Top ten suggestion for health

Top ten suggestion for health

We are continually bombarded with advice and suggestions about how to live better lives. Most of us, however, do nothing due to feeling overwhelmed to make the necessary changes! Below are 10 easy somewhat unconventional strategies to begin improving your health and wellbeing.

1. Preparation:Preparation might not seem like a traditional health tip, but it really is the foundation on which to build good habits, which then determine your results. Get a notebook out and start “predicting what the future holds for you” by developing a plan that covers all aspects of your life. Take note of the areas where your life are not working and jot down steps to help you get closer to your targets.

For instance, exercise three times per week, eat 5+ fruit and vegetables daily (write out what foods to eat and at what time) and manage my stress and levels through reading an hour every day.

This tip is all about making sure that you understand exactly what you have to take to achieve your objectives.

2. Accountability
When we begin the process of creating a new routine is when we need some motivation to start. I do not like the expressions willpower and motivation since they’re such volatile emotions that change from day to day basis. We don’t need willpower to brush our teeth each morning, nor do we have motivation to do healthy things!

It’s essential to identify your goals prior to putting together some action steps and then get into it. I suggest consulting with a professional to help you develop a plan and hold you accountable. This really helps, especially until the habit becomes a part of you.

3. Avoid “Diets”
Who hasn’t heard about the cabbage soup diet? Or themselves tried some wacky diet that eliminated 90% of your usual food items! Dieting or going on some food plan that deviates dramatically from your normal eating routine could make you more vulnerable to failure. Sure, in the short term you may shed a few pounds. But I guarantee in a few weeks after the end of your “diet” you gain back the entire, if not more weight than you did before. It’s true that “diets” do not make you feel happy or convenient, and therefore are not sustainable. We know what “good” food items are, but because of a the lack of time and understanding on how to prepare certain food items, we make shortcuts. It is a good idea to begin introducing more “good” foods into your diet.

4. Be careful what you eat
Alongside tip #3, it is crucial to nourish your body with appropriate nutrients. Make sure you have a hearty breakfast of protein, a small portion of carbohydrates , and a bit of fat. Example; 2 eggs, wholegrain toast and two small scoops of avocado. This breakfast is sure to sustain you through the morning. Consume 3-4 meals a day, or when your body needs it. Some people are more inclined to eat the high protein diets since it makes them feel more energetic and some desire lighter meals. Consult a professional for more assistance.

5. Cardio Exercise
No healthy plan of action is without exercise! Exercise is so important to living a life full of energy, getting older and gaining a healthier. It impacts all aspects of your life, including your stress levels, sleep patterns and digestion. Try different forms of exercise to discover which one you like best. Try to perform some type of cardio daily, resistance training and flexibility exercises once or twice each week (stretches and yoga) in order to create the body that is healthier.

6. Sleep
As most of us lead life that is extremely hectic It is the sleep that gets sacrificed so we can get more into our days. A lack of sleep can result in an impaired immune system and make you more prone to fatigue, illness and more stress. A majority of adults need between 6-8 hours of quality sleep per night. It is up to you to determine which amount leaves you feeling alert and fresh the next morning. Set a timer for sleep by allowing yourself time to unwind at the conclusion of the night in a way that suits you.

7. Digestion
The ability to digest food is the mainstay of good health. If you’re not able to maintain a good digestion, your body won’t absorb nutrients you get from your meals. A healthy bowel can prevent illnesses and can contribute to feeling and looking healthier. If you’re experiencing constipation, you might experience headaches and even muscle and joint pain. The digestive system is in communication with other body parts and impacts significantly on the overall health of your body. If you feel you are getting clogged, begin increasing the amount of fiber you consume gradually. Consume 1.5-2 Liters of water a day to help move things along and start looking at the areas in your life that contribute to an unhappy stool. Stress, eating when distracted, certain foods and the lack of exercise could be the cause.

8. Stress
Stress can be healthy as it encourages us to keep striving to reach what we want to achieve in this life. A constant stress, is a different matter. It can result in headaches, anxiety, insomnia and fatigue when left to run rampant. Stress can manifest in a variety of ways, such as snapping at your spouse, waking at 3am each night, feeling tired after 8 hours of sleep, feeling exhausted or feeling “blah”.

I’m not recommending soaking in a bubble bath or having massage to relieve your stress as these aren’t long-term solutions. The answer lies in examining your life and determining which areas of your life seem out of control. The happiness we experience in life is directly proportional to the amount of control we feel we have over our lives. If you’re stressed about being overweight, start taking action! If a relationship leaves you exhausted and unsatisfied and depressed, you must make a drastic decision for your health over the long term. Stress management is a continual practice of managing your personal life to feel the control you desire.

9. Relationships
The increasing number of studies reveal that in order for humans to live a healthy and happy life we must build strong networks of support and connections. Making friends is beneficial to our well-being! Every day, take time to be with your family, friends, or friends. As women, we emit the hormones known as endorphins (happy hormones) by having the pleasure of a good conversation.

10. Perseverance and action
Knowing the latest tips and techniques are all well and good however, if you don’t do what you learn and do it consistently that’s exactly the same as if did not know about this in the first place!


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