How to Use Meditation and Mindfulness to Improve Your Life

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With everyday stresses putting pressure on all of our lives, it sometimes becomes hard to feel motivated and with the weight of the world on your shoulders, you may become unhappy with your life.

Meditation and Mindfulness are two approaches that are generally associated with relaxation and appreciating the world around you, however they can also be used as a part of everyday life to improve our mindset and the way we live.

Mindfulness is the act of becoming aware of everything around you, how you’re feeling and the stream of consciousness that flows through your mind. Noticing and appreciating the thoughts that enter and leave our minds is a good way to remind ourselves that every thought does indeed come and go, much like everything else in life, namely our problems.

One of the ways people experience mindfulness is through meditation and this can give you the tools to be centred, calm and happy in any situation.

Improve your life:

5 minutes every morning can increase your chances of a better day.

Just 5 minutes of meditation helps you to start your day in a relaxed state, with a clear mind, and it allows you can determine your focus for the day ahead. Waking up slightly earlier and working meditation into your routine, even for five minutes a day, can have enormous benefits on your health. Use this time to prepare for the day ahead and to visualise how you’d like the day to go – you are in control of your day.

It can help you discover the answers to difficult problems in life.

Sometimes we need to discuss problems in order to come to a conclusion, but often this isn’t possible as other people may not always be available. Spending time each day to consider each problem and their potential solutions, in turn, may give you the answer you’ve been looking for. Focusing on one problem at a time and entering into the calm meditative state may be what you need to discover the answers you need in order to move forward.

Meditation reduces anxiety & allows you to focus on the positive.

Being able to focus on positive thoughts and letting the negative ones flowing out of your mind will make you feel happier, fact. Putting positive energy out into the world and consciously thinking positive thoughts will impact the way you subconsciously think too. Feeling positive and being accepting of negative thoughts naturally reduces anxiety and allows you to develop a calm mindset.

It allows you to let go of pain.

Everyone is holding onto baggage that they push to the back of their mind and refuse to acknowledge. Being mindful of this painful memory can help you come to terms with it, accepting it as part of life and eventually no longer allowing it to affect you in the same way. Letting go of these painful moments makes you feel less bitter which will, in turn, improve the way you see the world.

Being mindful and practicing meditation takes time, but the advantages outweigh the time it takes to learn the skill. Once you begin to understand your mind and accept your feelings, there’s no limit to the possibilities ahead of you.

Source: LifeAdvancer

30 Simple Things You Don’t Realize You Do That Impress Everyone Around You

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One the biggest mistakes people make when they’re trying to impress someone is that they assume people only pay attention to the important or “big” things they do. But the reality is that the little things are what matter most. It’s the little things we do or don’t do every day that shape us in to who we are. The little things determine how we respond when big things come in to our lives.

The kind of image you present to the world is determined by your actions, comments, attitude, behavior and even appearance. These things can be noticed within the first few seconds of meeting someone. So, how do you let people know who you really are? How do you impress everyone around you without big gestures or a lot of time? These 30 things might be simple, but they have a big impact. Their effects are lasting. People will remember the little things you do and that can make the difference you’re looking for.

1. Dress the Part

Your appearance is the thing people see first. They look at your clothes, hair, shoes, etc. They make assumptions about you before you even open your mouth. If you want to impress people, dress for the occasion. Take time to get ready in the morning.

2. Be on Time

If you’re late for something, you’re giving someone the opportunity to judge you without you even being there. If you say you’re going to be somewhere at a certain time, then be there at that time. Waiting for someone when they should already be there is frustrating and annoying.

3. Don’t Break your Promises

There are too many people out there making promises they know they can’t keep. They promise something because it makes the other person feel better in that moment. The problem with that is that down the road, when you don’t follow through, the comfort that person felt turns into discouragement, frustration and even anger. If you can’t keep a promise, don’t make it. If you do make a promise, do everything you can to keep it.

4. Respect Others

This includes your elders, minors, co-workers, family members, etc. This can be hard when you have to be around someone who has differing opinions than you, or who acts in a way you don’t approve of. But you can still be civil. If you look for attributes you respect in people, you will find them.

