1.Wake up early in the morning

Waking up early improves the Quality of Sleep.It is necessary to go early in the bed and to wake up early. The early morning hours are so peaceful, so quite as there is no noise. You can give this time to you for exercising, reading as well as thinking.

Early risers have enough time for breakfast. Breakfast gives you the boost to do the work.
You should take sleep at least 7 hours

2.Follow a Healthy Diet

It is an easy recipe to keep you healthy.

  • As we want to stay energized during the daytime, our breakfast should be full, lunch should be minimum sized and the dinner should be light.

  • Eat more fruits and vegetables.

  • Choose whole grains. Try to use brown rice. Switch to whole wheat pasta.

  • Drink more water.

  • Avoid oily as well as calorie dense food.

  • Avoid drinking beverages.

3.Exercise Every Day

To be more active, exercising is the best way. Exercise builds muscle and bone strength, boosts your heart health. And it also prevent health problems.

Aim for 150 minutes of moderate activity, like speedy walking or dancing, every week. If you are ok with forceful or energetic exercise, stick to 85 minutes a week of things like running or playing tennis. Do strength training for couple of days, too.

If you're busy all the time, make some time and do small kinds of activity throughout the day. Walk often. Set a good target. Take the stairs. Park your car away from your destination.

4.Lose Weight

Losing the weight lowers the risks of many diseases such as cancer, heart disease and type 2 diabetes.

Aim for a slow, steady drop. Decide weekly or monthly goal. Lose your weight by being active and eating better.

Losing weight doesn’t mean to exercise every time but it means to exercise a little bit everyday.
Eating healthy food must go hand in hand with exercise to lose the weight. You can start by adding less sugar in tea or coffee, eating salads before meal, avoiding packaged/ junk food.

5.Visit Your Doctor

Get regular checkups. Your doctor will keep track of your medical history and can help you stay healthy. For example, if you are at risk for some disease then he will recognize it early and will give remedial measures.

Your doctor may recommend some tests to keep an eye on your health and catch conditions early when they were easier to treat. Keep the lines of communication open. If you have any problem then feel free to ask your doctor.

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Monali Pattanaik  •  48w  •  Reply
Even I write on health topics, you can check it out too.
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Monali Pattanaik  •  48w  •  Reply
Nice article, we'll articulated.