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MY FORMULA FOR GETTING CLEAR!! (for what its worth ^_^)

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Hi people,

I haven't visited these boards for a while and I just thought I would pop in and share my progress with my skin problems. To make a long story really, really short.... I once had crazy bad skin (at 2 different times of my life, for a total of 7 years) but now I am completely 100% clear of acne. Yippee!! ^_^

So, for what it's worth I would like to share the methods I used to get clear. I'm going to try and keep this very short and sweet (so this post might be a little messy) and share my little nuggets of precious information from my personal experience, hopefully some of what I am going to share with you will benefit some of you guys.

Firstly, some of the thing things I tried that DIDN'T work:

1. Tetracycline

2. Roaccutane (though it did clear me up for around 2 years)

3. Chris Gibson's Acne Free in 3 days diet (Although looking back this did steer me in the right direction)

4. Sticking potter's clay on my face

5. Slathering my face in castor oil every night

6. Skin Peels

7. Tea bags on my face (because apparently the anti-oxidants will kill the bacteria in my pimples.... LOL)

8. Food Combining (Though this does have some value in it I think)

9. Basically every commercial skin product on the market

OK I'm sure alot of you guys have been through all of that or similar in trying to get clear. Alot of commercialized products, techniques from distant relatives and stuff you find surfing the net. Maybe some of that stuff will work for some people but in my opinion, keep trying to get clear that way and you will be stuck in a vicious circle.

Surprisingly what worked for me was very simple, cheap, and now looking back makes perfect sense to have worked, and to continue to work.

So here are my tips to getting clear, some are very obvious and you may already be putting them to use, but maybe there is that 1 missing link that you need to finally get clear! I have also provided some resources for each tip for you to go check out if you wish. (Mostly YouTube vids).

By the way, I have started publishing a more detailed version of my regimen for getting clear on my blog: theanonymousguru

Here we go:

1. Getting proper sleep

Now I had suffered from insomnia for many years, and people who also suffer know that this is easier said than done.

But, if you make an EFFORT to condition your body to sleep you CAN overcome insomnia.

How did I do it personally? 2 things:

• Yoga

• Meditation

Now, I'm not going to give you lessons on meditation and yoga here but I can tell you that these 2 practices (which have now become daily habits) will not only change your sleep and your skin problems, they will change your entire LIFE. And when I say change I mean DRASTICALLY IMPROVE. If you decide to get into the habit of Yoga and Meditation to get better sleep, do it before you go to bed and you will find yourself refreshed but relaxed and getting to sleep will be easy.

The aim of Yoga and meditation for sleeping is to stop your brain from thinking, that is the main reason people can't sleep is because their mind isn't clear and relaxed, if you can clear your mind before going to bed without Yoga or meditation congratulations.

But anyway, make sure you get proper sleep... that's my rule #1.

Resources:

- Look up Burt Goldman or The Silva Mind Method for some guided meditations on Youtube, but if you want to get serious I suggest you go and read some books. One book in particular is called 'The Wheels of Life' by Anodea Judith.

- Look up some Yoga videos on YouTube or go and buy a DVD so you can do at home before you sleep.

2. Drinking CLEAN water

My case might be unique, but I am very sensitive to the chemicals in tap water. I didn't know this for a Loooong time and to make things worse I was boiling my water before drinking it (which actually didn't get rid of the chemicals in my tap water, it just concentrated it).... to make things even worse I had a very dirty electric kettle which was basically black inside from all the chemicals that was getting boiled up inside.

So yeah, I was on a regimen of drinking 10 glasses of water a day but little did I know I was just depositing poisons (to me anyway) into my body and lymph system.

What I have now is a very, very good water filter (It cost me $300). My filter has a bulb-like ceramic filter at the top and after a week of passing tap water through it, it is covered in brown sludge. There are another 6 filtering mechanisms after the bulb so I know I am drinking very clean, pure water. Whenever I drink tap water these days I can really taste the difference.

So, please make sure you are drinking CLEAN water, by what ever means. And oh, don't drink soft drinks or even fruit juices do you know how much sugar are in those things?!