5. Be Involved

If you support going green, then go green in your life. If you support your local government, then attend community meetings. Be a part of the things that matter to you.

6. Say, “Please,” and, “Thank you,” often

These are small words, but they go a long way. Expressing your gratitude to people, even for the smallest acts of kindness, shows that you see the good in people; it shows that you pay attention to the things people around you are doing and saying.

7. Smile Often

Smiles are contagious. If a stranger walks past you at the store and smiles, it is a natural response to smile back. Seeing someone smile can remind others that there are things to be grateful for, that life is fun and exciting.

8. Don’t be Constantly using your Phone

When you are with someone, be with them. Phones are an amazing piece of technology. But they are also a distraction. Use your phone when it’s appropriate. You don’t need it out every second of every day.

9. Be Faithful to Your Partner

We hear story after story about divorces and infidelity. It’s everywhere. By being honest and true with your partner, you are showing that you know where your priorities are. You understand what it means to be in a healthy relationship.

10. Support Your Children

Take time to be involved in your kids’ lives. Know what they’re interested in. Go their games, recitals, competitions, parent-teacher conferences, etc. Listen when they talk to you. Be the kind of parent they know they can go to when they have questions.

11. Personal Hygiene isn’t an Option, it’s a Requirement

Have breath mints handy. Wear deodorant. Brush your teeth. Wear clean clothes. These are things that should be common sense, but some people really struggle with them. Talking to someone with bad breath is gross. It’s distracting. All you can think about is that you want to give them a mint. Take care of your personal hygiene and people will be more focused on what you’re saying and doing instead of how you smell.

12. Speak Clearly and Make Eye Contact

Let the person you’re talking to know that you are engaged in the conversation and that you care about what you’re discussing. Don’t mumble or look around, keep your focus on them.

13. Don’t Chew Gum

This can depend on the type of situation you’re in. If you’re with family hanging out or with close friends at the movies, gum is fine. But in a professional situation, gum is distracting.

14. Use Humor

This can lighten the mood and bring people down from a tense state. Just make sure you’re using this at appropriate times.

15. Greet People with a Handshake or Hug

Determine what type of situation you’re in. You probably don’t want to go in to an interview and hug your potential boss, but you should offer them a firm handshake. With close friends and family members a hug shows a level of intimacy. It shows that you love and care about them and gives you a way to physically express that.

16. Be True to Yourself

Know what you want out of life and do everything you can to achieve it.

17. Listen to Others

When someone is talking to you, listen to what they are saying. Don’t be thinking of a response while they are still talking.

18. Perform Acts of Kindness

Open the door for someone, collect your neighbor’s mail when they go out town, make dinner for someone who just had a baby.

19. Be Organized

Have a schedule and know what you have going on. Know where things are in your house, at work, in your car, etc.

20. Compliment People

Look for the good in people around you and take the time to let them know you noticed. Compliment them on their clothes, their work, their attitude, anything you can think of.

21. Share Knowledge and Information with Others

When you have a skill or talent, share it. Teach others and share what you know and have learned.

22. Be Positive and Focus on the Good

This can be hard when times are tough, but it’s possible. Look for the solution instead of focusing on the problem. Stay positive.

23. Help Others

Help when and where you can. In most cases, chances to serve aren’t always at the most opportune times, but sacrificing your time to help someone in need says a lot about you.

24. Keep a Clean Car

Take your car through the car wash every so often. Clean out the inside. Don’t let garbage pile up. You never know when you’re going to have to give someone a ride.

25. Care about People

Don’t build up a wall to “protect” your feelings. Let yourself feel, let yourself care for people.

26. Don’t Take Offense

Things will be said and people will do things, purposefully or accidentally, that could hurt you. You can choose to be offended or to move past it.

27. Own up to Your Mistakes

When you make a mistake, admit it, own up to it, do what you can to fix it and move on.

28. Take Advantage of Experiences Life Has to Offer

If you get the opportunity to go somewhere new, learn a new talent or try something new, do it! Enjoy life.

29. Know What’s Going on in the World

Be up to date on recent news, both local and global. Be informed.

30. Travel

The world is a big place. Take the time to go out and meet new people, learn new cultures and make new memories.

