Healing Journey: Tips On What You Can Do To Help Yourself (Part 1)
Veronika Lehner

Healing isn’t linear. It can include a lot of speed bumps, and sometimes even taking a couple or steps to the side.

We all have our issues, traumas and weaknesses, but it’s a matter of being proactive to make the changes necessary to self heal.

This then brings us to the question of, “What are some steps that I can do to start my healing journey”?

A major change that you can implement is to begin removing people from your life that either don’t support you or your goals. Who you surround yourself with impacts you more than you actually realize.

If you are surrounded by mentors that are super successful and help elevate your way of thinking based upon their knowledge, you will notice that you begin to develop ideas that not only push you to be more successful, but your mindset about everything starts to evolve. 

From that point, you begin to implement small routine changes in your daily life. This could be something as simple as waking up and the first thing you do is drink 30oz of water. It could be implementing a walk, meditation, or making small changes around the house that make you happy.

You are more than likely to create for habits by starting slowly and giving yourself small new daily tasks that eventually will turn into healthy habits.

Another part of healing would be getting that body moving. As mentioned before, implementing daily walks into your everyday routine will not only benefit your physically, but also mentally. Have you ever noticed how good you feel after a nice walk? Or for the gym goers, even a really good workout can make what seemed to be a really crappy day into an amazing day. I can guarantee you you will not be disappointed with the results. 

What really ties into all of this too is proper nutrition, hydration and sleep. Are you getting deep sleep on the daily? Are you getting that daily water intake in? How is your nutrition? Keep in mind, what you put into your body will reflect everything else including how you feel. On a deeper level, poor nutrition can lead to gut health issues, which can lead to hormonal imbalances, issues with your mental health and even sleep. When you bring hydration up to par, you will also perform better in everyday life tasks, including work. 

Being proactive is what makes for a successful healing journey with our mental and physical health.

So what are you waiting for? Take on those next steps today to achieve a fulfilling life and free yourself from your own shackles.

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