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5 Tips To Help You Live A Healthy Lifestyle

Written by: Sara Garofalo, Executive Contributor

Executive Contributors at Brainz Magazine are handpicked and invited to contribute because of their knowledge and valuable insight within their area of expertise.


"Wellness encompasses a healthy body, sound mind, and a tranquil spirit. Enjoy the journey as you strive for wellness" ‒Laurette Gagnon Beaulieu. This quote can remind us that our bodies are similar to working mechanics; when one function is overwhelmed, the entire body can be thrown out of balance. To be out of balance you’ll notice increased irritability, and weaker immune systems, and from the outside, you’ll instantly notice skin irritation. So here are some tips to help you live a healthy lifestyle to ensure equilibrium.

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To recharge and Restore

In today's fast-paced life, taking time to ourselves to care and slowdown has heavily been disadvantaged. When you take time to act out of self-care, you promise increased memory retention, faster learning capabilities, energy, life expectancy, and much more. A great way to recharge is to get outside, take a nap, be creative, work on a hobby, or do anything that increases your serotonin for the good of all and harm to none.

Move your body

Everyone knows it; however, it cannot be stressed enough how important it is to move our bodies daily. Go for walks, run, hit the gym, and take up rock climbing. There are so many ways we can stay active, and thankfully there is an activity for everyone's liking. Stay active for 30 minutes a day, and you'll notice an improvement in your mental health, balanced hormones, an increase in gut health, and a mutable physique.

Exercise your mind

The brain is a muscle; the brain is our most intelligent muscle, the one that controls all functions of the body, therefore, our decisions as well. In 2022 and recent years following, we have struggled with electronic addictions, and unfortunately, electronics do not exercise our brains in the ways we need. When you train your cognitive abilities, your brain becomes sharper and quicker, and your memory improves. You'll notice your emotional well-being becoming balanced. Some activities to try are at least 10 mins of meditation a day, journaling, reading, puzzles, and learning something new to achieve the benefits.

Spiritual well-being

In life, every single one of us is bound at some point to search for our meaning and purpose. When spiritually healthy, we move through life with connection and drive as we've never experienced before—making decisions out on our well-being, ethics, and beliefs, all done with clarity. Spiritual well-being can be a religion for some and energy for others, where there is no limit to what you can believe in. You can participate with affirmations, meditations, and a unique practice that is sacred to you.

Eating Intuitively

There are thousands of diets women try and then give up, none of which feel natural and good for the body. You can barely determine what you feed your body much more than satisfying your hunger. Leave your eating habits up to what you crave, you may crave processed sugars and foods at first, but your body will eventually lead you to a balanced diet tailored to your needs precisely.

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Sara Garofalo, Executive Contributor Brainz Magazine

Sara Garofalo is a certified Intuitive Health and Life Coach, and Certified Ayurveda Counselor, helping HSP women to get to the root cause of their weight gain and break free from emotional pain through a mind-body-soul transformation.

Sara’s goal is to help women break unhealthy patterns and become more intuitive about their bodies through a sustainable holistic approach.

With her Intuitive Gifts and Healing sessions, Sara has been helping women heal from the deepest traumas and roadblocks stored in the body that are preventing women from becoming the healthiest version of themselves.



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