Patricia Kazadi in Bathing Suit Has "Happy SUNday"
Polish star Patricia Kazadi is escaping the freezing January weather in Europe and enjoying some beautiful sunshine in a tropical location. Kazadi posted pictures of herself wearing a black bathing suit while relaxing in a cabana against a gorgeous backdrop. "Happy SUNday ☀️🌴," she captioned the post. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Kazadi stays in shape and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!
Kazadi enjoys the many healthy benefits of regular breathing exercises, for example decreasing stress. "Breath is the first thing we get after birth and the last thing we give before we die," she captioned a post. "It's so simple that it seems meaningless. Nevertheless, it's the most important thing. Take a deep breath today 🙏🏽."
Kazadi loves fresh pineapple for a healthy snack. "Pineapple is the only food known to contain bromelain, an enzyme that helps your skin and tissues heal," says Julia Zumpano, RD. "Bromelain appears to produce substances that combat in pain and swelling."
Living In Harmony
Kazadi has learned to slow down and appreciate peace and mindfulness. "I'm accustomed to the so-called living on constant 'adrenaline' on the run, and I approached sports the same way," she captioned a post. "It's supposed to be intense – full pressure, otherwise I don't feel like I've done anything or that this effort will be noticed. Turns out things can be different. And that's what I'm working on right now – rediscovering my path. Closer to yourself, closer to your needs and opportunities. Peace and mindfulness on all planes. Remember, that you set the boundaries and rules – you should live in harmony with yourself and most importantly listen to your body. Comfortable, safe, in your own way."
Reading As Detox
Kazadi loves to read as part of a mental health "detox". "The health impacts of reading last long after we put down the book, with some research showing reductions in depression symptoms persisting months or even years later in adults," says Richard Sima, PhD. "And reading can not only help make life more worth living but is associated with living longer: One study found that older adults who regularly read books had a 20 percent reduction in mortality compared to those who did not read."
Kazadi enjoys winter sports such as snowboarding. "Simply being outside in nature can help de-stress us, since it has been shown to lower salivary cortisol, one of the biomarkers of stress," says Suzanne Bartlett Hackenmiller, M.D. "Research has also suggested that just five minutes in nature is all it takes for our brain to start thinking differently and for us to experience a more relaxed disposition."