Welcome to the resolution center

This is the part where Lively Group delve into your mind and pluck out some hidden treasures. This holistic approach health will change all you know about yourself and more, if wellness is what you seek we hold the keys, why not fire at will and see if we can answer some of your questions.

Physical, mental and emotional solutions, empowering the mind, body and will.

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  • How to enjoy life?

    How to enjoy life?

    You’re only here for a short visit. Don’t hurry, don’t worry. And be sure to smell the flowers along the way.

    1. Strengthen your immune system. Nobody feels happy when they’re sick! …
    2. Exercise. Exercising affects the release of endorphins, which transmit messages to the brain, translating into positive feelings. …
    3. Sleep well. …
    4. Play in the dirt. …
    5. Eat healthy.
  • How enjoy work life?

    How to enjoy work life?

    Invest in happiness and seek fulfillment in everything you do.

    1. Take Pride in Your Work Space. …
    2. Talk to Your Boss Regularly. …
    3. Do Something You Love While You’re Not Working. …
    4. Set Goals That Are Within Your Control. …
    5. Bring Snacks For Your Coworkers. …
    6. Show Up To Work Consistently Early. …
    7. Take Pride In How You Look. …
    8. Look Out For The Newer Employees.
  • Do I need to read often?

    Do I need to read often?

    Employ your time in improving yourself by other men’s writings, so that you shall gain easily what others have labored hard for.

    1. Mental Stimulation

    Studies have shown that staying mentally stimulated can slow the progress of (or possibly even prevent) Alzheimer’s and Dementia, since keeping your brain active and engaged prevents it from losing power. Just like any other muscle in the body, the brain requires exercise to keep it strong and healthy, so the phrase “use it or lose it” is particularly apt when it comes to your mind. Doing puzzles and playing games such as chess have also been found to be helpful with cognitive stimulation.

    2. Stress Reduction

    No matter how much stress you have at work, in your personal relationships, or countless other issues faced in daily life, it all just slips away when you lose yourself in a great story. A well-written novel can transport you to other realms, while an engaging article will distract you and keep you in the present moment, letting tensions drain away and allowing you to relax.

    3. Memory Improvement

    When you read a book, you have to remember an assortment of characters, their backgrounds, ambitions, history, and nuances, as well as the various arcs and sub-plots that weave their way through every story. That’s a fair bit to remember, but brains are marvellous things and can remember these things with relative ease. Amazingly enough, every new memory you create forges new synapses (brain pathways)and strengthens existing ones, which assists in short-term memory recall as well as stabilizing moods. How cool is that?

  • How to loose weight?

    How to loose weight?

    There are many ways to lose a lot of weight fast.

    However, most of them will make you hungry and unsatisfied.

    If you don’t have iron willpower, then hunger will cause you to give up on these plans quickly.

    1. Eat a high-protein breakfast. …
    2. Avoid sugary drinks and fruit juice. …
    3. Drink water a half hour before meals. …
    4. Choose weight loss-friendly foods (see list). …
    5. Eat soluble fiber. …
    6. Drink coffee or tea. …
    7. Eat mostly whole, unprocessed foods. …
    8. Eat your food slowly.
  • Is it normal to feel depressed?

    Is it normal to feel depressed?

    Feeling depressed can be a normal reaction to loss, life’s struggles, or an injured self-esteem. But when feelings of intense sadness — including feeling helpless, hopeless, and worthless — last for many days to weeks and keep you from functioning normally, your depression may be something more than sadness.

    • A depressed mood during most of the day, particularly in the morning
    • Fatigue or loss of energy almost every day
    • Feelings of worthlessness or guilt almost every day
    • Impaired concentration, indecisiveness
    • Insomnia (an inability to sleep) or hypersomnia (excessive sleeping) almost every day
    • Markedly diminished interest or pleasure in almost all activities nearly every day
    • A sense of restlessness or being slowed down
    • Significant weight loss or weight gain

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  • Why is rest important?

    Why is rest important?

