We live a busy, active life, with constant stimulants in the form of psychological, physical stress, etc. Periodically, people begin to feel strange, and it begins to seem to them that they are not healthy. Sometimes this really means that a medical condition has arisen, but quite often it means that you and your body are tired and upset. Here are some tips to keep you alert, cheerful, and healthy every day.
1. Sleep as much as you need.
Not everyone needs to sleep 8 hours. 7 hours will suffice for someone, and 6 hours for someone other to feel awake. The main thing is that all sleep cycles are observed, and you do not interrupt the process of night recovery. Proper sleep (when you are resting and not tormented by nightmares or restless awakenings) is important for health. It expels circles under the eyes, affects the heart, weight and even the mind.
2. Proper nutrition is a sign of self-love.
Make an effort and eat right, avoiding heavily processed foods. The better you eat, the better you sleep, and the better you feel.
3. Find a way to maintain your health through physical activity.
Find time for yoga, jogging, or at least morning and evening exercises. Exercise will help you maintain a normal level of energy and the body will be in good condition. Exercise also helps the muscles, ligaments, and joints to work better.
4. Do not be hard on yourself.
Many people constantly scolding themselves for gained kilograms, for work not done, for unwillingness to play sports, etc. You need to find a way to love yourself. Regardless of whether you had an average day, a great day or a bad day, reward yourself with a smile and praise for anything. Keep in mind that despite the fact that abuse of sweets does lead to obesity, if you scolding yourself and making you feel guilty, you can provoke yourself to even more overeating. Thus, if you eat something harmful from time to time, just walk an extra kilometer through the park on foot to spend a few calories and breathe in fresh air to relax, rather than scolding yourself for giving in to temptation.
5. Sometimes you just need to do nothing.
It seems too many people that they are sometimes very lazy, and do nothing, so this point is precisely fulfilled. However, note that even when you are not working, you are doing something, for example, studying something on the phone, thinking about problems or a plan for tomorrow, listening to music, etc. And you just have to sit down and do absolutely nothing for several minutes – to meditate in silence and think exclusively about it (about what is happening here and now, without being distracted by anything else).