#Never underestimate your body#

Our bodies are miraculous machines capable of incredible feats. From running marathons to climbing mountains, our bodies are capable of achieving incredible things.

Unfortunately, We spend countless hours sitting in front of screens, eating junk food, and neglecting our bodies, and our physical health. We forget that our bodies are capable of so much more than we give them credit for.

Yes,  we underestimate the power of our bodies and the incredible things they can do.

Sometimes we doubt our physical abilities, limit ourselves, and hold ourselves back from truly reaching our full potential. But if we learn to appreciate and harness the power of our bodies, we can achieve truly amazing things.

Do Physical activity

First and foremost, our bodies are built to move. Our muscles, bones, and joints are designed to work together to allow us to perform a wide range of physical activities. Whether it’s walking, running, swimming, or playing sports, our bodies are capable of adapting to various forms of movement and can improve with regular practice.

  • Physical activity not only keeps our bodies healthy and strong, but it can also improve our mental health and well-being.
  • Exercise has been shown to reduce stress, anxiety, and depression, boost mood and cognitive function and even improve sleep.
  • Physical activity can also help us develop a stronger sense of self-awareness and mindfulness. By becoming more aware of our bodies and the physical sensations we experience during exercise.

We can learn to tune out distractions and focus on the present moment. This can be a powerful tool for reducing stress and anxiety and improving our overall well-being.

In fact, studies have shown that regular exercise can be just as effective as medication for treating depression and anxiety. When we move our bodies, we release endorphins, the body’s natural feel-good chemicals, which can lead to a sense of euphoria and happiness.

Do Yoga and Meditation

I love doing physical exercise, particularly walking, Yoga, and meditation. I personally feel that practicing yoga has opened up my body. I do regular yoga and meditation. I am a senior citizen now, and if I skip yoga for a while, my body starts feeling tight and I do not feel like myself.

Yes, the beauty of yoga is that I find a sense of calm and peace by default. For me, self-care is my priority,  it just goes beyond physical fitness and improves our mental health as well.

Nowadays I am practicing various forms of exercise including. Swimming, playing TT, walking, and jogging. I spend one hour a day in the morning doing yoga, swimming, and meditation on regular basis.

And I also follow a healthy daily diet. –

  • start the day with coconut water
  • Sprouted legumes and seasonal fruits
  • Lots of water.

In addition to exercise, our bodies have an incredible ability to heal themselves. When we get a cut or a bruise, our bodies go to work to repair the damage. The healing process involves a complex series of chemical and biological reactions that work together to restore the affected area.

In some cases, our bodies can even regenerate damaged tissue, such as in the case of a liver or bone marrow transplant.

The body has healing Power

Our immune systems are also a critical part of our body’s ability to heal. When we get sick, our bodies produce antibodies to fight off the infection. Over time, our bodies can even build up immunity to certain illnesses, making us less susceptible to future infections.

Furthermore, our bodies are capable of adapting to a wide range of environmental conditions. Whether it’s extreme heat, cold, or altitude, our bodies can adjust to different environments to help us survive and thrive.

For example, when we’re exposed to high altitudes, our bodies naturally produce more red blood cells to help carry oxygen to our muscles and organs. Similarly, when we’re exposed to extreme cold, our bodies can produce more heat by shivering and increasing blood flow to our extremities.

Our Brain is very Powerful

But it’s not just physical abilities that our bodies are capable of. Our brains, which are a part of our bodies, are incredibly powerful as well. Our brains are responsible for everything from our thoughts and emotions to our memories and decision-making abilities. They are capable of processing vast amounts of information in a matter of seconds and can store an incredible amount of knowledge.

Neuroplasticity of Brain

Moreover, our brains are constantly changing and adapting based on our experiences. This phenomenon is known as neuroplasticity, and it means that our brains can actually rewire themselves based on new experiences and learning.

This is why learning new skills, such as playing an instrument or speaking a new language, can be so beneficial for our brains. The more we challenge our brains, the stronger and more adaptable they become.

Why underestimate the power of our bodies?

Unfortunately, despite all of these incredible abilities, many of us still underestimate the power of our bodies. We may doubt our physical abilities, feel self-conscious about our appearance, or simply not make our health a priority.

However, if we learn to appreciate and harness the power of our bodies, we can achieve truly amazing things.

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31 replies

  1. Our bodies are limitless

    But se need to know our limits and stop at the right time.

    Many time, I’ve pushed past that limit and over did.
    Need to slow down and listen to our body.

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  2. Your blog is well written sir!!

    Love it absolutely. Top notch. 👏🏻

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