Prolong Your Life With This Attitude-"I've Gotta Hustle"

Written by Vincent R. Moloney MD

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The more difficult part isrepparttar mental decline. I see articles toutingrepparttar 148881 measurable improvement resulting from mental "calisthenics" such as going through program of exercises designed to use mental functions. It seems a little lame to me. I think it's better to involve yourself in doing things that requirerepparttar 148882 use of mental powers like part time jobs, an officer of various clubs and service organizations, computer and internet, writing letters torepparttar 148883 editor, an online business and many things that are available. These will requirerepparttar 148884 use of mental faculties and keep them strong and limber.

These activities should require you to be putting something onrepparttar 148885 line whererepparttar 148886 outcome is in doubt and depends on your successful completion ofrepparttar 148887 task or project thus generating a degree of anxiety. Your best mental faculties are then called into play.

If you have enough of these activities you find yourself waking up inrepparttar 148888 morning and thinking, "I've gotta hustle" to get things done or I'll fall behind or fail. This also generates a level of anxiety that is communicated down intorepparttar 148889 deepest levels of bodily functioning where primitive processes such as defense against infection, immune system functioning, resisting cancerous changes, slowing cell breakdown andrepparttar 148890 aging process and resistance to deterioration in general are going on. These processes are galvanized in a positive way to help slow these negative effects.

This can go a long way towards prolonging our lives, keeping us healthy and maintaining us as capable functioning persons deep into old age.

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Dr. Moloney retired from Family Practice several years ago. He has retained his lifelong interest in music and teaching and has written a book explaining and simplifying music. http:/ http:/

Self-Opinions---Can Limit Our Lives

Written by Vincent R. Moloney MD

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life that you think might be held back by a poor opinion and decide that you want to change it. Maybe you are overweight because you believe deep down that you can't lose any. Pick a small goal like losing five pounds. Just do it, find a way. There! You just proved you can lose weight and your natural sense believesrepparttar evidence. Now you know you can. Look around at work. Ask for more responsibility or volunteer for extra duties or tasks. Do a good job on these and there! You've proved to yourself that you are more capable. Find some time to get some daily exercise and you'll be surprised at how confidently you'll walk and even actually feel. (This deserves a separate report).

Choose any aspect of your life and make a small positive change. Just like that you've reversed a negative belief, turned around, and moved in a desirable direction. Now make multiple small changes and sooner or later there can be a big change, just as a bricklayer builds a structure brick by brick.

It takes time and effort to effect changes but don't you personally deserve some? (This could berepparttar 148880 first and best change in your self-opinions).

Your reward can be a real makeover. Small changes multiplied over and over can add up to big changes. With better self-opinions comes better results which in turn leads to a better life-a new you!

Dr. Moloney retired from Family Practice several years ago but has retained his lifelong interest in music and teaching. He has written a book explaining and simplifying music. http:/

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