What are the advantages of paying attention to your body? Read ahead to find out…
Find out about your body’s hydration level
You need to drink 8 glasses of water to keep your body hydrated. This is something we all know; and an advice we almost never really listen to. Fortunately for us, your body’s hydration can make do with any form of fluid we consume…this means even your cup of coffee counts. The only down side is that the sugar you consume along with it is not all that great for you. But how do you find out if your body is hydrated enough? Among other things, your urine and stool can help you here. Constipated stools, and dark yellow urine are the signs to look out for.
Recognize early signs of illnesses
Despite what we think we almost never get sick “suddenly”. There are always early signs for our body’s illnesses; only, we never pay attention to them. An extreme ache in your arm can be an early sign of heart attack. Passing black stools that are “tar like” can be an indication that you have a problem with your stomach, and that you might have the need of a gastroscopy Brisbane. Having a yellowish tint in your skin can be a sign that you are having jaundice or other liver diseases. Paying attention to your body, and noticing these signs earlier on will help you get treatment before your condition becomes serious.
Figure out your most productive hours
Who says paying attention to your body only helps you figure out your health conditions or if you might need a colorectal surgeon in the near future? Paying attention to your body can even help you concentrate better in your studies or perform better in your work. If you find yourself easily distracted, and walking around after only a few minutes of working, it can be because your back is aching. This might be a result of improper seating. Listening to your body might also help you figure out your most productive times; something that is vital if you work from home.
Learn the best times for exercising and working out
Like knowing the best times for working will help you work more efficiently, knowing the right times for exercising will help you get better results from your exercising. For most people, their most energetic times of the day, when their exercising will be most affective, is in the morning hours. However, for some, the later part of the day works better. Paying attention to your body will help you figure out the time which works best for you…