CONSIDERATIONS FOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

If you are battling to drum up enthusiasm towards home study, exercise for 20 to 30 minutes, a brisk walk is as beneficial as anything, you will not only oxygenate the brain and improve circulation, but also, endorphins or mood elevators will be secreted throughout your system.

Tests and exams require a general ability to concentrate and retain information, to ensure a consistent supply of fuel, eat six small meals of equal size, daily.

Rosemary tea or capsules improve brain memory retention, and so do cell salts of Silica and an herb called Gingko Biloba.  Nursing-home test results have proven Gingko Biloba assists the elderly with senile dementia.

Relaxing the nerves may be necessary at times, use Vit B Complex and relaxing herbal teas available in tea bag form, these will help you sleep more soundly too.

To improve performance during sporting events,  specific amino acids may asist in the areas of endurance, removal of lactic acid build-up in the muscles, weight loss and building muscle mass.

Guarana may improve stamina and give you an “edge” when competing in any important sporting events.

Acne and blackheads are the bane of practically every teenager’s life, avoid preserved meats, (ie hot dogs, hamburgers, sausages, pork, bacon)  sugars and possibly dairy products.

Drink one and a half to two litres of water daily and ensure that you are not constipated.

Apply to the face for half an hour a mask of grated cucumber or oatmeal cooked in milk and  then wash off, always washing with just-warm water, too hot water stimulates the production of sebum which clogs the pores and enables infection to begin.

Teenagers require 1200 – 1400 mg of Calcium daily to be able to form strong bones that will not deteriorate to the point of osteoporosis later on in life.

Young women who menstruate heavily, or exercise excessively or follow a vegan or vegetarian diet may very well have low blood levels of iron, supplements are readily available from myself.

For further assistance please telephone me on 0427239676.

 

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