Stretching can reduce muscle tension, increase range of motion and blood flow to various parts of the body, and enhance muscular coordination.
2. Wear sunscreen
Sunscreen will shield you from harmful UV rays, premature aging, and can lower the risk of skin cancer. Too much sunscreen can stop the sun’s rays from creating vitamin D, so try not to apply too much.
3. Drink Plenty Of Water
Be sure to drink water throughout the day. It promotes weight loss, relieves fatigue, flushes out toxins, and increases energy.
4. Eat More Fiber
Fiber in the diet normalizes bowel movements, lowers cholesterol levels, aids in achieving weight loss, and helps controls blood sugar levels.
5. Be Happy
6. Plan Your Meals
Planning your meals can help you save money and add variety to your diet. Knowing what you’re having for your next meal might make you less likely to cheat when trying to lose weight.
7. Sleep 8 Hours
Getting 8 hours of quality sleep can decrease your risk for health conditions, help you manage your hunger levels, and maintain your immune system. Plus, a good nights rest is better for your brain.
8. Eat More Garlic
Garlic can help purify the blood, provide relief from cold and flu, and help prevent certain types of cancer.
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9. Do Cardio
10. Don’t Drink Sodas
Sodas are full of artificial sweeteners, caffeine, fructose, phosphoric acid, and sugar! They lack essential nutrients and are bad for your health.
11. Drink Less Alcohol
Alcohol has both short- and long-term effects. Short-term effects consist of upset stomach, headaches, decreased coordination, and more. Long-term effects consist of nerve damage, sexual problems, liver disease, ulcers, gastritis, malnutrition, and more.
12. Eat Vegetables
Eating a diet rich in vegetables may reduce the risk for stroke, cardiovascular diseases, type 2 diabetes, and certain types of cancer.
13. Lift Weights
14. Read Health Blogs
15. Brush Your Teeth (Floss too)
Taking proper care of your teeth can prevent gum disease and reduce your risk of tooth loss. A healthy mouth can reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, and more. Plus, a clean mouth keeps you kissable.
Moisturizer can help prevent and treat dry skin, improve tone and texture, and reduce some acne.
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17. Drink Green Tea (or Coffee)
18. Wash Your Hands
Washing your hands is one of your first defenses against getting sick. It’s easy and one of the most effective ways to prevent the spread of germs.
19. Take The Stairs
The beauty of taking the stairs is you get a little bit of exercise without any special equipment. Taking the stairs can burn few extra calories and slightly increase blood pressure.
20. Cut Down On Portion Sizes
You’re probably putting more food on your plate than you need. Practicing portion control can help you learn to be satisfied eating less food.
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21. Cut Out Bread
We tend to go overboard on bread and other highly refined grains. However, the more you eat bread, the more you want.
22. Get Your Protein
High-protein foods can decrease hunger and calorie intake, improve muscle development, and lead to better brain function and bone density.
23. Eat Fish
Fish is one of the healthiest foods on the planet. It is packed with protein, vitamin D, and Omega-3s. It can lower the risk of heart attacks and stroke, protect the brain, and may treat depression and attention deficit disorder (ADD).
24. Quit Smoking
Smoking can increase your risk for atherosclerosis, aneurysms, cardiovascular disease, coronary heart disease, peripheral arterial disease, and stroke. Time to quit!
25. Drink Red Wine (or Eat Dark Chocolate)
Red wine in moderation can be good for you heart. One five-ounce glass can prevent damage to blood vessels, reduce bad cholesterol, and prevent blood clots. Dark chocolate contains flavanols that can lower blood pressure. However, not all dark chocolate was created equal. Grab a bar that has a cocoa (or cacao) percentage greater than 70.
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Walking can help you maintain a healthy weight, prevent various health conditions, strengthen your bones and muscles, and improve your mood. Hit the trails and get some fresh air for greater mood-boosting benefits.
27. Get A Health App
Using health and fitness apps can help you keep track of your progress, offer free workout ideas, set achievable fitness goals, and monitor your daily diet.
28. Listen To Music
Music can relieve anxiety, put you in a better mood, motivate you through a workout, and increase performance.
29. Get Some Sun
The sun is a great source of vitamin D, and it offers numerous health benefits. It supports a good immune system, prevents certain types of cancer, and lowers cholesterol.
Studies have found that staying mentally stimulated can slow the progress of degenerative brain diseases. They may also reduce stress, increase knowledge, improve memory, and expand your vocabulary.
31. Get A Personal Trainer
Hiring a personal trainer can mean better results faster. With their knowledge, you can lose weight properly while gaining muscle and overcoming plateaus you might have on your own.
32. Take Some “Me” Time
“Me” time should be a priority in your life. “Me” time can make you a better parent or spouse by giving you greater patience and a more positive attitude.
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33. Cut Back On Sugar
34. Eat A Cup Of Fruit
35. Consume Less Salt
Consuming excess amount of salt can lead to high blood pressure, strokes, and heart disease.
36. Do Yoga
Participating in a yoga class or doing some it at home can increase flexibility, muscle strength, respiration, energy, and vitality.
37. Eat A Balanced Diet
Laughing and smiling releases feel-good chemicals in your brain that fight depression and elevate mood.
39. Eat Some Nuts (or Seeds)
40. Take Some Vitamins
Vitamins can help you recover from illness, improve cognitive functioning, improve energy, and aid prenatal health.