Is there a friend from your past you have not talked to for a long time that you could call to reconnect your relationship?
Steps to Take Now Discuss with doctor or therapist suggestions for improving physical strength Learn about exercises you can work on to improve your physical stamina and strength (from your medical support or through research on your own. One that may help motivate you is the website for the National Center on Health, Physical Activity and Disability (NCHPAD), a public health promotion resource for people with disabilities.
to see how their programs are designed and developed for an array of physical challenges as well as how you might participate.
Despite challenges you face and obstacles that may undermine your current situation, there are plenty of things you can explore, research, and try to create opportunities for success.
It takes some time to evaluate yourself and your unique situation.
And that can be helpful in providing a reality check and in coming up with additional ideas you might not think of on your own.
If you prefer to do this by yourself, that’s okay, too.Set up a routine to gradually increase practicing these exercises and monitor progress weekly Monitor for two weeks your sleep and rest patterns to better understand how your body reacts and responds Make a list of household tasks that need to be done.Divide the list into those tasks you can do now, those you think you might be able to work towards accomplishing, and those that you need accommodations or help with now.If you are not as mobile as you’d been in the past, or if you have an illness that can be treated with a change in diet, ask your doctor or find a nutritionist to discuss best foods to help you get the nutrients you need while keeping your weight and/or illness in check until you are able to exercise effectively.Of course physical abilities can change on an hourly, daily, or yearly basis.What comes to mind when you think about the next step in your life?If you agree that you want to build a more stable future, than you have to include looking and preparing for opportunity.But the time you spend figuring out your abilities and options for making progress towards your goals is a great investment toward improving your situation and moving towards the life you want.The first step is to have a thorough understanding of where you are today and where you want to be.Recognizing the physical abilities you have now as well as identifying those you think you can work on acquiring or improving is an evolving activity.The plan is to take a snapshot of your physical status on a frequent basis so you can review it to come up with an overview that is accurate.