3. Regular exercise and sunlight

All I do is walk for 45 minutes outdoors every day and play basketball in a league on the weekends, but you do what you like as long as you get outside regularly and move your body.

If you have bad eating habits, or have been drinking dirty water for years (like I had), when you do strenuous exercise and sweat you will probably notice that your acne gets worse for a little while. You may even notice that the sweat stings your eyes until you almost cannot see.

This is because your lymph system is dirty and the only way to get your lymph system circulating is by moving your body. When you move your body the toxins in your lymph nodes are circulated around and eventually excreted in to the blood system, if you are in bad shape (like I was) it will probably be too much for your liver to handle so some of the toxins will have to escape through your skin (though I never knew why it had to be the skin on my face!)

But after awhile you will notice that as the toxins are gradually getting flushed out of your lymph system your acne wont get worse after sweating.

4. Knowing the Laws of the Universe

OK this might sound 'out there' and you might not be into this stuff but I believe this is extremely important and was possibly the most crucial step for me to get clear. These Laws not only have cleared my skin, they have drastically improved my health, my finances, my relationships, my career and most importantly my happiness.

Specifically, the Laws which I think helped me most to get clear are:

• The Law of Sacrifice

• The Law of Attraction

• The Law of Obedience

The Law of Sacrifice

Basically the Law of Sacrifice states that 'You have to give up things of a lower nature to gain things of a higher nature'

E.g - Give up drinking soft drinks to gain clear skin / stop eating junk food to lose weight / give up smoking for greater health etc.

This is about discipline and creating new positive habits. We are all controlled by our habits, create positive habits and positive results will soon follow.

The Law of Attraction

I'm sure all of you have heard a little about it (probably through a movie called 'The Secret') so I'm not going to explain anything here.

Basically the beauty of this Law is it caused me to stop WORRYING about my acne and checking it out in the mirror every 10 minutes.

It taught me to feel good even when I looked horrible, not to focus on what I didn't want, and basically be happy throughout my process of healing (which did take a while). The shift of focus from being miserable to being happy even though my condition hadn't yet changed is what I believe guided me to the things which eventually healed me.

The Law of Obedience

Simply to quote Bob Proctor: 'He who obeys the laws of Nature and acts as an obedient servant later becomes the master and reaps a full harvest.'

Resources:

- Law of Sacrifice & Obedience: There's not all that much stuff out there about these Laws (they aren't as popular as The Law of Attraction) but you can hear about them on an interview with Bob Proctor on thinklovelive.com. I would also recommend getting a set of the 11 Laws program if you are able, I definitely learnt and grew alot from the teachings of this program.

- Law of Attraction: To get the absolute, perfect understanding of the Law of Attraction you MUST check out ABRAHAM-Hicks on YouTube, there are thousands of videos there for you to see and truly understand what it is and how to use it. There is a YT user called snake0charmer who has tonnes of their videos uploaded.

I feel personally indebted to these two sources of information, I truly believe they have changed my life.

And that's it! That was my formula for getting clear. (Wasn't so short and sweet after all =p)

The funny thing is now looking back, I bless my acne, I am grateful for the experience because having it FORCED me change my lifestyle, habits and patterns of thinking. I started exercising, doing Yoga, meditation, learning about the Laws of the Universe, eating and drinking healthy and as a result of making these practices a habit, they have not only cured my acne, they have improved every area of my life. They have literally transformed me.

Anyway, I hope some (at least one) of these tips has helped some of you guys out.

If you have any questions or would like more information on any of the above topics feel free to ask me and I will do my best to help you out.

Obviously I'm not on these boards as much as I used to be, but I will check in every now and then =)

Good luck and be happy!

K

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I have a feeling the water issue might be a big factor for me. The two times since I had acne when I was drinking extremely fresh or filtered water I cleared up. Maybe it's time to invest in a filter...

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I have a feeling the water issue might be a big factor for me. The two times since I had acne when I was drinking extremely fresh or filtered water I cleared up. Maybe it's time to invest in a filter...

The water for me was quite a big factor. Mainly because I was drinking so much of it!

I would definitely recommend getting a good filter, not one of those little 2 liter ones that only take 5 minutes to filter the 2 liters but a very thorough filter. Mine holds around 14 liters of water and would take over a day to filter that 14 liters through.

