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8 Things To Do For Yourself

Loving yourself is perhaps the most essential ingredient to a healthy and happy life. When you don’t love yourself, it’s hard to be confident. It’s hard to put yourself out there and let others love you. You might find it difficult to take risks, at work, in love or at home. When you don’t love yourself, you’re never truly happy, even when everything is going well. 

But, loving yourself can be difficult. Most of us are really good at seeing the negatives, or what we perceive as negatives about ourselves. But, we’re not as good at the love. We’re hard on ourselves, and most people can tell you the things that they dislike about themselves, far more easily than they can give you a list of their positive points. Sometimes, to love yourself, you need to do things for yourself. Things that boost your mood and help you to feel better. Here are eight things that you can do for yourself, to help you fall in love, and find happiness. 

Exercise

Exercise has so many advantages. It can help you to be fitter and healthier. It can boost your circulation and help you to sleep better. Exercise makes you happy and confident. It’s one of the best things that you can do for yourself, even if it’s just an after-dinner walk. 

Laugh

Laughing, and smiling more will also boost your confidence, and spending time with people that make you laugh can reduce your stress levels and help to reduce negative thoughts. 

Make Big Changes

Loving yourself just as you are would be lovely. But it’s not always possible. And, if we’re honest, it might not always be healthy. If you’ve got bad habits, like smoking, overeating, or drinking too much, cutting down, giving up or looking at Weight Loss Surgery can help you to be healthier and happier. It could help you to live longer too.

Go to Bed Earlier

Maybe the easiest thing that you can do for yourself is to sleep more and get into a healthy sleep routine. More sleep means less stress. It will help you to feel more alert and focused, and most of us find it easier to be positive when we are well-rested. 

Start Saying No

Do you say yes to everything people ask you to do? To every plan that’s made or every appointment that comes up? Most of us say yes to everyone because we’re desperate to please. Start saying no when you don’t want to do something, or when you don’t have time. Say yes to things that are good for you. Put yourself first sometimes. 

Be Grateful

Being grateful is nice. Think about all of the things in your life that you are thankful for. It’s a great way to appreciate everything good in your life and can rub off on how you feel about yourself. 

Have Dreams

Hopes and dreams are great. They give us focus and things to get excited about. They help us get through the mundane parts of everyday life. It’s good to be excited. 

Write Down The Positives

If you are someone that struggles to see the positives, in yourself and your life, you might find that writing them down helps. Spend a few minutes at the end of the day writing down (or at least thinking about) things that you love. About yourself, about your day, or about your life in general.

 

Can Don Karl Juravin and the Gastric Bypass ALTERNATIVE regimen cure diabetes 2 & obesity?

Has Don Karl Juravin, not a doctor, invented a “cure” or a method to reverse diabetes type 2? Tina Simpson lost 92 lbs and lowered A1c from 10.3 to 5.7

Has Don Karl Juravin, not a doctor, invented a %22cure%22 or a method to reverse diabetes type 2? Tina Simpson lost 92 lbs and lowered A1c from 10.3 to 5.7

Ten years ago, Juravin invented the Gastric Bypass ALTERNATIVE, a regimen claiming to be “cheaper, safer and better than gastric sleeve, gastric bypass or any bariatric surgery or weight loss surgery.”

Tina Simpson (51, TX) was 232 lbs, overweight by 92 lbs, with diabetes type 2 for 31 years. Tina’s A1c level was high and uncontrolled 10.3 despite taking four medications a day: Metformin 1000 mg twice daily, Glipizide 10 mg twice daily, Actos 45 mg once daily, and Januvia 50 mg daily. She also suffered from hypertension (Losartan 25 mg daily), high cholesterol (Tricor 145 mg daily) and hidradenitis.

Tina started using Gastric Bypass ALTERNATIVE on March 31, 2017 at 232 lbs and after losing her first 20 lbs on the regimen, she felt she no longer needed Januvia for her diabetes. Within six weeks she stopped taking the Tricor for cholesterol. At three months, Tina stopped taking any of the diabetes or hypertension medications as her A1c levels stabilized at 5.7 (normal) down from high 10.3. She lost 92 lbs in 6 months and achieved a healthy weight of 140 lbs, for which she received the 100% money back from Juravin.

So has Don Karl Juravin really invented a cure for obesity? for diabetes type 2? Tina Simpson may feel so and many of the 40,000 members in the Gastric Bypass ALTERNATIVE Facebook group Facebook.com/groups/LOST100

Diabetes type 2 care be reversed and not necessarily “cured”, states Don Karl Juravin, the inventor.