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How To Gain a Healthy Lifestyle

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How To Gain a Healthy Lifestyle

ambhi June 20, 2020

How To Gain a Healthy Lifestyle

Research conducted on research suggests that the secret to lifelong good health is the lifestyle medicine. ‘It can be as simple as learning to make healthy changes in diet and exercise and managing stress. Raising your health battle properly should be more than just a fad. It should ideally be a journey of self-discovery and learning. Read on and see what works for you.

 

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Food with herbs

Including herbs and spices in your food is one of the best ways to boost your health. Not only are these spices packed with antioxidants and other nutrients that protect your health, but herbs and spices can also be used to replace salt and sugar in dishes without sacrificing flavor. Spicy foods can also help you control your weight, as studies show that people tend to eat smaller portions of food with fat chili peppers than bland tasting dishes. So, make a conscious effort to spice up your favorite foods. You can sprinkle cinnamon on your cappuccino, sip on a fresh mint tea or make a delicious meal – make your own tomato sauce with garlic, basil and thyme; Add ginger or turmeric to a stir fry; Or toss fresh parsley in your salad.

 

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Engage in daily structured activities, including exercise

The more exercise becomes part of your routine, the easier it will be to complete it. If you have time, do your first exercise in the morning before you give yourself time to come up with excuses not to do it. A very useful morning inspiration can be before taking off your exercise clothes at night.

 

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Stop intake of Alcohol

Excess intake of Alcohol will affect your body. A high calorific value of alcoholic beverages, which means increased weight is associated usually drink. Drinking affects the body’s small blood vessels (capillaries) which are harmful to many of the body’s functions such as the kidneys and eyes. Chronic or binge-drinking should be a no-no. Alcohol in the system causes the body to work overtime to process the toxins, the heart and lung rates accelerate at irregular speeds, the brain goes haywire trying to calibrate itself and the liver goes overdrive trying to metabolize it. Apart from these, there are other downsides to mental health, body weight, a stable pocket, and your sleep.

 

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Soundless sleep

Relaxation and meditation techniques, a hot glass of milk, a warm bath before going to bed can help you get a good night’s rest. Avoid food just before going to bed, darken your bedroom and drown in stress-free sleep. It is a good idea to track your sleep when you unplug yourself from unnecessary digital distraction. Maybe  your thoughts can help calm your mind before you are ready to slip into a repose.

 

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Cut down more sugar intake

More and more research show that refined sugar wreaks havoc on our health. A powerful way to limit your intake of this sweet poison is to cut down on soda, (fresh) juice and energy drinks. Most of these beverages contain 5 to 10 teaspoons of sugar, which increases your blood sugar levels (a vicious cycle) that can cause long-term damage to your body. Unfortunately, diet soda is not a healthy alternative to regular soft drinks. Artificial sweeteners make your body think that you are consuming real sugar, and this confuses your metabolism, resulting in burning more calories while craving even more sweet and refined carbs. If you want to cut down on your sugar consumption, then start swapping your soda and fruit juice for plain water. You can gradually learn to enjoy your hot beverages without added sugar or sweeten your tea and coffee with green stevia.

 

 

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