    1. REST PREVENTS INJURY

    It’s common sense that resting is beneficial for injury reduction, but why? Well for starters, rest days prevent overuse. That extends from running to lifting and even walking. If you’re a regular runner, you know how much your legs and feet can take until you just need a day off. If you push it too hard without a break, your muscles and joints suffer from overuse and that’s where injuries can happen.

    2. YOUR MUSCLES NEED REST

    This is likely the first thing you learned about strength training. When you lift weights, you’re essentially tearing muscle fibers. But without a proper period of rest for your immune system to repair and grow the muscle, you’re not going to get the benefit of your training. That’s why you need to vary the muscle groups you engage on staggered days.

    3. YOUR PERFORMANCE WON’T DIP

    In general, it takes your body almost two weeks of non-activity before you start losing a noticeable amount of your progress or performance level. So don’t think that taking a day or two off from training will set you back all that hard work you’ve put in.

    4. OVER-TRAINING AFFECTS SLEEP

    Is your sleep data all over the place? Over-training could be the culprit. Too much exercise can put your body in a constant state of restlessness or on high alert making a good night’s sleep tough to achieve. A telltale sign is an increase in your resting heart rate. Taking those rest days can help bring down your alertness and heart rate, which can help get you a night of sound sleep.

    Of course, sleep is so important to your general rest and well-being, so use your tracker to improve your quality and amount of sleep. A solid pattern of sleep will help you be your best on your most active days.

    5. YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM CAN OVERHEAT

    During periods of heavy activity, our immune systems are constantly activating to repair muscles and joints. Without proper rest, your immune system can’t catch up to all the repairs your body needs. And then? You guessed it: injuries.

    6. MENTAL EDGE

    From a psychological standpoint, taking a rest period can rekindle your hunger for exercise and help prevent burnout. Mental fatigue can be every bit as detrimental as physical fatigue and taking a rest day helps to recharge the psyche.

  • How to practice MMA?

    How to practice MMA?

    It is better to conquer yourself than to win a thousand battles. Then the victory is yours. It cannot be taken from you, not by angels or by demons, heaven or hell.

    1.Consider what you want from getting involved in MMA. Do you want to fight in a cage or ring? Do you want to get a good workout and learn basic fighting skills? Do you want to mainly grapple, or go full contact? Although you can always change your mind later, it is important to think about your end goal before you really get into your training, as this will guide your choices and your own limits. Importantly, what is your current martial arts background? Any of the following martial arts backgrounds form a great basis for getting involved in MMA:

    • Karate, muay Thai, judo, catch wrestling, amateur wrestling, and Brazilian jiu-jitsu.
    • And common techniques or moves that are useful for MMA include: boxing, kickboxing, kneeing, punching, elbowing, footwork, clinching, take-downs, throws, striking, wrestling, submission holds, etc. You may know some of these already or you may have to be prepared to learn a much wider range of martial arts techniques if you’re fairly new to any martial arts.

    2.Visit a few schools or classes. Most reputable schools will let you sit in and watch a class. Pay close attention to teaching methods, as well as the interaction between fighters. If you like what you see, ask the class instructor if you can come back for a trial lesson, usually free or very cheap. It is important for the instructor to assess your abilities and to place you in an appropriate beginner’s stream when first starting, as you’ll have a lot to learn.

      • Find a school that you like, with people you like. You’re going to get very close and swap a lot of sweat. Don’t be afraid to go some place else if you are not happy.
      • Find out about what you’re going to do in classes. This is very important! There is a chance that you will get hurt, even during your first class. Are you prepared mentally and financially for this? Be sure that you are, and keep in mind that other people besides yourself may be affected if you are injured. Ask all you can about the classes and what ways that the school tries hard to ensure that beginners can learn without injury, etc.
      3. Focus on breathing properly. Unless you have wrestled, sparred in martial arts or boxed before this experience, you’re probably not ready to know how it feels to have someone punch or kick you. You’re probably not ready to have someone lay their body on your chest, taking your breath away. The key is to maintain long, steady breaths. Many people forget to breathe, depriving themselves of the oxygen their body and muscles need to work. Find yourself a good instructor who will take you through the breathing requirements and talk about reactions and expectations before you’re actually subjected to them. Question instructors who do not do this for beginners.
  • Tap water VS Mineral water

    Mineral Water VS Tap Water?

