Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is required for the synthesis of collagen. It is also a highly effective antioxidant protecting cells from damage by free radicals. Studies have shown that the vitamin can help speed the healing process of wounds.

Continued Walk it off. Exercise releases natural painkillers called endorphins. ... Pamper your feet. If the feet are affected by nerve pain, it's time to focus on good foot care. ... Soak it away. ... Skip happy hour. ... Sleep on it. ... Burn it out. ... Numb it up. ... Rub it out.

Fresh fruits and vegetables eaten daily will also supply your body with other nutrients essential to wound healing such as vitamin A, copper and zinc. It may help to supplement your diet with extra vitamin C. Keep your wound dressed. Wounds heal faster if they are kept warm.

Lucidity in dreams does not make us enlightened by default either. Lucidity is not good or bad, healthy or unhealthy: it's a natural product of arousal during sleep and other states of consciousness. Lucid dreaming is a skill that can be applied—and misapplied—for many purposes and intentions.

Work your memory. ... Do something different repeatedly. ... Learn something new. ... Follow a brain training program. ... Work your body. ... Spend time with your loved ones. ... Avoid crossword puzzles. ... Eat right–and make sure dark chocolate is included.

There are tons of steps you can take to run faster, smoke the competition, and maybe even sent a new PR. Nail good form. ... Count your steps. ... Try interval training. ... Don't forget to sprint. ... 5. Make the treadmill your friend. ... Stretch daily. ... Switch up your pace. ... Jump rope.

Method 3 Cultivating Quick Thinking Cultivate a growth mindset. Studies show that learning from your mistakes improves your mental processes. ... Undertake activities that promote fast thinking. ... Use all your senses. ... Prioritize the tasks you give your brain. ... Repeat the information you really want to know.

When you're starting your run, just jog. Find your pace, and build up until you've reached your target heart rate. Once you do, you should be able to jog 400 meters easily without getting tired. When you finally do feel winded, slow down to a jog again, until your body feels better.