Staying Fit As I-Café Owners
The typical daily routines of i-café owners are not enviable. Except for a few who have employees and staff to do all the things needed in the operation of the business, most i-café owners are categorized as self-employed. They own the business, spend their hard-earned savings to put it up and personally run or tend the i-café to recover their investment and make some money doing so. Most i-cafés have long hours of operations. Majority start at 9:00 to 10:00 in the morning and close at 1:00 to 2:00 AM of the next day.
The above-stated work schedule of a self-employed i-café owner is very taxing to his human body. Doing so everyday without fail can be likened to computer system’s claim of being up 24/7 for a whole year. Another way of saying this kind of service availability is being a five-nine company or 99.999% reliability.
How can a human body be available 99.999% of the time if not by being healthy all the time? And how can one be always healthy? I say this is possible if you know the Treatments for Symptoms of a disease. Treatments for symptoms is similar to preventive maintenance being done on a machine so that it can perform its duty-cycle 100% of the time. It is following strictly the do’s and don’ts in operating the machine.
We all know that the human body is a machine that needs to be maintained so that it can operate whenever needed. There are things that we should take to energize our body and there are also things that we should avoid so as not to disturb the clockwork precision jobs of some organs inside it.
I cannot say what you should and what you should not do to stay fit. Only you and your doctor can say that. As a guide to good health, read this interesting article about Dr Daniel Amen, the founder of the Amen Clinics. Find more information about treating symptoms through Dr. Daniel Amen’s profile here. Happy reading and stay fit for your job, your family and yourself.
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