    Mineral Water
    Method Obtained from naturally occurring springs. Usually bottled at the source in glass or plastic bottles. Water is delivered through a system of pipes, pumps and purification systems to homes and buildings in the developed and developing world.
    Consumption More than 3000 varieties of bottled mineral water sold worldwide. Tap water is cheaper than mineral or bottled water. In some countries it is not consumed due to fears of contamination.
    Definition Water containing minerals or other dissolved substances for therapeutic or taste altering value. See also seltzer water. Tap water is part of the indoor plumbing system where water is delivered to individual taps. (high amounts of fluoride and lime-scale)
  • What does it take to become a healthy eater?

    What does it take to become a vegetarian?

    I am not a vegetarian because I love animals; I am a vegetarian because I hate plants.

    Consider your reasons for becoming a healthy eater. Sorting out your reasons for becoming a healthy eater and having strong convictions concerning your diet will help you stick to your new lifestyle. Knowing your reasons is also important to help you explain to other people why you are a healthy eater; having a ready answer for the inevitable questions makes the journey a little easier.

    • Common reasons for becoming a healthy eater include moral or ethical concerns regarding the treatment of animals on factory farms and in slaughter houses, a desire to ensure equal food distribution, religious convictions, health needs, environmental concerns, or a combination of any of these.
    • For some healthy eater, an intense disliking of the taste and texture of meat begins early on, and is later bolstered by innate feelings of interconnection with animals and the world as a whole

    Reveal your choice to the world. Start with those with whom you’re close, such as your parents or partner. This will alert them to the need for dietary changes in the home and also gives you the first opportunity to explain your choice to people who are close to you and are hopefully likely to be supportive. Be ready for disagreement from some people. It is not considered the “norm” in many cultures to eat healthy food only, and while few people ever ask a meat eater why he or she chooses to eat meat, very few people hold back on asking a vegetarian why he or she does not eat meat.

    • It’s a good idea to have some solid research to back up your choice to be vegetarian. While it shouldn’t have to be the case that you need to justify your decision, there will be times when being armed with the facts can ward off unkind or unhelpful comments about your diet. Good things to point out include how being vegetarian will improve your health and help you fit with your moral or religious views about the importance of kindness to animals, etc.
    • When informing your family of your choice, stay calm and polite, even if they find it difficult to accept.
    • Avoid arguments. Some people will treat your choice to be vegetarian as a political statement or even as a personal affront. This is both annoying and unfair and can often result in “baiting” you into an argument about how human beings are supposed to eat meat, and so on. Avoid getting into a fight by restating why it matters to you and how you feel healthier for your choice.
    • Offer to make a vegetarian/healthy meal for family and friends. A tasty meal is often the best advertisement for vegetarianism.
  • Is there anything at all you can not do?

    Is there anything at all you can not do?

    Talent does what it can; genius does what it must.

    1. Make a deal with yourself. Good for overcoming procrastination and getting things done. You can make the deal small or large. You simple tell yourself something like: When I’m done with this chapter/these reports I can take a walk in the park and enjoy an ice-cream.
    2. Act like it. If you don’t feel motivated or enthusiastic then act like it. The strange thing is that within a few minutes you actually start to feel motivated or enthusiastic for real.
    3. Ask uplifting questions in the morning. Here’s what you do; every morning ask yourself five empowering three-part questions this way:

    What am I ______ about in my life right now?
    What about it makes me _______?
    How does it make me feel?

    Put in your own value in the blank space. For instance, a couple of my questions are:

    What am I happy about in my life right now?
    What am I excited about in my life right now?

    It’s important that you really feel how it makes you feel. When I think about the last part about what makes me happy right now I really feel it. These morning questions are great because the way they are set up makes you recognize things you take for granted and then they really get you to feel those positive feelings.

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