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I have a feeling the water issue might be a big factor for me. The two times since I had acne when I was drinking extremely fresh or filtered water I cleared up. Maybe it's time to invest in a filter...

Reminds me of a water filter company's slogan I read a while back; "Buy a filter, or be a filter".

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I have a feeling the water issue might be a big factor for me. The two times since I had acne when I was drinking extremely fresh or filtered water I cleared up. Maybe it's time to invest in a filter...

Reminds me of a water filter company's slogan I read a while back; "Buy a filter, or be a filter".

hehehe clever =)

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"It taught me to feel good even when I looked horrible, not to focus on what I didn't want, and basically be happy throughout my process of healing (which did take a while). "

when i was reading it i dont know why i cried. maybe because im glad im not alone in this, and all this is so true..

ive been sacrifising so much in my life for acne. many of the things which actually (unknowingly) kept me on the right track in life.

i quit smoking, it was very very very hard, and when i did, i purged alot, and it took me alot to persevere on .

and when i look back, all these sacrifices, and the things youve said, its true. acne impacts us so greatly that it makes us reflect, and make changes in our lives. :)

thank you so much...

i just have a few questions.

what about topicals? while you were doing all those, which topicals did you use?

also, the filtered water part. for bathing, and washing face, did u buy a filter showerhead as well? thanks!

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"It taught me to feel good even when I looked horrible, not to focus on what I didn't want, and basically be happy throughout my process of healing (which did take a while). "

when i was reading it i dont know why i cried. maybe because im glad im not alone in this, and all this is so true..

ive been sacrifising so much in my life for acne. many of the things which actually (unknowingly) kept me on the right track in life.

i quit smoking, it was very very very hard, and when i did, i purged alot, and it took me alot to persevere on .

and when i look back, all these sacrifices, and the things youve said, its true. acne impacts us so greatly that it makes us reflect, and make changes in our lives. :)

thank you so much...

i just have a few questions.

what about topicals? while you were doing all those, which topicals did you use?

also, the filtered water part. for bathing, and washing face, did u buy a filter showerhead as well? thanks!

Hi there,

I'm glad my post has made you feel a little better =)

Like you, my acne experience also caused me to stop bad habits (using recreational drugs and binge drinking). Recently I hear stories of the people I used to know being in really bad shape, some of them have even died from their drug addictions. So yeah, I have acne to thank for steering me away from that lifestyle.

Regarding topicals, I don't use anything now.. thats right, NOTHING! I dont even use facial soap to clean my face (Think of how much money I'm saving ^_^). I just splash water on my face once or twice while showering careful not to remove too much of the natural oil on my skin.

In the beginning I did use Cetaphil, which is a kind of weak, gluggy facial soap which I was recommended when on Roaccutane but even that tended to dry my skin a little too much.

Not too long ago I bought some exfoliation gel just for the fun of it and it actually GAVE me 2 little pimples on my cheeks.... again from over-drying the surface of my skin which didn't allow the natural oils to seep through. So for the last year or so I've just been using water and will continue to do so.

With the filtered water, I only filtered my drinking water. Personally I dont think that tap-water coming into contact with your skin will do any harm but if it makes you feel better to use a filtered shower-head then go for it!

K

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I came across the movie "The Secret" on my brother's computer a while ago, and watched it with my husband... He actually carried around a gratitude stone throughout school and finished with a perfect 4.0 (he's a smart cookie!) He would bring it every exam, and whenever he was feeling down, just take it out of his pocket and hold it in his hand and think about all the things in life that he is thankful for, and it really brightened his day. It's neat that you referenced that movie!

You should read the Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Steven R Covey, or download the e-book somewhere for free. I think you'd really like that book because talks about a lot of the things you were talking about, and a lot more.

Anyways, awesome post! I'm so glad you've achieved clear skin, but most importantly, have improved your health because of it. =]

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thanks you so much dear! your a great inspiration.. i understand about the drugs part...

thanks again.

