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How I Combined Meditation and Exercise to Reduce Stress

Why combine physical activity and meditation? Well, for one thing it saves me time. Usually I would meditate and then exercise. Now, I do both at the same time. While working out on my elliptical, the idea came to me. Since then I’ve been combining both. I was listening to Lord of the Dance RiverDance, which is one of my favorite pieces of music for my workout. You need to convert some of your favorite YouTube videos to MP3 files.

I have enclosed a few links of YouTube videos for your workout/meditation at the end of this post.

Elliptical Workout Source: bvretreatGood for Managing Stress

In addition to saving me time, I get to manage my stress. Those surges of adrenaline that are a result of nerve agitating mental experiences such as work frustrations, confrontations with other people, and time pressure. These surges of adrenaline cause your heart to pump harder, tense your muscles, and put you in an anxious state of mind.

While this is happening, adrenaline opposes the action of insu…

Why Is Your Body Not Able to Keep Your Blood Sugar Levels From Rising?

It took me a while until I was able to see the big picture how my pre diabetes, my diet, insulin, beta cells, and diabetes all related to each other. Once I connected all the pieces of the puzzle, I had a clear idea how to proceed to reverse my pre diabetes and not develop diabetes.


Diabetes occurs when your body loses its ability to keep your blood sugar levels from rising too high. Since 1970, obesity rates have skyrocketed along with an epidemic of diabetes in adults. As scientists have learned more about the cause of diabetes, it has become apparent that adult-onset diabetes (diabetes type 2) and obesity are just different manifestations of the same disease process. Some doctors call it “diabisity”. It’s clear what brings on adult-onset diabetes, and why so many people are overweight today.

The development of insulin as medication has been an important achievement of modern medicine. Insulin has saved many lives of both children and young people with type 1 diabetes since the 1920s.…