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Food sleep Exercise for philosphy

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 37yrs • M •
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Food sleep Exercise for philosphy
how relevent do you guys feel that being 'physically' heal;thy effects your philosophical train of thought? do you ever feel a difference from when your tired (maybe to little sleep is deifferent from too mcuh sleep tho) and what you eat.. and especailly exerscing (aided by fiood sleep) especailly INTENSE cardio and then Weight Lifting! casue thats when i feel berain really 'connect' and feel different and become fast in evthing (inlcunbg phil thinking).. apperntly things like intense cardio (or just that) is the only way you can grwo new brain cells too (many studies at least on mice) and reconnect old neurions etc.. recently i been finding weights help too (alothug havent heard of weight lifting casuing brain changes as muich as intende cardio does) so i think it may make a difference maybe not obviously a lot of genetic factors and the way structure of you brain in the first place (ex: einstein had a part missing so neurons can connect faster.. in the math area of brain etc...).. but what are your thoughts on factors such as sleep diet n exercsie effecting your phiklsopical way of thinking comming up with theory's etc.. or any other influcens in experience?

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 31yrs • M •
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 30yrs • F •
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Its been proven that sleep and excercise have a direct affect on your mood and state of mind by helping to regulate the amount of endorphins your body gets and to regulate other chemicals in your brain all of which enable you to think better and more easily. Besides the obvious ..when your tired its harder to think becasue your brain is sluggish and needs to 're boot'

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"wit is only educated insolence"
 36yrs • M •
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the level of activity varies widely from person to person. if you are "moderately" active in your every day life i think it is possible to achieve your "maximum philosophical potential" if you will. little to no activity can definately bring you down on many different levels. if you are healthy, you dont spend any time even thinking about your health, which means more time to philosophize

long periods without sleep can be useful in some cases. generally to keep yourself in good thinking processes you should stick to a normal sleeping pattern.

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"A loving heart is the beginning of all knowledge. - Thomas Carlyle"
 36yrs • M •
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with regard to the quandrary of physical exercise having a positive effect on cognative capability, there is an interesting perspective gaining support in certain philosophical, psychological and biological circles. this perspective deals with the relationship between the mind and body. in short it hypothesizes that the mind and the body are not seperate entities interacting intimately with one another, but, in fact, one and the same. it can be drawn from this innitial presupposition that physical exercise and cognative exercise, and, in turn, physical and cognative health, are one as well. but who really knows?

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