5 Tools For Your Self Care Toolkit with Jill Daniels Myers of Yodaya Wellness
Updated: Aug 21
RL180 — 5 Tools For Your Self Care Toolkit with Jill Daniels Myers of Yodaya Wellness
On the Retirement Lifestyle Show, Roshan Loungani welcomes back Jill Myers to the podcast. Jill is an integrative nutrition health coach whose work addresses overlooked health aspects to facilitate people’s optimal health and well-being. They break down the five most important tools for your self-care tool kit.
The information shared in "The 5 Tools For Your Self-Care Toolkit" podcast is for educational purposes only and is not medical advice. Consult a healthcare professional for personalized guidance.
[00:53] Investing in Your Health and Wellness
[04:36] Learning to Breathe
[06:55] One-Minute Live Breathing Exercise
[10:58] Can Breathing Fix Your Sleeping Issues?
[12:28] The Benefits of Proper Hydration
[17:30] Lemon Water Versus Regular Water First Thing in the Morning
[18:44] The Food That We Eat
[24:00] How to Help Your Body Prepare For Digestion
[27:07] The Problem with Eating Too Fast
[28:40] Functional Movement For Health and Wellness
[33:40] The 3 Most Important Functional Movements
[36:30] Movement For Flexibility
[38:27] Health-Span Versus Lifespan
[40:16] Ways to Reset Your Mind and Shift Your Perspective
[46:38] How to Move From Pessimistic to Optimistic Thinking
[51:02] Live a Life of Gratitude
[53:09] What to Expect From Jill’s Coaching Program
[58:00] Parting Thoughts
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Full Show Notes:
The 5 Tools For Your Self-Care Toolkit
1. Learning to Breathe
We all breathe to survive, but most people don’t breathe intentionally. According to Jill, mindful breathing and bringing your attention to the present can help break the pattern of negative, stressful thoughts by evoking a relaxation response.
2. Proper Hydration
A lot of us live our lives in a dehydrated state. Jill explains that staying hydrated is one of the best things you can do for your overall health. Simply drinking at least eight cups of water a day can help support physical performance, prevent constipation, regulate our temperature, lubricate joints, and protect organs and tissues. However, too much water can also be a bad thing.
3. The Food That We Eat
Food is an essential component of the self-care kit. Your goal should be to focus on
eating well. Staying away from processed foods, including sugar, is key.
4. Functional Movements For Health
Not only does exercise improve your physical health, but it also helps improve your mental state over time.
5. Reset Your Mind.
You are what you think. The energy you send out – your thoughts, words, and feelings – creates your experience. Your thoughts are the only thing standing in your way. They are your biggest blocks. So look at them – are they true, or do you have false thoughts on repeat?
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