worse by stress, depression, or other brain related illness. An unhappy, unhealthy and unfit brain can also lead to an unhappy, unhealthy and unfit body.
Whereas a fit and healthy mind, or brain can promote a general sense of well-being
that spreads throughout the whole body.In this audio you will be able to carry out a quick `check-up from the neck up’ and assess your level of mental fitness and learn a few practical tips and tricks to boost your level of positive thinking.Something feels wrong. So off you trot to the doctors for a little diagnostic analysis: a quick check up.Apart from checking the symptoms of the illness or ailment, checking your blood pressure, heart and lungs, your doctor may well ask a few lifestyle questions such as how many cigarettes you smoke, how many fry-ups you eat, how much coffee and tea you drink, how much alcohol you drink and how much exercise you take.
Nowadays your doctor, if he or she has time, will likely also ask you about other lifestyle factors such as what is going on in your mind and how much stress you are under at work or with your relationships. So often nowadays the physical symptoms lie rooted in the most phenomenally complex and complicated, almost too clever for its own good, mass of protoplasm that we currently know to exist in this universe. The one that weighs less than two percent of your total body weight, yet takes twenty percent of your body`s oxygen. The bit inside the skull bone: the human brain.
In the future it is likely that the first check-up will be a check-up from the neck up. It’s the most logical place to start, especially when there are no visible physical symptoms as is often the case nowadays.
Scientists have now proved conclusively that an unhappy brain will more often than not lead to an unhappy, unwell body. Just look at how some people let themselves go and develop physical symptoms when they become depressed.
Whereas a fertile, balanced, fit, goal-oriented brain is capable of the most remarkable achievements.
A stands for attitude. Do you have a positive or a negative attitude or outlook on life? If you have a positive attitude people will flock to you yet if your attitude is negative then others will avoid you like the plague, or as if you had some socially unacceptable disease.
The quick test here is this: do you focus on problems or on solutions? Do you look for what is wrong in the situation or do you look for what is right? TBC in this audio……………………..
B stands for beliefs. Your belief in what you think is achievable. If you were a fifteenth century landowner would you have believed in the possibility of space flight. Do you believe in the possibility of communicating without speech?
More importantly what do you believe of yourself. Do you believe in yourself? Do you believe that you can and will achieve the things that you set out for yourself to achieve? TBC in this audio……………………..
C stands for communication. There is little or no doubt that how well you communicate with other people will have a dramatic effect upon nearly every aspect of your life. Whether it is talking to your bank manager or trying to chat someone up. Do you consider yourself to be a good communicator? Do you put your point across eloquently and elegantly? Do others tend to listen when you have something to say? TBC in this audio……………………..
D stands for decisions. How well do you make decisions?
Are you decisive or are you a ditherer? A non-decision maker?
There are three types of decision in this world. Good decisions, bad decisions and non decisions. TBC in this audio……………………..
E stands for ????
Check this audio out for some simple but effective tips to improve your mental fitness