Tuesday, October 13, 2020

Health Tips

                                                                       Health Tips

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        “Physical fitness is the first requisite of happiness.”

Ø  Don’t forget to smile and laugh routinely.

Ø  Do something fun every day.

Ø  Focus less on your weight, and more on your overall health.

Ø  Find things to be grateful for in your life.

Ø  Establish regular exercise routines in your life.

Ø  Take breaks during your work day.

Ø  Get adequate sleep.

Ø  Start each day with a healthy breakfast.

Ø  Spend some time in solitude on a regular basis.

Ø  Wash your hands often.

Ø  Drink some water, especially before meals.

Ø  Continue to work on eating healthily; vigilance will always be needed to be successful.

Ø  See your doctor regularly for wellness exams and health/disease screenings/tests.

Ø  If you have symptoms, seek medical attention; don’t ignore warning signs of issues.

Ø  Along with your body, make efforts to stimulate and strengthen your brain as you age.

Ø  Keep involved in activities and pursuits that interest you.

Ø  Try to maintain a positive attitude to support your resilience when life hands you setbacks.

Ø  Keep your body hydrated with water.

Ø  Avoid toxins and unhealthy environments.

Ø  Take care of your skin.

Ø  Know your health numbers and what they mean, regardless of how healthy or unhealthy you are now.

Ø  Spend less time in front of the TV; at minimum, get up and move during commercials.

Ø  Learn to relax more.

Ø  Have a sense of purpose in your life.

Ø  Let go of the past, focus on what you can do to improve your present and future.

Ø  Give your focused attention on what you can do to address your most unhealthy habit.

Ø  Remind yourself it takes time and patience to change ingrained habits.

Ø  Know your family health history.

Ø  Eat a variety of foods, especially fruits and vegetables.

Ø  Limit your use of alcohol.

Ø  Don’t forget your dental health.

Ø  Don’t forget your eye health.

Ø  Continue to educate yourself about overall health and wellness, over time new findings result in updated recommendations from health experts.

Ø  Replace bad habits with good ones.

Ø  Learn to cook healthy foods you enjoy.

Ø  Learn to modify recipes you love to make them more nutritious.

Ø  Allow yourself to splurge periodically on special foods in limited quantities or frequencies.

Ø  Slip vegetables into your favorite recipes.

Ø  Make sure you get some good fats in your diet.

Ø  Stretch your body every day.

Ø  Eat more fish.

Ø  Focus on eating whole-grains when you eat bread products.

Ø  Make sure that the protein foods you eat are leaner versions.

Ø  Develop a ‘gentle firmness’ with yourself; be kind but honest in your mental ‘self-talk’.

Ø  Remember that small changes can really add up and lead to big results.

Ø  Try to eat more natural/raw/core foods, and less processed food.

Ø  Try to eat a variety of food ‘colors’.

Ø  Try to eat more volume and fewer calories in your diet.

Ø  Experiment with food combinations and spices to see what you like.

Ø  If you are ill or have an injury, rest and/or get treatment.

Ø  Use trusted websites for excellent health advice and/or recipes.

Ø  Listen to your body.

Ø  Are you already managing a specific condition, like diabetes or arthritis? Read up on what you can continue to do to mitigate progression of the condition through any lifestyle changes.

Ø  Watch the level of over the counter medications you use.

Ø  Make sure you understand contraindications and/or interactions for any medication you take or conditions you have, including improper mixing of meds and other meds and/or food.

Ø  Join a health related class or program, a great way to get new ideas/tips and/or supports.

Ø  Carry healthy snacks with you.

Ø  Read nutrition labels regularly.

Ø  Get rid of excess clutter in both your physical and mental world.

Ø  Stop doing what doesn’t work for you, and keep doing what does work for you.

Ø  Be willing to try a new sport or physical activity at least once to see if you would enjoy it.

Ø  Develop an array of exercise and physical activity options in your life to keep active.

Ø  Know the key nutritious healthy or ‘super’ foods and include them in your diet.

Ø  Keep educating yourself about health update information.

Ø  Remember that while you may have your own health challenges, you are likely someone else’s role model in some aspect of their life.

Ø  Make yourself ‘work’ for a special food through an exercise ‘payment’ first; you may find after the exercise you really don’t want the food.

Ø  Understand that - as with all important aspects of life - being healthy will take some work and effort on your part and it will be worth it over the long haul.

Ø  Consider rewarding yourself with cash; save up what you would have spent on unhealthy foods or tobacco and use the money to purchase something you would really love.

Ø  Reward yourself for your positive efforts in ways that do not involve food whenever possible.

Ø  Enjoy your food, take time to sit down and concentrate on what you are eating.

Ø  Watch salt, sugar, harmful fats and other additive levels in your food.

Ø  Consider taking vitamins and other supplements as recommended by your doctor or pharmacist.

Ø  When someone asks you what you would like for a gift, be ready with a healthy idea.

Ø  Write down your health goals and prioritize them.

Ø  Track your progress on health goals so you have feedback to review.

Ø  Have realistic expectations for yourself and your body.

Ø  Compete only with yourself, not others.

Ø  Look for healthy role models in your life.

Ø  Ask for tips or advice from people in your life who are healthy and/or struggling with similar challenges.

Ø  Develop healthy rituals but be prepared to be flexible as needed.

Ø  Plan and allow time for you to keep up with your healthy habits and routines.

Ø  Don’t forget portion control.

Ø  Concentrate of keeping your body strong and flexible.

Ø  Seek to resolve nagging problems in your life.

Ø  Accept the things in your life that you cannot change.

Ø  Do something for others just because you can.

Ø  Try to be spontaneous or try something new each week.

Ø  Gravitate towards healthy people whenever possible.

Ø  Use your support systems.

Ø  Expect setbacks and plan for them if possible.

Ø  Take your medications as prescribed and report side effects to your physician.

Ø  Make sure your physician(s) have complete information about your health.

Ø  Learn to breathe properly.

Ø  Don’t engage in wishful thinking about your health; take action, even small steps, as soon as you can to get going towards a healthier you.

Ø  Whenever you need to do so, just start over fresh, at the next meal, the next day, the next month, the next year, whichever comes first for you.

Ø  Understand that being healthy or unhealthy is a choice you get to make continually through many daily decisions.

Ø  The more you develop other interests and activities in your life, the less appealing over eating or inactivity will be for you.

Ø  The way out of any root is simple, just do it; get started in any way that you can.

Ø  Post reminders, incentives or inspiration for yourself to see to help support your goals.

Ø  Don’t ever give up on efforts to improve your health.

“To ensure good health: eat lightly, breathe deeply, live moderately, cultivate cheerfulness, and maintain an interest in life.”