to do his will. End by saying your personal prayer, thinking about the meanings of the words as you pray.

8. Proper sleep.
Sleep is one of the most important of the body’s functions. Go to sleep with a peaceful mind and pleasant thoughts. Do not fall asleep with the television on. Use your restful sleep strategies.

9. Breaking the pain habit.
What is causing the pain? Tell the pain to go away, and that there is nothing life threatening wrong. Learn to turn off your pain alarm system. Use your pain relief strategies.

10. Break the habits of stress, depression, fear, anger, anxiety or sadness.
Step away from the situation, take a deep breath and use your coping strategies. “I will not let my emotions effect my health or cause me to make bad decisions.”

I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand. Confucius
Health is the result of thinking and acting in a certain way. Wallace D Wattles