When it comes to achieving and maintaining optimum health, many of us have a pretty nasty habit. And that habit is talking ourselves out of success.
We here at Sandstone Chiropractic have seen it all too often. Heck, some of us even fall prey to the habit ourselves. It typically begins by making up all kinds of roadblocks that stand in the way of optimum health.
Maybe we think we don’t know enough about health and fitness, don’t trust anyone enough to guide us, or honestly believe we don’t have what it takes to make any progress or ultimate meet our goals.
Well, guess what? You do have what it takes, as long as you do the physical footwork and the mental prepping.
Grab a pen and paper and try this exercise to see what we mean:
Count your blessings.
Write down every single blessing in your life: the physical, the spiritual, the everything. You’ll be surprised at the amount of abundance you already have.
Compile your attributes.
Write down several positive statements about yourself. Are you creative? Kind? Compassionate? A math whiz? Brainstorm with a pal if you get stuck.
Envision your accomplishments.
Now write down your goals as if you’ve already accomplished them.
Instill positive thoughts.
Read your full list out loud to yourself every morning, keeping it handy throughout your day to boost yourself with ongoing positive thoughts.
Don’t give up if you don’t wake up in a week with an overwhelming craving for broccoli instead of chocolate and the endurance of a tri-athlete. Every small step in the right direction is a huge step toward your goals.
Clear the interference.
Even the best efforts can be sidelined by nerve interference, which can stem from various physical, environmental and mental causes. Reducing and eliminating this interference is what chiropractic care is all about, so schedule an appointment at our Montgomery or Magnolia clinic today.
Our goal is to help you reach your goals, and we’ll do what we can to help you make that happen! Call Sandstone or schedule your comprehensive exam with x-rays online.