5 Essential Health Tips To Ensure Daily Wellness

Let’s all admit, it’s hard to maintain a healthy lifestyle. With all the temptations around us, those fast foods and a lot of activities, most of us really forget to keep ourselves healthy.

So here are 5 basic daily health tips to help ensure wellness for life:

Make it as a daily routine of doing exercises every morning if possible, at least 30 minutes as it will strengthen your heart and your body. Plus, doing cardio exercises can lower your stress, improve your lungs, and help you lose weight. You can do whichever you’re comfortable between walking, jogging, and cycling.

Taking vitamin D will help you improve your immune system and protect you against everything even from cancer.

Having a balanced diet is every meal is important. Take foods that are high in fibre. Follow the Go, Grow, and Glow food diet for better reference. Having a vegetable on your plate every meal can do wonders in your body.

Drinking enough water keeps your body hydrated, and keeps faster metabolism. When you take caffeinated tea and coffee, always partner it with a one or two glasses of water. Avoid sodas! Even those diet sodas since they can start diseases. Switch to herbal teas and fresh juices rather.

Having a complete 6 to 8 hours of sleep will keep you energised all throughout the day. Plus, it gives your face a better glow and you’ll have a better mood. You’ll be less irritated and will be even more productive.

This healthy tips could help anyone who’s looking for ways to boost their immunity and avoid illness. Do them every day for a healthy well-being and your body will be thank you!

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11 Comments

  • Edith Glover says:

    Sounds very simple. But for very busy people, they could hardly do any of this!

  • Lee Williamson says:

    It takes quite an effort to achieve wellness. We all have other priorities daily and we tend to make excuses to avoid the healthy habits.

  • Sherri Cohen says:

    I barely sleep at night and I’m sure as hell that I don’t get 8-10 hours of sleep.

  • AMY SPAIN says:

    It’s so hard to get 8+ hours of sleep when you want to wake up early just so you can exercise. Sometimes I’m left with no choice but to sacrifice one for the other.

    • Tara Lambert says:

      Exactly. I don’t want to workout at night because that would make it hard for me to sleep but I can’t wake up early either just to do it. I have work during the day so…. WHAT DO I DO?!

  • Ofelia Ruley says:

    I rarely eat healthy because I can’t prep my own meals.

  • Johnnie Bradford says:

    Thanks for the reminder.❤️ I really have to be motivated and be healthy.

  • April Henry says:

    Coffee is bad for your health. You have to be very careful about what you write.

    • Eloise Ferris says:

      There are mixed studies about this. Others say it’s good, others would say it’s bad. It’s subjective.

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