Source: LifeHack

Harvard Study Unveils What Meditation Literally does to the Brain

Source: Peaceful of Life

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Numerous studies have indicated the many physiological benefits of meditation, and the latest one comes from Harvard University.

An eight week study conducted by Harvard researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) determined that meditation literally rebuilds the brains grey matter in just eight weeks. It’s the very first study to document that meditation produces changes over time in the brain’s grey matter. (1)

“Although the practice of meditation is associated with a sense of peacefulness and physical relaxation, practitioners have long claimed that meditation also provides cognitive and psychological benefits that persist throughout the day. This study demonstrates that changes in brain structure may underlie some of these reported improvements and that people are not just feeling better because they are spending time relaxing.”

(1) Sara Lazar of the MGH Psychiatric Neuroimaging Research Program and a Harvard Medical School Instructor in Psychology

The study involved taking magnetic resonance images (MRI) of the brain’s of 16 study participants two weeks prior to participating in the study. MRI images of the participants were also taken after the study was completed.

“The analysis of MR images, which focused on areas where meditation-associated differences were seen in earlier studies, found increased grey-matter density in the hippocampus, known to be important for learning and memory, and in structures associated with self-awareness, compassion and introspection.” (1)

For the study, participants engaged in meditation practices every day for approximately 30 minutes. These practices included focusing on audio recordings for guided meditation, non-judgmental awareness of sensations, feelings and state of mind.

“It is fascinating to see the brain’s plasticity and that, by practicing meditation, we can play an active role in changing the brain and can increase our well-being and quality of life. Other studies in different patient populations have shown that meditation can make significant improvements in a variety of symptoms, and we are now investigating the underlying mechanisms in the brain that facilitate this change.”

(1) Britta Holzel, first author of the paper and a research fellow at MGH and Giessen University in Germany

How To Meditate

A common misconception about meditation is that you have to sit a certain way or do something in particular to achieve the various benefits that it can provide. All you have to do is place yourself in a position that is most comfortable to you. It could be sitting cross legged, lying down in a bed, sitting on a couch etc, it’s your choice.

Another common misconception about meditation is that you have to “try” to empty your mind. One important factor I enjoyed reading from the study mentioned above is that participants were engaged in “non-judgmental awareness of sensations, feelings and state of mind.” When meditating, you shouldn’t try to “empty” your mind. Instead, try to let your thoughts, feelings and whatever emotions you are feeling at the time flow. Don’t judge them, just let them come and go and be at peace with it.

I also believe that meditation is a state of being/mind more than anything else. I feel that one does not have to sit down for half an hour and “meditate” so to speak in order to reap the benefits of it, or to be engaged in the practice itself. One can be engaged in meditation while they are on a walk, for example, or the time they have right before they sleep. Throughout the day, one can resist judging their thoughts, letting them flow until they are no more, or just be in a constant state of peace and self awareness. Contrary to popular belief, there is more than one way to meditate.

“You will have to understand one of the most fundamental things about meditation: that no technique leads to meditation. The old so-called techniques and the new scientific biofeedback techniques are the same as far as meditation is concerned. Meditation is not a byproduct of any technique. Meditation happens beyond mind. No technique can go beyond mind.” – Osho

The Three Evils

Source: Peaceful of Life

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Beings Suffer by Greed, Hate & Ignorance!

By its means they are greedy, this itself is greed. Greed and all its dilutions such as desire, lust, urge, yearning, craving, wanting, longing, & hoping all has the characteristic of grasping an object, like an adhesive glue attaching to it. The function is sticking, binding, and clinging to it, like meat put in a hot pan. It is manifested as not giving up, not releasing, & inability to drop the object.

Greed’s

proximate cause is seeing enjoyment in things, that lead to bondage! Swelling with the current of craving, it should be regarded as taking beings with it to the states of loss, as a swift- flowing river whirls to a great ocean…!

Hate

itself hates, by its characteristic ferocious, vicious and furious rage, like a provoked snake. Its function is to spread, like a drop of poison, and to grow up its own source, like a forest fire. Hate is manifested as a cruel persecution, like an enemy who has got his chance. The proximate cause of hate, anger, irritation, aversion, and opposition is any source of annoyance.