Your welcome, let me know if you need any more help =)

K

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I came across the movie "The Secret" on my brother's computer a while ago, and watched it with my husband... He actually carried around a gratitude stone throughout school and finished with a perfect 4.0 (he's a smart cookie!) He would bring it every exam, and whenever he was feeling down, just take it out of his pocket and hold it in his hand and think about all the things in life that he is thankful for, and it really brightened his day. It's neat that you referenced that movie!

You should read the Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Steven R Covey, or download the e-book somewhere for free. I think you'd really like that book because talks about a lot of the things you were talking about, and a lot more.

Anyways, awesome post! I'm so glad you've achieved clear skin, but most importantly, have improved your health because of it. =]

Hi there Polska,

Thank you for the book recommendation, I will check it out =)

Yes in 'The Secret' they call it a 'Gratitude Rock', being grateful for the things you have is a good way of picking yourself up when you're feeling down. Once you feel a little better you can gain momentum and feel good, then great and then awesome..... when you feel awesome, awesome things happen =)

K

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this really works. just wanted to add that 'clean' water isn't necessary. Tap water works just fine. It is crucial to feel 'good' or 'happy' everyday, as well as some form of exercise. Everyone should aim to be physically active for AT LEAST an hour a day. Not saying you need to run marathons.. but if you are sitting at home all day you really need to be up and moving about or doing something (even if it is just playing the Wii in a sunlit room) for an hour or more during the day. Your body needs water. Movement is needed to mix up the water and digest the food, and sunlight really helps to speed things up. Being happy is not going to cure your acne (none of these things will in isolation), but it is important for healing your skin and moving on! Please don't stress, acne can be treated. I use a light moisturizer and a clean diet.

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1. Getting proper sleep
Sounds good to me.

How did I do it personally? 2 things:

Maybe, but since you started spending more outdoor time, the fact that increased outdoor light exposure amplifies the nocturnal melatonin surge may have affected your sleep as much as yoga/meditation. I'll bet a dollar if you spent all day everyday in outdoor light (sans hat/sunglasses) and took no caffeine, you could sleep like a baby without a bit of exercise/yoga/meditation or the help of any Laws of the Universe.

And oh, don't drink soft drinks or even fruit juices do you know how much sugar are in those things?!

Oddly, being in outdoor light all day also affects the ability to digest carbs. I'll bet my second dollar that if you spent all day every day in outdoor light (sans hat/sunglasses) that you could just go ahead and have that can of Coke (or apple -- same difference wrt volume and ratio of fructose/glucose) without any problem.

Basically the Law of Sacrifice states that 'You have to give up things of a lower nature to gain things of a higher nature'

E.g - Give up drinking soft drinks to gain clear skin / stop eating junk food to lose weight / give up smoking for greater health etc.

Alas, a great many people have found giving up soft drinks (and multitudes of other things) didn't get them clear skin at all, me included. The problem is, if the mechanism of acne is not understood, then you're just giving up things at random, many of which will have not a darn thing to do with acne. Eventually, people can spiral into food phobias, anorexia, whipping themselves with cat-o-nine tails, etc. :D

OTOH, it's a Great Thing that you personally conquered your disease -- way to go!

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1. Getting proper sleep
Sounds good to me.

How did I do it personally? 2 things:

Maybe, but since you started spending more outdoor time, the fact that increased outdoor light exposure amplifies the nocturnal melatonin surge may have affected your sleep as much as yoga/meditation. I'll bet a dollar if you spent all day everyday in outdoor light (sans hat/sunglasses) and took no caffeine, you could sleep like a baby without a bit of exercise/yoga/meditation or the help of any Laws of the Universe.

And oh, don't drink soft drinks or even fruit juices do you know how much sugar are in those things?!

Oddly, being in outdoor light all day also affects the ability to digest carbs. I'll bet my second dollar that if you spent all day every day in outdoor light (sans hat/sunglasses) that you could just go ahead and have that can of Coke (or apple -- same difference wrt volume and ratio of fructose/glucose) without any problem.

Basically the Law of Sacrifice states that 'You have to give up things of a lower nature to gain things of a higher nature'

E.g - Give up drinking soft drinks to gain clear skin / stop eating junk food to lose weight / give up smoking for greater health etc.

