Here’s a list of seven easy things you should incorporate into your life to help boost your health.
Meditation has been around for centuries, but has only recently emerged in the last few decades as a popular practice in the western world. Meditating for 10-20 minutes every day to relax and search introspectively has been shown to alleviate stress, improve sleep quality, improve blood pressure, boost the immune system, and help with cardiovascular function.
Many career-oriented people simply do not get enough sleep on a nightly basis. No matter healthy you eat or how often you work out, proper amount and quality of sleep is a must for wholistically healthy lifestyle. Sleep deprivation actually lessens the efficacy of exercise and diet. Experts recommend that you average around seven to eight hours a night, but it varies by person. Additionally, research has demonstrated that lack of sleep actually impairs brain function and makes it difficult to focus
3. Drink Tea
Tea boats an arsenal of benefits that helps boost both the health of one’s brain and body. Some research has proven that consistently consuming Green tea can improve memory and cognition. Also, tea speeds up your metabolism, lowers blood pressure, boosts immunity, and helps with bad breath. So when you’re thinking about grabbing another morning cup of coffee, opt for some tea instead.
Here’s something you probably didn’t think you would see on this list. Flossing is not only important to maintaining dental hygiene. If you don’t floss regularly and your gums become infected, that bacteria can enter the bloodstream and cause internal inflammation.
5. Warm-up Before Workouts
Recent research has shown that stretching before exercise might actually do more harm than good. If you actually partake in a dynamic warm-up, including lunges and high-skips, will help mitigate the chance of injury and lead to a better workout
6. High Intensity Interval Training
British Researches have shown that training in a high-intensity interval training style can result with equal benefits you get with endurance training. The upside is that it takes a lot less time.
7. Wear Sunglasses
Sunglasses represent the only way to protect one’s eyes. You should throw on a pair of shades any time you think you’ll be exposed to the sun’s rays for a significant amount of time.
8. More Fiber
Fiber consumption is absolutely integral to maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Fiber can help lead to a longer life by aiding weight loss, reducing inflammation and blood pressure, and lessen the risk of developing diabetes.