I am a 28 year old man.
My routine is hectic.
I m living 2 lives - one as a corporate employee and other as a student preparing for competitive exam.
Managing between the two is a challenge.
However I m trying but failing regularly.
One change in myself I have noticed is losing physical stamina and strength.
Even waking up from bed in past some time is a challenge.
I have irregular sleep, bad ad-hoc diet, little physical workout.
Mine is a desk job, and only time I usually get up in office from seat is when I need to board cab for home.
I already have other problems related to health like greying hair, overweight and skin itching (Taking treatment for this which includes teczine that induces sleep).
Weakened will power and stress too are an issue.
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Sir, I can really understand what you are going through, I suggest you to follow a daily routine plan.i am assuming you work for 8 hrs a day, probably between 9AM to 5pm. For that my suggestion are-1. Try to wake up daily at 5AM try to do yoga atleast for 30-40mins, go for a morning jogging atleast for 30-40min, and do meditation for 15-20 mins without skipping( most important). 2.daily before going for work have one glass of milk and a egg with whatever you usually eat. 3. Always go to your work in a positive attitude, before going to work avoid thinking negatively at any cost, best think to do is to imagine you having a awesome day however absurd it appears to you, before you even enter your office. Because it will give you some kind of hope and confidence about your worklife. 4.when you come back to your home practice breathing excercise, if there is a near by swimming classes join that or play cricket with the friends or else you can take a nap for 1 hr. The main goal here is to destress with the things that makes you happy and resume your preparation for your exams in a good happy mode after this. 5.most importantly never skip a meal because human brain needs glucose and energy to work, if you deprive that, there is no point in doing anything. So try to include sprouts, yoghurt, green leafy vegetables, fresh fruits, nuts in your diet. 6. Try to get atleast 6-8 hrs sleep, and try to sleep having a good thought, so think about the best part of your entire day and remember that.
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