It should be regarded as like stale urine mixed with poison…!

Ignorance

has the characteristic of blindness, delusion or simply unknowing. Its function and consequence is non-penetration, by concealment of the real individual essence of an object. It is manifested as the absence of right view, and a deep mental darkness. The proximate cause of ignorance is unreasoning and wrongly directed attention neglecting all analysis of cause and effect… It should be regarded as the deepest root of all, that is disadvantageous…!

Source: Hate itself hates, by its characteristic ferocious, vicious and furious rage, like a provoked snake. Its function is to spread, like a drop of poison, and to grow up its own source, like a forest fire. Hate is manifested as a cruel persecution, like an enemy who has got his chance. The proximate cause of hate, anger, irritation, aversion, and opposition is any source of annoyance.

It should be regarded as like stale urine mixed with poison…!

Einstein On Buddhism

Source: Peaceful of Life

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“Buddhism has the characteristics of what would be expected in a cosmic religion for the future: It transcends a personal God, avoids dogmas and theology; it covers both the natural and spiritual; and it is based on a religious sense aspiring from the experience of all things, natural and spiritual, as a meaningful unity.

If there is any religion that would cope with modern scientific needs it would be Buddhism.

A human being is part of the whole, called by us ‘Universe’; a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings as something separated from the rest – a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and affection for a few persons nearest us.

Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole nature in its beauty. Nobody is able to achieve this completely but striving for such achievement is, in itself, a part of the liberation and a foundation for inner security.”

Nine Powerful Life Lessons from Studying with a Monk

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Source: Peaceful of Life. By Robert Piper

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When I was 18 years old, I suffered from anxiety and stomach problems. A compassionate physician and practicing Buddhist referred me to a Taoist monk who specialized in meditation and martial arts. I ended up healing myself of anxiety and stomach issues by doing meditation, and went on a great journey of self-discovery.

Here are 9 lessons I learned while studying with a monk:

1. Keep trying until you get it right.

The most important life lesson I learned was trying something three times (maybe even four times) before you stop trying and move on. Also, this monk taught me that, even after multiple tries, you should work on different angles to approach things that are difficult.
If you keep trying, you’ll eventually get where you’re going.

2. The answer to your question is inside of you.

As part of the original monastery training, a monk didn’t answer direct questions from a student unless it was a well thought-out question. A Chinese proverb says, “Teachers open the door, but you must enter by yourself.”

Some forms of Zen Buddhism use a very similar style of training. An old saying (by Taoist monks) goes like this: “In making a four corner table, the teacher shows the student how to make one corner. It’s the student’s job to figure out how to make the other three.”
They did this because they were preparing a student to deal effectively with problems in the real world.

I traveled to South Korea one time, and I found it fascinating how much you have to rely on your intuition when you don’t speak the native language of a country. I remember one instance, I had trouble explaining to the cab driver where my hotel was, and he didn’t speak English. So I had to get out of the cab and ask several people until I could find someone to tell the cab driver in Korean how to get to my hotel.

In life, whenever we try new things, we have to go into new places with only a small amount of information. The real world doesn’t give us all the answers. The greatest teacher is inside of us.

3. Real wisdom in life comes from doing something and failing.

Prior to starting meditation, I used to get upset when I’d try something and fail.

I’ve been in sales since I was sixteen. I remember going to work and getting so angry with myself because I didn’t get a sale. If I ever got rejected, I’d get upset with myself, and I’d want to quit my job. But I just keep failing over and over—until I became good at it.

I remember, when I first started doing meditation, I ran into several problems. For example, at first it was difficult to calm down; but if you stick with it, its gets easier and easier. I tried for only a few minutes, and then every day, I added more time onto my meditation.

When we struggle, we learn about ourselves and what we need to do to become stronger.

4. When you start to do meditation you recognize the egotistical mind.

Everything in the ego’s world is the result of comparing. I compared myself to other salesmen and would blame myself because I wasn’t making as much money as them.

When I started doing meditation, I began to build separation from this egoistical mind, which is consistently making these comparisons. A lot of us try something and get rejected, so we give up. Even worse, we blame ourselves for a long time and get depressed.

When I started to do meditation, I began to identify my ego and was able to build separation from it.

