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Balancing Life and Gambling Will Help you Make More Money

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I’m a strong believer in leading a healthy lifestyle and that those who do will be more successful in life. This statement holds true for gamblers just as much as any career in life. The ones who take of themselves outside the casino will assuredly have more success inside the casino.

So, what can we do in our lives to start making more money at the casinos?

There are many things you can do, but here are a few of the most important tips to start not only making more money, but living a happier, healthier life.

Eat well

This should be a no brainer, but many of us who gamble, are stuck eating what is available. And what’s available is not always the best option for us. Often times it consists of fast food and other foods that are very unhealthy for us.

The power that eating right holds is amazing and the change you will notice while playing gambling games will be astounding.

The right foods like bananas and other fruits along with foods high in protein will help us sustain our energy and focus. Having more focus will allow us to make better decisions and stay on an even keel when we go through losing periods. This is invaluable to any gambler and will go a long way to ensuring success at the tables.


Sleep more

This is much the same as eating well, when we get more sleep, our focus and energy levels are much higher, which again allows us to make better decisions and in turn, make us more money.

Don’t make gambling your life

It’s difficult to separate gambling from real life, but in order lead a happy and successful life, we must have the ability to separate the two. When we go on a losing streak or have a really bad day at the tables, far too often we let these mishaps sink into our daily life. The rest of the day or even the week will be a sad, depressing state of affairs and we won’t be happy until we win again. This is no way to live and you must take control of this part of your life.

If gambling is making you depressed when you lose, you shouldn’t be playing. If you are stressing out over paying your bills and are counting on winning, you shouldn’t be gambling.

In short, we should be living life and not living to gamble. Your mind and your body will thank you for taking care of it. Not only will you notice immediate results, which are what humans crave, but you will start to notice that you can play longer, focus longer and start making more money. All of this on top of the healthy benefits that will help you lead a long and happy life.

Chris Hohenstein

Chris is a 35 year old who hails from Maryland in the U.S.A. He is a proud father of a beautiful little girl. When not spending time with her, he can be found at the poker tables, grinding out a living. He takes his vast knowledge of gambling and offers it to the world for everyone to read, learn and enjoy. If you’d like to learn more about dealing with tilt and more on the psychology of gambling, check out Chris at Tilt in Poker deals with the mental side of gambling and even sheds a little humor on the subject.