Alas, a great many people have found giving up soft drinks (and multitudes of other things) didn't get them clear skin at all, me included. The problem is, if the mechanism of acne is not understood, then you're just giving up things at random, many of which will have not a darn thing to do with acne. Eventually, people can spiral into food phobias, anorexia, whipping themselves with cat-o-nine tails, etc. :D

OTOH, it's a Great Thing that you personally conquered your disease -- way to go!

This does sound very interesting. Ever since i had my major breakout over a year ago, i have been stressing and trying every topical there is, diet changes, workout changes, pretty much changing my life to a unhappy state. I have got this food phobia now, and scared to eat certain things now in fear of acne breakouts. Before all of this i never once had to worry about what i ate and what i did. I still had the occasional one pimple but it would always go away on its own. Maybe this is what i need a natural method and all these chemicals are destroying my face for the worse and not giving it a chance to heal on its own. It just takes so long to see positive results and thats the hard thing, cause you dont know if you really are on the right track or not being you dont know the time span something takes to work.

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1. Getting proper sleep
Sounds good to me.

How did I do it personally? 2 things:

Maybe, but since you started spending more outdoor time, the fact that increased outdoor light exposure amplifies the nocturnal melatonin surge may have affected your sleep as much as yoga/meditation. I'll bet a dollar if you spent all day everyday in outdoor light (sans hat/sunglasses) and took no caffeine, you could sleep like a baby without a bit of exercise/yoga/meditation or the help of any Laws of the Universe.

And oh, don't drink soft drinks or even fruit juices do you know how much sugar are in those things?!

Oddly, being in outdoor light all day also affects the ability to digest carbs. I'll bet my second dollar that if you spent all day every day in outdoor light (sans hat/sunglasses) that you could just go ahead and have that can of Coke (or apple -- same difference wrt volume and ratio of fructose/glucose) without any problem.

Basically the Law of Sacrifice states that 'You have to give up things of a lower nature to gain things of a higher nature'

E.g - Give up drinking soft drinks to gain clear skin / stop eating junk food to lose weight / give up smoking for greater health etc.

Alas, a great many people have found giving up soft drinks (and multitudes of other things) didn't get them clear skin at all, me included. The problem is, if the mechanism of acne is not understood, then you're just giving up things at random, many of which will have not a darn thing to do with acne. Eventually, people can spiral into food phobias, anorexia, whipping themselves with cat-o-nine tails, etc. :D

OTOH, it's a Great Thing that you personally conquered your disease -- way to go!

Firstly thanks for your comments they are quite interesting! =)

I do know for sure though, that it is meditation and yoga which helps me sleep. I actually did purposely get out in the sun more for a decent period of time after getting advice from a friend of mine, and although I'm sure what you are saying is true about the increased levels of melatonin, it never really helped me with my insomnia.

My main problem was really 'switching off' my brain, I had developed my insomnia to the point where I was afraid of going to bed and worried of not sleeping which actually compounded the problem. Only 3 things helped me out with this and that was Yoga, meditation and sleeping pills.... and I didn't want to rely on pills so I stuck with the yoga and meditation and it turned into a habit =)

Regarding your comment on soft drinks, yes that is a broad generalization on my part. That comment was really just an example, though I do believe that the reduction in my sugar consumption helped me a great deal in getting clear.

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this really works. just wanted to add that 'clean' water isn't necessary. Tap water works just fine. It is crucial to feel 'good' or 'happy' everyday, as well as some form of exercise. Everyone should aim to be physically active for AT LEAST an hour a day. Not saying you need to run marathons.. but if you are sitting at home all day you really need to be up and moving about or doing something (even if it is just playing the Wii in a sunlit room) for an hour or more during the day. Your body needs water. Movement is needed to mix up the water and digest the food, and sunlight really helps to speed things up. Being happy is not going to cure your acne (none of these things will in isolation), but it is important for healing your skin and moving on! Please don't stress, acne can be treated. I use a light moisturizer and a clean diet.

Right on.

Stress less, feel good more!

