Neurological studies show that it takes 6 weeks to develop new neural pathways in the brain in order to program new routines into your life.
This video is about the simple routine I am currently trying to introduce into my life, which I have been requested to share.
Write a simple list of all the things you need to do in your day e.g. eat, sleep, rest, meditate, exercise, vitamins/medication.
Split list into AM & PM tasks e.g. AM: breakfast, shower. PM: exercise, sleep etc
Split each AM & PM list into times e.g. 8am breakfast, vitamins, coffee. 9am shower. 2pm lunch etc
On an A3 piece of paper draw a big grid, as seen in video.
Write list of tasks, in order, down the first column on the left, including specified times.
🔸 Step 6
Stick A3 grid to the wall, somewhere easily accessible.
Attach pen to the wall by A3 grid, so you always have a pen to hand, as shown in video.
Set alarms on your phone for all the specified times on the grid so you remember to carry out tasks.
As you complete tasks tick them off in relevant box.
At the end of the day jot down the number of tasks you’ve accomplished in the day.
Congratulate yourself on how well you’ve done 👏
🔹Always include something you enjoy to do in the first 30minutes of the day to start your day happily.
🔹Rest and sleep is incredibly important for brain development, so make sure you rest.
🔹Never feel guilty for taking breaks at work, because if you got knocked down by a bus, your job would be in the paper quicker than your obituary (The Rock).
🔹Keep a different list of “weekly tasks” to choose from during your “activity” times.
🔹 It was been scientifically proven that water, cardiovascular exercise, and blueberries, help with brain development (neurogenesis/neurogenesis).
🔹”The Clean” is a weightlifting exercise that uses practically all the muscles in your body, as demonstrated in the video below. Then, when I’ve raised the bar, I lower it onto my shoulders and do 5 squats. I repeat this 20 times.
Weight bearing exercises are great for your bones.
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