Lately things are getting hard, but don’t get discouraged. Live life fully & healthy, start it with:
This gives your brain the chance to get the signal that you’re full, so you’re less likely to overeat. And if you take it slow, you’re more likely to think about what you’re eating and make sensible, healthy choices.
It’s not about how many people you know or how often you see them. What matters is a real connection with others. It can make you happier, more productive, and less likely to have health problems. So call up a friend and go to dinner, or join a team or club to make some new ones. It helps reduce the build up of stress and panic attacks too!
Take Time Off, reward yourself
It’s a time when you can bond with family and friends, which is good for your mental and physical health. People who take more vacations live longer and are less likely to have heart disease and other health problems.
Avoid consuming too much Fat
It’s not as clear-cut as it sounds. You definitely want to keep an eye on trans fats, which are added to some foods (like frozen pizza and baked goods) to keep them fresh. They’ve been linked to heart disease.
Manage your stress level
We all have stress in our lives. It makes your muscles tense and your heart race. If this happens a lot — during your daily commute, and you don’t handle it well, it can cause serious health problems, including high blood pressure, ulcers, and heart disease.
Reduce your sugar consumption
Most of us get way more of it than we need. It’s not just the added calories and the lack of nutritional value: It also can make your blood sugar spike and then crash, and that leaves you tired, hungry, and irritable — “hangry.”
Be active, exercise and take a walk
Exercise is a proven way to improve your health, your mental well-being, and even your libido. You don’t have to sign up for the a Marathon — just get your heart rate up for 30 minutes or so a few times a week.