Trouble Spots On Your Body – Very few people are able to say honestly that they are totally happy with their body. Everyone has at least one gripe – if it is not big feet, it is thin hair or knobbly knees.
All these perceived ‘flaws’ can be improved or disguised, but as anyone who has ever tried (and failed) to move the fat that sits on strategic points such as hips, thighs, stomachs, and buttocks knows, it is much easier to hide the flaws than to tackle them. Trouble spots such as these are notoriously stubborn to shift, but it is possible to alter your outline with a combination of diet and exercise.
Finding And Improving Your True Form – Try these following steps:
Step 1: Confront Your Body
Go on, be brave. Strip to your underwear, stand in front of a mirror and have a good look at your body. Take your time and be tough but realistic. You may have disliked your thighs since you were 16 – and they will probably never be those of a supermodel – but if you look hard enough you might just find that they are not as bad as you have always thought they were, and that improving them is not going to be that hard after all.
We’ve all been there, those nights where you toss and turn, staring at the clock, every minute seeming impossibly slow. Not being able to fall asleep is a frustrating experience for everyone (and so is having to endure the next day in a sleep-deprived haze), and sleeping pills should only be last resort. Fortunately, there are a few scientifically-backed natural methods that can help you knock yourself out for the night. Try these out and let me know which ones work for you.
1. Hide the clock
Watching the clock only increases your anxiety about not being able to sleep; plus, the light from a digital clock can interfere with sleep problems. Cover it or turn it away from your face.