The human brain has one amazing feature: it is able to create new connections between cells. Thanks to these connections, called synapses, a person is focused and can be productive. There is an opinion that the number of these synapses is unlimited, but this statement is far from the truth. Of course, their intensive formation occurs in the early periods of a person’s life, over time this process slows down, but does not stop. But this, unfortunately, compensates for only a small number of those who disappear as a result of, at first glance, ordinary habits.

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In today’s world, 90 percent of people sit most of the time. They sit at work, in public transport, at home while eating or watching TV. After all, even in ancient times it was known that an active person is healthier and more productive! What should a modern busy person do? Running to work in the morning? Change it to another? No, it is not necessary to do this, it is enough to add warm-up to your daily activities. So let’s consider the topic not about morning exercises, but about certain exercises at the workplace. No one will notice your warm-up, but it will bring you significant benefits.

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1. Contact with nature.

Have you ever wondered why people have so many chronic diseases these days? One of the important factors that increase the risk of various pathologies is living in unnatural conditions and dirty places (for example, in big cities). A walk in the fresh air helps a person to be healthier, to improve the condition of the cardiovascular and respiratory systems, thanks to which people live longer and feel energetic and productive.

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Our health, beauty and attractiveness depend on many factors, but the most important factor is healthy sleep. If you do not get enough sleep, it will lead to the appearance of wrinkles, dark circles under the eyes, irritability, drowsiness, increased fatigue and even hypertension. The duration of night sleep should be about 8 hours a day, but in today’s world, most people sleep 5-6 hours or even less.

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