6 Healthy Tips for the New YearPosted on December 19, 2022 by shieldsandboris
The start of a new year is always a perfect time to reflect on ourselves and our habits. In today's world, there is no better time to reprioritize our health and wellness. It has become increasingly important to take care of ourselves and maintain our health.
If you are not already focused on healthy daily practices, here are some quick tips for establishing healthy habits in the new year.
- Eat healthier – Add extra fruits and vegetables to your diet. The added vitamins and minerals will help boost your immune system.
- Drink more water – Increase your water intake to keep your body hydrated. Most health experts recommend you drink at least eight 8 oz. glasses per day.
- Exercise daily – The recommendation is that you get at least 30-minutes of exercise per day. Daily exercise is vital for heart and lung health.
- Take vitamins – Taking a daily multivitamin will help keep your body balanced and help fight off illness and disease.
- Practice self-care – Daily self-care will help your body, mind, and spirit. Taking care of your physical needs and your emotional needs is crucial to maintaining a healthy balance.
- Wash your hands – Washing your hands multiple times per day with soap and warm water is imperative for fighting infection.
Remember that small changes add up to significant changes. So, start small and work your way up to including all of these healthy habits into your lifestyle.
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