How to be healthy (part 2)

Get in shape

In addition to helping you lose weight and boost your self-esteem, sports also have a positive effect on your body and mind. A healthy cardiovascular system reduces the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. Sign up for the pool, walk or run in the park as often as possible.

Exercise strengthens the immune system. Even such a small increase in physical activity, for example, brisk walks for 20-30 minutes during the day 5 times a week, strengthens the immune system by increasing circulating antibodies and T-killers.

Physical activity during the day is one of the best ways to sleep well at night. In turn, healthy sleep helps to reduce weight, as it prevents a person from overeating at night. Read the article “How to get in shape” to find out more.

Exercise in moderation

 It goes without saying that you must train wisely. Every movement increases the risk of injury, so correct exercise technique must be followed!

It is very important to drink enough water. Be sure to drink water during your workout. Dehydration with increased sweating can lead to dizziness or headaches.

Take breaks. Breaks are not a sign of laziness, they are needed! It is impossible to do the exercises indefinitely. After 30 minutes of training, drink some water. The body needs a little time to recover. After a short break, you can resume your workout.

Think positively

How to be healthy (part 2)

It’s incredible what power reason has over everything. Being positive about a situation can turn an obstacle into an opportunity. You will not only become better about everything that happens, but you will also strengthen your immune system, which will be easier to cope with cold and illness! Harvard researchers won’t lie.

First, learn to be grateful. If you start thinking about some bad things, stop yourself. Instead, think about two things you are grateful for. Your brain will understand this pattern over time and will rebuild your thoughts on its own.

Be more productive

One of the best ways is to tell yourself, “I have so much to do today!” You will seem to be constantly busy. It’s not for nothing that they say that if you focus, you can do anything. Now imagine that you are constantly productive.

Create a to-do list. A calendar or diary is great for this. And remember: think in small deeds. Set yourself small tasks that you plan to complete.

Remember to leave time for learning so you can always learn something new. This will prevent cognitive decline.

Create a daily routine

How to be healthy (part 2)

A daily routine can help you make time for food, exercise, and stress reduction. Having a routine will also allow you to set aside time for hobbies and friends. Make your daily routine work for you!

Change your routine on some days so life doesn’t seem monotonous.

Change your daily routine until you find the one that works best for you.

Get enough sleep at night

When you sleep, your body produces cells that fight infection, inflammation, and stress. When a person does not get enough sleep or their sleep is of insufficient quality, they are more susceptible to illness and need more time to cope with stress. Getting enough sleep will keep you ready to wake up and take action and be more active throughout the day. Good sleep is very important for your health!

Studies have shown that people who slept for only 4 hours consumed 500 more calories than after 8 hours of sleep! If you were looking for an easy diet, then here it is!