That’s what happens when we meditate: We separate from the part of ourselves that dwells on comparisons, and start learning to live a life that isn’t driven by our egos.

5. We must be both compassionate and resilient.

The monk wouldn’t meet with me to train unless I called him a minimum of three times. I hated this part. I used to call and call and he would never answer. But this is how life is. How many times do you have to call or email someone to get something done in the real world? It’s usually several times.

Most of us blame ourselves when we try once to do something and fail. At the time, I hated this part of the training, but now I think it was the most important life lesson.

There’s a Taoist proverb that says, “Cotton on the outside, steel on the inside.”

It reminds us to be compassionate, but not weak.

6. Patience is a virtue.

The monk always made me wait—and I dreaded this.

For example, when I got to his house to train, he’d make me wait for a minimum of a half-hour, sometimes longer. We’d go out to dinner on Friday nights and he’d show up at the restaurant an hour late.

He’d tell me to meet him at a particular restaurant at 7:00. I’d get there and find out that he wasn’t there. So I’d usually be sitting in the restaurant by myself fumbling with my phone, acting like I was texting someone, while worrying about what everyone at the restaurant was thinking about me.

Keep in mind, it’s not like I could call him; I don’t think the guy ever turned his cell phone on. Then he’d show up at about 8:15 and act like nothing happened.

His first question was always, “How’s your mother and father?” (Of course in my head I’m thinking, “What do you mean, ‘How’s my mother and father?’ I just waited here for an hour and fifteen minutes.”)

But after a few years of this, it never bothered me; and not only that, it spread to every area of my life. Because of this training, I can honestly say that I very rarely get upset about anything. I never get agitated anymore when I have to wait in a long line or when someone cuts me off on the highway.

Patience is the gift of inner calm.

7. Detach from your ego.

At first, it’s hard to sit at a restaurant by yourself. You’re constantly worrying, thinking that people probably think you’re a loser because you’re sitting by yourself. But the reality is, you will never be happy if you care about what people think you!

Prior to starting meditation, I’d get upset over just about anything. Now, nothing really bothers me. Recently, I was in the airport and there was a several hour delay on my flight. I just used that time to do meditation. Ten years ago, I would have become extremely upset. An airplane delay would have ruined my day.

When you let go of your ego needs, it’s easier to accept and even benefit from whatever comes at you.

8. In Taoism, they say, “No self, No enemy.”

It’s the enemy within that causes all of our fears, worries, and insecurities. If you come to terms with this enemy within, it will impact every area of your life. It’s the identification with the “self/ego” that causes all of life’s problems.

How many times do we not go for something because of fear? Think about all the fears that we have conjured up in our minds that stop us from being truly happy. If you can conquer the enemy within yourself, you won’t have an enemy outside yourself.

9. Happiness come from within, and also comes from outside.

I learned this from observing the Buddhist Physician I met. He used to do meditation in his office before he would interact with his patients. He was one of the happiest and most compassionate people I’ve ever met.

By creating happiness inside, he was able to increase that emotional state by spreading it to others.

We must cultivate happiness from within, and work to spread it around to everyone we interact with. The monk used say, “Everyone has a purpose or a mission in life.”

We have to find happiness within, and also find our purpose on the outside.

Manfaat Air Putih Bagi Kesehatan Tubuh Manusia

15 Manfaat Air Putih Bagi Kesehatan Tubuh Manusia. Source:manfaacoid

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Manfaat Air Putih Untuk kesehatan memang sangat banyak, air putih dapat digunakan untuk mengobati berbagai penyakit berbahaya atau mencegah terjadinya penyakit yang tidak diinginkan. Perlu diketahui tubuh kita terdiri lebih dari 70% cairan yang mana kebutuhan akan cairan sangat tinggi. Manfaat air dalam tubuh kita tentu tidak dapat digantikan oleh apapun. Cairan ini bisa kita dapatkan dengan mengkonsumsi air putih yang cukup. Air Putih merupakan minuman yang paling sehat dan tidak berbahaya karena dibutuhkan setiap hari oleh tubuh kita untuk menjaga kesehatan.

