Do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. It means that each day has enough trouble of its own. But it is not that simple.

Is it better not to leave your worry for tomorrow and take care of it now or is it better not to think about your worry and just leave it for tomorrow’. Honestly, I think both are used just as it suits. There is something to be said for both variations. Sometimes you just shouldn’t worry because it’s not important. And sometimes you need to address the issues you’re worried about as soon as possible because then you can let it go.

And letting go is very important because worrying causes a physical burden, which, if it lasts for a long time, can be very unhealthy.

What happens when you worry? You start thinking. Thinking of scenarios that don’t yet exist and probably never will. You start thinking about consequences and solutions. When you think, your brain uses 70% of your energy. We see the physical effect of this in your breathing that becomes higher and in your stomach that is partly stopped and stops digesting. Everyone knows the effect that a strong thinking emotion can have on the stomach. This can range from an unpleasant feeling in the abdomen to vomiting, constipation and diarrhoea. You understand that this thinking without solution shouldn’t take too long.

Because when the digestion is insufficient, there is an accumulation of waste products. This starts in the intestines and will also spread. It is now known that this can eventually lead to all kinds of other problems, such as high cholesterol, stomach ulcer, migraine, allergies, high blood pressure, shortness of breath, eczema. These are a few conditions that can arise initially. After this, the problems only get more complicated and bigger.

Modern psychology agrees that worry can lead to all kinds of physical problems. And yet little is being done physically to address this. Don’t worry is easy advice that can be all too difficult to implement. In addition to the psychological approach, you can also work from the physical side. Namely ensuring that the abdomen feels comfortable, is clean and has a healthy rhythm.
‘A healthy mind in a healthy body’ is another old truth that we could spend a little more time with. In this case. When your intestines can digest well, there is healthy breathing and energy supply and you can deal with problems more effectively and in a more proportionate way; Figuratively speaking, you can then better digest the problems.


Now here are the steps to follow and do to improve your abdomen and lower your worry rate:

  1. Train your relaxed abdominal breathing. Place 2 hands on the stomach and inhale and watch your belly fill under your hands. Exhale and watch your hands come back down. Breathe in peace for 5 minutes and do this 2 x a day.
  2. Do your bending exercise 2x a day. Bend over; First inhale fully. Then bend over and let yourself hang all over your stomach with hands down to the floor. Come back calmly and exhale
    Bend back afterwards; Inhale first again and now lean back with your hands at your sides. Come back and exhale.
    Repeat bending forward and back 10 times.
  3. Take at least 30 minutes of cyclical exercise, such as walking, cycling, swimming or something similar. Not too strenuous, but an activation of your stomach, breathing and circulation.
  4. Eat healthy; high in fiber, such as bread, rice, other seeds, and green vegetables. Furthermore, as little refined food as possible (unnatural for produced food). Be careful with sugars and the so-called E numbers.
  5. Take Taiwan Chlorella in the normal daily dose for your daily cleaning and for extra clean-up if needed.
  6. Live your life in a rum rhythm with enough time for your activities and for your relaxation.
    If you do this you will see how much these simple things can positively affect concerns that you thought were only in your head.


To conclude, just kick in the open door with these thoughts:

You do not have any problems in life? Why worry now?
If you do have a problem and you can’t do anything about it now. Why worry now?
If you do have a problem and you can do something about it now Why worry now?

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