Cognitive Decline Avoidance: Quality Sleep

Getting adequate rest makes a great impact on brain function. Lack of sleep can lead to memory loss and impact problem-solving at any age. Not enough sleep and the aging process have been linked with faster cognitive decline and greater risk of Alzheimer’s diseases. Sleep recommendation for adults is to get seven to eight-hour sleep. The benefits of getting proper … Read More

Cognitive Decline Avoidance: Exercise

It has been notated that the missing components needed to avoid chronic diseases and dementia are diet, physical fitness, and quality sleep. We must maintain active lifestyles through physical activities and aerobic fitness. Keeping a consistent exercise ritual helps us maintain healthy brains and healthy cardiovascular systems. Aerobic activities such as swimming, walking, jogging, skating, and cycling allow us to … Read More

Brain Foods

  Brain foods can boost your memory and productivity levels. Several suggestive brain foods can enhance your memory and better cognitive focus; whole-grain, blueberries, spinach, avocado, salmon, nuts and seeds, dark chocolate, freshly brewed tea, pomegranate Juice and curry, The worst foods to eat for brain health are fried foods. Whoops, that means French fries, fried fish and chicken. Remember … Read More

Brain Food: Beans

Beans are known for fiber, which is a necessity if we want to maintain a healthy digestion system. Beans are bursting with vitamin B, a brain booster. Let us not forget that our brain and nervous system rely on B vitamins, which we can get through our healthy food choices. Yes, the side effect of eating beans is gas. Try … Read More

Stress Handler Part B

Yes, stress enters all of our daily activities. We are not concern about when stress arrives; however, we are concern about how we select to handle stress. Here are some suggestions. Remember before you include new stress release activities check with your Spiritual Physician (SP) and your Medical Physician (MP). Sleep-make sure you are getting the appropriate amount of rest … Read More

Stress Handlers Part A

  Yes, stress enters all of our daily activities. We are not concern about when stress arrives; however, we are concern about how we select to handle stress. Here are some suggestions. Remember before you include new stress release activities check with your Spiritual Physician (SP) and your Medical Physician (MP). Exercise-a good way to release stress while relaxing our … Read More

Thank You

Those two words are good physical and spiritual medicine for others/self-wellbeing.  This is how we avoid taking self and others for granted. It is healthy and motivating to say Thank-you to self. Why? Every day we are given numerous opportunities to prolong our lifestyle through our food choices, word choices, physical activity or lack of physical activity, and several invitations … Read More

Who Am I?

Things can be empty in this world, and I don’t just mean the music world.  It can become a very meaningless place if you don’t understand: ‘who am I? Why am I here? What am I doing?’ To feel fulfillment and have a deeper level of understanding, personally, are important to our survival on this earthly journey. Whether you are … Read More

Living Healthy

This means no dead weight allowed within our spirit, soul, and body. If we are going to run our earthly race to our desired fitness line, we must eliminate all unhealthy burdens. We have to lay aside every weight that is causing us to drag to the finish line. What are weights? Anything that is causing us to go through … Read More

To Buy or Not To Buy?

It is very challenging to detour from purchasing something we have been dwelling over for a short/long period of time. Going through this season of COVID-19 drought reminds us to spend our resources wisely. If you are a follower of Christ, you must remember to tithe, pay bills, provide for love ones and self-preserve. If you are unemployed, you must … Read More