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Brian Phillips

Eat Protein

After your 40s, your aging body loses around 8% of muscle mass per decade. To keep your body strong and healthy, your body needs good quality protein. Eating a moderate diet and eating good sources of protein regularly can help your body stay strong. Aim at eating 30 grams of protein at every meal or at least 2 meals a day.

Eat Protein

Keep the brand identity in mind

Define the brand’s identity on the logo. Every brand has a personality and the logo needs to carry its story proudly. In order to deliver that, you will need to have a thorough understanding of the company story and what they represent. Get to the bottom of the brand’s identity with questions concerning how did they start and what inspired them. Ask the business owner what it is that makes them stand out from the rest of the market. 

Using White Noise

White noise is the term used to identify the sounds that a baby hears in the womb. For a human, it's a pretty weird sound, and there would be no comfort included whatsoever. However, for a baby, it's the most peaceful found in the world as it is the same sound a baby hears in the memory they felt the safest in, the womb. By playing white noise, your baby will feel calmer and be a lot easier to put to sleep.

Avoid Stress

Sometimes stressful situations and unwanted thoughts can also cause tension headaches. Staying calm and managing stress is the only way to relieve a tension that is stress-triggered. Indulge yourself in doing something relaxing and get out of the situation. Learn to accept the fact that you are stressed and express your anxiousness in a healthy way.

Avoid Stress

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