K

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this really works. just wanted to add that 'clean' water isn't necessary. Tap water works just fine. It is crucial to feel 'good' or 'happy' everyday, as well as some form of exercise. Everyone should aim to be physically active for AT LEAST an hour a day. Not saying you need to run marathons.. but if you are sitting at home all day you really need to be up and moving about or doing something (even if it is just playing the Wii in a sunlit room) for an hour or more during the day. Your body needs water. Movement is needed to mix up the water and digest the food, and sunlight really helps to speed things up. Being happy is not going to cure your acne (none of these things will in isolation), but it is important for healing your skin and moving on! Please don't stress, acne can be treated. I use a light moisturizer and a clean diet.

Right on.

Stress less, feel good more!

K

Good post OP, I try to live by similar principles which have in turn helped clear my acne.

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Hey I checked out the Abraham videos you recommended and also got a copy of the 11 Laws kit.

I figured the best way was to start with getting my thinking straight about my skin and not let it get me down.

I gotta say they are awesome! There is so much stuff that I am learning and I am feeling better today about my skin than I have in years.. even though it hasn't begun to improve yet.

So, anyway just wanted to say thanks again for your help

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Thanks for this! Your tips really have helped me alot :) Luckily for me I have 2 dogs which obviously force me to go out every day for walks in the nature and get some light (I am not going to go to extremes by saying "getting sun", because in sweden that is uh, rare hahahaha). And anyway, I think this helps alot to be out in the nature because you get fresh clean air and become very calm and relaxed.

And I also try and visulize myself with clear skin alot, because the law of attraction has never failed me! :D

By the way, how many hours of sleep do you think is good to get every night? I have heard that 8 is enough but I am often still tired in the morning after having 8 hours sleep...

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Hey I checked out the Abraham videos you recommended and also got a copy of the 11 Laws kit.

I figured the best way was to start with getting my thinking straight about my skin and not let it get me down.

I gotta say they are awesome! There is so much stuff that I am learning and I am feeling better today about my skin than I have in years.. even though it hasn't begun to improve yet.

So, anyway just wanted to say thanks again for your help

You're very welcome! Glad you find the videos and 11 Laws kit helpful =)

Also you are correct, the best way is to trigger any change in your life be it your skin, health, finances or general happiness is to start with a change in thinking and attitude.

Good luck!

K

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Thanks for this! Your tips really have helped me alot :) Luckily for me I have 2 dogs which obviously force me to go out every day for walks in the nature and get some light (I am not going to go to extremes by saying "getting sun", because in sweden that is uh, rare hahahaha). And anyway, I think this helps alot to be out in the nature because you get fresh clean air and become very calm and relaxed.

And I also try and visulize myself with clear skin alot, because the law of attraction has never failed me! :D

By the way, how many hours of sleep do you think is good to get every night? I have heard that 8 is enough but I am often still tired in the morning after having 8 hours sleep...

You're welcome!

LOA has never failed you? That's great! Then you will have no trouble getting clear =)

Yes getting out with your pets and being surrounded by nature, breathing in the fresh air is a great way to de-stress, calm your mind and generate a feeling of happiness. Also just having pets around is great for lifting your spirits and being happy.

Regarding sleep, I am no expert on it but I think it is different for everyone. Some people I know are fresh and ready to go with 5 hours, some (like me) require around 7-8 hours to feel 'normal'.

So with sleep, just listen to your body! If you are always tired after only 8 hours maybe you need more? Try it out and see if there is a difference in the way you feel after 9 hours, 10 hours, you may even be oversleeping so try it with 7 hours as well.

But generally if you are getting a decent amount of sleep meaning you don't have insomnia which causes a large amount of angst and stress, then your sleeping habits shouldn't be negatively impacting your acne.

I hope this helps!

K

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Hey just wondering where did you get your filter? If it cost $300 it must be a pretty good one! Is it a filter or a distiller?

Hey Jimmy,

No it isn't a distiller, although they are also very good!

The one I have is from a brand called 'Alps' it is a mineral and magnetic water filter and it holds around 15 liters of water. It is a very, very good filter, it is very thorough and you can see what is being filtered out on the ceramic bulb at the top, it would take almost a whole day to filter enough water to get it full.

Hope this helps!

K

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