Manfaat Air Putih sangatlah banyak, jika diuraikan satu per satu mungkin tidak akan ada habisnya. Manfaat yang langsung dirasakan mungkin hanya menghilangkan haus pada saat siang atau malam hari. Namun lebih dari itu, manfaat air putih dapat bertambah banyak dan memberikan dampak yang positif terhadap kebugaran tubuh kita.

Manfaat Air Putih

Manfaat air putih untuk tubuh manusia memang tidak perlu diragukan lagi, berikut adalah beberapa manfaat air putih yang secara tidak terduga memiliki peran vital terhadap keberlangsungan hidup manusia.

  1. Penghilang Dehidrasi dan Haus. Ini mungkin manfaat paling utama dari air putih yaitu penghilang haus, bisa dibayangkan apa yang akan terjadi jika kita tidak minum air putih? tentu akan terjadi dehidrasi atau kekurangan cairan yang akan menyebabkan tubuh lemas. Minum banyak air putih akan menghilangkan dan mencegah terjadinya dehidrasi.Penting untuk dehidrasi : Manfaat air kelapa, Manfaat es batu
  2. Menjaga Keseimbangan Cairan Dalam Tubuh 

    Sekitar 60 % dari tubuh manusia terdiri dari air. Minum cukup air akan mempertahankan keseimbangan cairan tubuh, yang membantu transportasi nutrisi dalam tubuh, mengatur suhu tubuh, mencerna makanan, dan masih banyak lagi.

    Penting untuk keseimbangan cairan tubuh :

    Manfaat madu

  3. Mengkontrol Kalori dan Menurunkan Berat Badan. Upss Apa hubungan kalori, berat badan, dan minum air putih yang banyak ? Penelitian menemukan bahwa terdapat hubungan antara konsumsi air putih dengan penurunan berat badan. Apa penyebabnya? coba laih minum air sebelum makan, air akan membantu orang merasa kenyang, dan sebagai hasilnya mengkonsumsi kalori lebih sedikit yang berdampak pada penurunan berat badan.Penting untuk menurunkan berat badan:Manfaat rumput laut
    Manfaat sari kurma
    Manfaat olahraga
    Manfaat senam aerobik
  4. Meningkatkan Energi. Apa yang terjadi jika anda tidak mengkonsumsi air yang cukup, terlebih saat olahraga ? efek pertama yang dirasakan tentu adalah lelah. Otot yang kekurangan air tidak akan dapat bekerja optimal yang menyebabkan terjadinya kelelahan.Penting untuk energi:Manfaat matahari
    Manfaat daging ular
    Manfaat sarapan pagi
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  5. Membantu Mengeluarkan Racun. Bagaimana bisa kita berkeringat atau buang air kecil tanpa bantuan air? padahal kedua proses ini adalah salah satu mekanisme tubuh dalam membantu menghilangkan racun. Air putih dapat membantu mengeluarkan cairan keringat yang mengurangi resiko batu ginjal dan infeksi saluran kemih.Penting untuk detok:Manfaat detox wajah
    Manfaat buah bit
  6. Membuat Kulit Halus dan Cerah. Minum air putih yang cukup dapat membantu melembabkan kulit, membuatnya terus segar, lembut, bercahaya dan halus. Racun dalam tubuh dapat memiliki efek yang dapat menyebabkan kulit meradang, menyebabkan pori pori tersumbat dan akhirnya akan menyebabkan jerawat. Konsumsi air ini dapat meningkatkan proses pengeluaran racun melalui keringat secara lancar yang akhirnya dapat membuat kulit halus dan cerah.Penting untuk kulit halus:Manfaat daging biawak
    Manfaat kulit semangka
    Manfaat vitamin E
  7. Menjaga fungsi Ginjal. Pernah mendengar penyakit batu ginjal, gagal ginjal? penyebab utamanya adalah kekurangan cairan atau yang sering kita dengar dengan istilah kurang minum. Perlu kita ketahui, ginjal memproses 200 liter darah setiap hari, menyaring keluar limbah dan mengangkut urin ke kandung kemih. Namun, ginjal butuh cairan yang cukup untuk membersihkan apa yang tidak dibutuhkan dalam tubuh, air putih adalah kunci/senjata utamanya.Penting untuk ginjal :Manfaat kentang
    Manfaat susu kedelai
    Manfaat temulawak
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  8. Meningkatkan Produktivitas. Minum segelas air putih dapat membantu meningkatkan fokus dan mengembalikan tenaga (menrefresh tubuh) agar kembali dapat bekerja secara normal dan tinggi.
  9. Mencegah Menuaan Dini. Sudah menjadi rahasia umum bahwa manfaat minum air putih adalah untuk mencegah penuaan dini. Minum air putih yang banyak dapat mengeluarkan racun dalam tubuh yang dapat mengencangkan kulit mengecilkan pori pori dan akan berdampak pada penuaan dini. Tidak heran bahwa rahasia awet muda para selebritis Indonesia ataupun dunia adalah minum air putih secara teratur dan cukup.
  10. Mengembalikan Mood/Mood Boaster. Sedang stress atau tidak mood terhadap pekerjaan, masalah rumah tangga, atau dengan teman? cobalah minum segelas air putih yang dapat membantu anda mengembalikan mood dan kembali segar.
  11. Meningkatkan Fungsi Otak. Minum air putih minimal 2 litter satu hari dapat meningkatkan fungsi otak, air akan membantu meningkatkan konsentrasi dan kelancaran sistem saraf di otak.Penting untuk fungsi otak:Manfaat omega 3
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  12. Mencegah dan ‘Obat’ Demam. Anda pernah demam? nah dari pengalaman saya sendiri jika saya demam sangat jarang pergi ke dokter, yang saya lakukan adalah meminum air putih yang banyak secara rutin. Perjam usahakan minum air putih beberapa gelas, hal ini akan membuat kita sering buang air kecil dan dalam 1 dua hari demam pun turun.
  13. Melawan Beberapa Penyakit. Sariawan, panas dalam, sakit tenggorokan adalah beberapa penyakit yang dapat kita bantu.
  14. Meningkatkan Sistem Peredaran Darah. Air dapat membantu meningkatkan dan mempelancar sistem peredaran darah manusia. Konsumsi air akan membantu dalam proses transportasi dalam tubuh manusia.
  15. Mengobati Sakit Kepala dan Migrain. Jika anda mengalami sakit kepala atau migrain, hal pertama yang dapat anda lakukan untuk mendapatkan bantuan adalah minum banyak air. Sakit kepala dan migrain sering disebabkan oleh dehidrasi atau kekurangan cairan dalam tubuh.Dalam studi yang dipublikasikan dalam European Journal of Neurology, peneliti menemukan bahwa peningkatan asupan air membantu mengurangi jumlah dan intensitas sakit kepala pada peserta penelitian.

