8 Ways to Keep Healthy Everyday
1. Drink milk.
Calcium gives your bones strength. However, if you’re lactose-intolerant or just can’t stand or abide the taste of cow’s milk, go for soy milk. In Singapore, soy milk brands offer lots of variety. You can even alternate between soy and dairy milk so you get the best of both worlds.
2. Exercise regularly.
Running, jogging, playing sports-it doesn’t matter what physical activity you choose. The clincher is to do whatever it is regularly. You have to give your body time to remember, to build muscle memory. Running once or twice every two months isn’t going to cut it. Training your body to be healthy takes time. Make it a routine.
3. Have a healthy diet.
When you’re young, you think you’ve got license to eat as much as you want of anything: burgers, steaks, ham, bacon and more. You’re really not thinking about how many calories are being lodged into your arteries or worried about heart failure or diabetes or kidney failure. But you should be. Start eating healthy if you want to get more enjoyment-more energy, more time-out of your life.
4. Don’t let stress get you down.
Stress is a normal part of your professional and personal life. The trick is not to let it control you. Find ways to alleviate the stress or cut down on it. If you think it’s your work or someone causing you undue stress, then maybe it’s time to find a new job or a new way of dealing with that person.
5. Think positive.
It’s a cliché for a reason: it works. So make an effort to put yourself in a positive frame of mind every day. It might take a lot of effort and might not work every time but it’s worth it. Positive thinking makes you feel better about a lot of things in the world and even helps you develop invaluable emotional resilience in life.
6. Go for regular check-ups.
Being healthy doesn’t stop when you’re feeling healthy. Get yourself into the hospital for annual checkups.
7. Sleep right.
Sleep gives you energy. And sleeping regular hours helps you stay healthy. So don’t compromise on your sleep. If you have to, make sure you always make up those sleepless nights. After all, you concentrate more and have better attention at work when you’ve had a good night’s sleep than if you haven’t.
8. Laugh a lot.
Sometimes, all a tense situation needs is a laugh. Being able to laugh at yourself, your mistakes and at the simplest things in life, is a great ability. Not everyone can do it. And doing it helps a lot in keeping you sane and healthy in life-physically and emotionally.
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