Drink More Water
Drinking more water helps maintain the balance of body fluids necessary for digestion, circulation, kidney function, muscle function, and maintenance of body temperature.
Snack more, Snack smarter
Eating a healthy snack or two between meals can curb hunger. Eating smaller amounts throughout the day improves metabolism and controls blood sugar levels.
Get 8 hours of sleep
Sleep allows your brain to release hormones that decrease risk for health conditions, manages your hunger levels, maintains the immune system, and to helps to retain memory.
Go for a 10 min walk after you eat
Walking for 10 min after you eaps aide in digestion and regulate blood sugar levels.
Take the stairs
By opting out of the escalator or elevator you are increasing muscle activity, which in return will improve muscle strength and power. An increase in muscle activity means an increase in calories burn! In addition, taking the stairs is often a faster, more efficient way in getting to your destination.
Limit social media to 30 min a day
Mental health is just as important as physical health. Social media presents us with a distorted version of reality. By limiting social media, you allow your self to spend more quality time with friends and family.
Do a good deed for someone else
Doing a good deed and helping others can have an enormous impact on our self-esteem. It can decrease stress, promote mental health, and lead to happiness.