Manfaat minum air putih niscaya kita akan mendapatkan manfaat yang sangat besar untuk tubuh kita di luar hal yang disebutkan di atas. Selain air putih ada beberapa manfaat lain dari air yang mungkin penting dan belum kita sadari. Manfaat kesehatan tubuh yang penting untuk kita menuntut kita harus mengkonsumsi air secara cukup setiap hari.

Manfaat Air Putih Untuk Mengecah Penyakit Berbahaya

Manfaat air putih lainnya adalah untuk mencegah berbagai penyakit kronis yang menyerang tubuh. Penyakit ini antara lain adalah stroke dan kanker, ada banyak penyakit lain yang dapat dicegah dengan minum air putih minimal 2 liter per hari. Selain itu manfaat terpenting air putih adalah menurunkan kadar racun yang ada di dalam tubuh melalui air seni. Semakin banyak kita minum air putih maka akan semakin banyak racun yang akan dibuang dari dalam tubuh kita.

Tips Agar Dapat Minum Air Putih Yang Banyak

Apa yang harus anda lakukan agar dapat mengkonsumsi air putih yang cukup setiap hari ?

  1. Berolahraga, pasti akan membutuhkan minum yang lebih banyak
  2. Bawa botol minum dimana pun anda berada.
  3. Konsumsi buah-buahan kaya air seperti semangka, jeruk, dan sebagainya.

Ada banyak manfaat minum air putih yang baik untuk tubuh dan kesehatan manusia, jadi ada baiknya anda meminum air yang cukup setiap hari.