7 practical health care tips for success

Practical health care tips for success

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Are you always tired and have zero energy? Getting fed up with a monotonous routine and want to start over? You are not alone in this; here are some tips to make your life more enjoyable by maintaining health and success with a spur of mental peace. Small changes make a colossal impact; low well-being can sometimes become a hurdle in achieving the aim. Here are some tips for healthy lifestyle.

  1. Daily routine

Sleep can be one of the primary reasons behind many life problems, both physically and mentally. If one sleeps late, then it is impossible to wake early the next day for college/university, which results in exhaustion for the rest of the day, and health is also affected. Start your day by giving it a purpose, setting small goals in mind to achieve for that day, making a to-do list, and evaluating yourself at the end of the day.

Please stop trying to be perfect, it is better sometimes to do a task rather than worry about making it perfect, and its value fades; a person becomes lazy and hence cannot accomplish the target. Diet is also added to the daily routine, which will be explained further.

When you wake up, start your day with exercise or yoga. It is not necessary to go out; one can do at home easily by watching YouTube videos. Do that work immediately in which you feel laziness. For example, being a student and feeling bored about completing the chapter for a test, do straightaway. Sometimes tasks become a burden, and we end up piling for the next day. So take regular breaks to keep your momentum for studying or work and prevents boredom. Set a lazy time to do nothing, which will refresh the mind and body mentally prepared for the next day’s responsibilities.

  1. Not having a balanced diet.

Having a disturbed diet can be the second most crucial factor affecting life goals. For students to have essential energy to start their day, they need primary nutrients that are;

  • Calcium
  • Vitamin C
  • Potassium
  • Iron

Achieving a balanced diet can be possible by the intake of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. It is sometimes impossible to maintain a good diet as being a student. They have to wake early in the morning and rush towards college/university and hardly get time to have breakfast properly. In this scenario, it makes them more vulnerable to diseases and a lack of concentration during class. Some tips can help you save from poor nutrition, be more dedicated to a career, consume water every hour, and avoid fried food and junk food. Instead of having heavy meals, take 6-7 light meals in a day.

Add at least one probiotic (it is a live bacteria that benefits the body when ingested) to the diet: yogurt, cheese, fermented soya bean, etc. Add one of the ingredients from spinach, broccoli, and spinach to your breakfast along with whole grain and vitamin C-rich fruits like strawberries, watermelon, oranges, etc. A balanced diet can prevention of acne, which can improve focus at work or University.

Adding psychobiotics (live bacteria that benefit the brain by affecting the gut’s microbiota, playing a role in the gut-brain axis) in the diet; food items rich in omega-three fatty acids; fruits, whole grain, legumes, veggies, and herbs. Consumption of dairy and poultry should be weekly.

  1. High-Stress level erodes performance.

Stress not only affects our emotional but mental intelligence. It drags down our ability to think, decision making, memorizing, and creativity ultimately results in low productivity. Stress can come from alot of sources; it can be a competitive environment at college/ university; poorly run classrooms can be family problems, friends, and sports. Sometimes if a person has extreme stress, it causes hormones like cortisol and noradrenaline to be released excessively. As a result, they flood the brain hence cause self-regulation to shut down immediately.

To avoid stress, watch motivating videos, and try doing one good deed every day. Helping people with small things make your mind release endorphins, which makes you happy. You can also listen to a soothing song to relax the mind and give self-time to heal. Stress can affect blood pressure and flow in the body and towards the brain, ending in anxiety, depression, and lack of motivation towards goal.

  1. Not achieving a healthy weight can be a shocking factor.

Body Mass Index (BMI) calculated based on height and weight, should be balanced to excel in day to day performance. Obesity has a harmful effect not only on health but also impact in achieving routine tasks. Obesity can cause blood pressure, sleep apnea, depression, more stress, low self-esteem, and isolation. People lose confidence if they are overweight at times. Being underweight is also an issue that defines that person may be internally weak and do not have the right amount of nutrients justified in an average person. There are three possibilities for low performance and having low energy, even after taking a meal.

  1. Over-eating disturbs brain insulin’s ability to break down fat and ultimately makes you sleepy and hinders the brain’s function.
  2. Sometimes the meal you intake is not fulfilling your needs for nutrients.
  3. A person being underweight causes a’ deficiency of hemoglobin count in the blood, which carries the maximum amount of oxygen to the brain. Poor oxygenation will result in fatigue and episodes of dizziness.
  4. Fitness is key to excellent performance.

Routine activities boost your energy level at work or University. Physical activities help with cognitive skills, attitude, and academic behavior. You are starting your day by doing small actions like making breakfast and doing exercise. You can also maintain your work or student life with your personal life by pursuing hobbies. Sometimes hobbies refresh your mind and body and make you enthusiastic about performing work.

Small pursuits like yoga, cycling, Zumba, etc. can help you make your life more enjoyable. Doing a daily workout for 30 minutes, the peak time for doing can be before 9:00 am, in the afternoon approximately around 1:00 pm, and after having dinner. You can exercise depending on your feasibility on any of the timings, as mentioned earlier, which will help you reduce weight and maintain your healthy life.

  1. Practice adequate self-care

The person’s vital asset is himself if he takes care of himself in specific ways like limiting caffeine, alcohol, and getting enough sleep. It opens the mind to lighten the mood and grabs the opportunity, which is a ladder towards success. Sometimes excess sleep makes you cause back pain affects the brain, and may damage its memory ability. Give priority to healthy habits, rely on simple routines for daily life. Adding a salon/ beauty parlor as a task once a week can nourish the mind and body. Drinking enough water and care about your body can make you love yourself and your work. Try to stay positive by focusing on progress, not perfection.

  1. Addiction towards Socializing 

Excess usage of mobile can cause the following problems;

  • Digestive issues
  • Shortness of temper
  • Sleeping issues
  • Disturbed routine and headaches
  • Effect the nervous system, ending up in depression

The frequency of radiations from Wi-Fi and mobile networks reduces our gut microbiota (healthy beneficial bacteria in our intestine aids in digestion) and skin beneficial bacteria, which acts as a barrier against pathogens (harmful microorganisms). More than 5GHz electromagnetic radiations influences neurons, the immune system, and digestion. If these are the circumstances, then it is not easy to do work. Internet, if used to socialize, read articles, or watch the news, is constructive, but there should be time constriction.

Wasting all day on surfing can be harmful and distract you from gaining opportunities or applying for scholarships, jobs, or internships. It also diverts from studying; there should be limited surfing. Having a modest amount of social network boosts mood and synergy for doing work. With the help of study groups with friends helps to excel, the concepts become easy and understandable. Missed notes and classes can be covered in study groups. At times too much of something is terrible; having a broad social circle can disturb life and a lack of focus on aim. The same goes for internet usage, and there is good and bad practice. For more articles like these visit health and well being.


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