Mild Asperger’s and Posture.

Asperger's and Psoture
Tension from Asperger’s and Life

Sometimes people may say to us that we has a “stick up our asses” or seem uncomfortable. To ourselves, we may seem normal, but in reality, we actually are quite stiff and need to loosen up. Here are some things to keep in mind.

  • While I do not advocate drug use as a cure all to all your problems, I have known cases where individuals have been less tense after using light drugs (such as cannabis, mescaline, psycho-active plants, among other things). This is a very personal choice, but if proper care is taken in the care of a medical doctor, it can help to use alternative medicine. With stress lessened, posture can improve, even if you overthink, since normal stress capacity is expanded to include things you worry about with asperger’s.
  • Consider using natural remedies. There are many across the web, but I imagine that you can find many herb and things that can improve your mood and make you feel up just a little bit more.
  • Getting gluathione tends to help a bit. While you have to make sure it is absorbed,  if you can find the proper mix, things can improve quite a bit with this substance. This can reduce stress as well “fog” due to neuro-toxicity from the world around us.
  • Studying peaceful philosophical ideas can help. Alan Watts tends to help with this. This helps reduce stress and breaks down artificial ideas we have about our world.
  • Have a side of laughter. Many times we may feel like we are on the defensive, but that does not have to be the case. This can loosen muscles and keep you in an open position.
  • Talk to a therapist. While it does not always work, talking to a quality therapist can bring out the problems in you and place a mirror in front of you.
  • Invest in your health. If you can, try buying the freshest foods you can. This will improve your overall health as well as help you feel lighter and not as bloated and uptight.
  • Take a walk. This can clear the mind and give you times to empty yourself of serious and non-serious thoughts.
  • Try to zoom in and out of focus. Pretend you are out of body for a second, then zoom back in. Many times we feel out of our element, and so we go to the next “zone”.
  • Read up on mindfulness.  Marcus Aurelius and others are an encouragement in this area.
  • Write your thoughts out on paper. It is easy to chart things out and see how things are, whereas in your brain it is harder to chart things out since it is harder to represent things in your head.
  • Try and be grateful and content.  Despite the challenges you may face, just remember how far you have climbed the mountain. Then think that you will conquer this mountain and have more experience for it and tolerance for stress.
  • One final thought, keep unneeded stress out of your life. If something is bothering you to the point that your overall quality of life is destroyed because of it, weed it out like a bad snake. The sooner you do it, the sooner the poison from it will wear out.

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