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Change Your Lifestyle To A Healthy lifestyle

10.19.2018 · Posted in Writing and Speaking

Nothing will Change Unless You Do

What you really need is to change your habits, and how you feel and look will change on their own. The moment you concentrate on the action and not on the end result is when you truly transform, inside and out. Women Health Services

Choose Healthy Foods

Studies have shown that eating unhealthy foods will increase your risks of getting Type 2 diabetes, cancer, and many other health problems. Heart disease is also a consideration.

Be Active

Physical activity is first and foremost an opportunity to have fun. Use these special moments to relax, forget about work, think about something else and change your mood. Physical activity is good for both your body and your mind, as well as adding years to your life and life to your years!

Sleep Quality

When it comes to our health one thing that is often underestimated is the amount of sleep we need. Sure, maybe you eat right and exercise but you may quickly notice your health deteriorating if you do not sleep please 8 hours a night.

Remember Good Hygiene

Maintaining good personal hygiene includes bathing, washing your hands, brushing your teeth and wearing clean clothing. It also includes making safe and healthy decisions when interacting with others. Implementing good personal hygiene practices has both health and social benefits.

Keep Your Surroundings Clean

A healthy lifestyle begins with a healthy home. Living in a clean environment is so important to your physical health as well as your overall sense of well-being. Did you know that a single bacteria can grow into over eight million in a single day? In addition to keeping germs from multiplying, regular cleaning discourages insects from sharing your living quarters.

Exercise Daily

As little as 30 minutes of cardio three to five days a week will add six years to your life, according to research at the Cooper Clinic in Dallas. Do that plus a couple of days of resistance training and you’ll not only live longer but also look younger, feel happier, have more energy, and stay slim.

 

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