With all dedication and work ethic, I kept going until I reached my goal. The moment that shaped me in my life and had a positive impact on me was me losing weight and getting into a healthy life style. I wanted to lose my weight and get healthy because running a mile or doing intense physical activity, I would get tired and it was a hard task to perform compare to all my peers so I was tired of getting tired so quickly. Something had to be done about it and action was necessary regardless of any circumstances. So I started a program for working out by myself every day, I told myself no matter what, I have to work out and make it a daily routine in my life just like
Our heart is almost the size of our clenched fist and just like any other muscle in our body; it also needs a proper diet and regular exercising along with a proper hygiene for its functioning. Exercises like running, swimming, circuit racing are important to inculcate in our lives to keep our hearts pumping. Walking on a treadmill may also be quite beneficial to you as it eliminates the need to go out in open and instead you can enjoy exercising from your home itself. Many people often have a laid back attitude towards exercising and walking because of the weather conditions. Weather is at its best only for a small portion of the year while for the rest of the time it is followed by rain, snow, heat strokes or sleet.
First, after I got into the habit of staying up, I often felt sleepy and sometimes lacked concentration during the daytime. Second, I missed the time when I still maintained the habit of not staying up. During that period, I was more energetic and I could handle my workload better because of enhanced concentration capability. Since at the beginning of the
That’s what makes being a Physical Therapist so great; the atmosphere is always positive because everyone is trying to improve, even if a little help is needed. I use the knowledge I learned in college and even when I was a patient to give my patients the best care possible for their specific injuries. When my patients are finally recovered, I get an amazing feeling because I helped them get back on their feet, sometimes literally. I was once in the shoes of my patients. The summer before eleventh grade, I broke my ankle and I was determined to get better as fast as I could.
Additionally, This will help us from becoming unfocused, breaks help us retain more information, and having shorter breaks help you stay on schedule. One of the largest problems of no physical activity is being less concentrated. When we have no oxygen in our brain, we tend to become unfocused in our school work. With having light exercises, we will stay alert because when we exercise, our blood starts to move faster which creates oxygen. Moreover, without oxygen, we start killing our brain cells and we don 't think properly.
This is what I was expecting from this chart because it show how my life is know. I like this exercise because it help me organize and see how well or bad I’m doing with managing my time. I can see I have an improvement with organizing my activities. Comparing my life before transferring to Rutgers University it was really bad. Every time I came from a class I went directly to bed and I didn’t take advantage of my time.
A problem I have in the physical health section of my triangle is that I don’t spend a lot of time doing physical activities even though I should be. To fix this, what I’ll do is increase the amount of time I stay outside and get more involved in activities that makes me move. I also have to sleep more often, so I’ll have to create a schedule that fits in all my daily activities and gives me plenty of time to sleep. I already have a healthy eating habit which means that I’ll have a good boost of energy to help me get through the day. As for my mental/emotional health, I think it’s competent, but could still use some improvements.
Time passed later on and I was on the 4th week of my post-surgery and things were going as planned. My leg was beginning to move better and more painless than before. Those days of misery were over and I felt like my life was beginning to get back to normal the way it was. As of course many young athletes tend to want to come back faster in action and not wait any longer for recovery. I was one of those athletes ... and once the pain of my knee was beginning to fade I felt as if I was ready to get back out there on doing my regular routines, but I knew that I didn 't want to risk it on getting hurt again and wait another 6 more weeks to recover.
When I was learning my front double, the mere thought of doing it gave me anxiety, yet a front one and a half was my favorite dive to do. But my coach was able to force me to attempt it until my anxiety level went down, and I could actually practice the dive. Freshman year I was very uncomfortable participating in class and interacting with new people but the more I did it the easier it became. I now engage in class discussions and work with people I would otherwise never know. The change to college will be frightening but I have the confidence to try new things and meet new people which will make it easier.
Get good sleep, for lots of people who experience depression, sleeping too little or too much can be a daily problem. Getting good sleep can help to improve your mood and increase your energy levels. Eat well, eating a balanced and nutritious diet can help you feel well, think clearly and increase your energy levels. Keep active, many people find exercise a challenge but gentle activities like yoga, swimming or walking can be a big boost to your mood. Look after your hygiene, when you're experiencing depression, it's easy for hygiene to not feel like a priority.