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Top Healthiest resolutions for 2018

Top Healthiest
resolutions for 2018

All set with New Year lofty intentions? Well, at least we swear by them. From hitting the gym every day to sleeping for a minimum of 7 hours daily, we usually bite off more than we can chew. So, here we bring you some New Year Healthy resolutions that are not only enjoyable but doable too. Swipe down!!

  • Reduce Stress and Laugh more

    We live in a stressful world, bombarded by added responsibilities and increasing social pressure. So if you are often stressed and perpetually busy, then reducing stress should be your first priority on the list. Also, when we are stressed, overwhelmed, anxious, we reach out to high-fat foods with a lot of sugar, etc., which helps add extra kilos and a whole host of health problems. Plus, we neglect our exercise routines and sleep cycle. So, this year take a chill-pill and cultivate a positive attitude. A simple way to have a happier, healthier life is to laugh more. As Charlie Chaplin said, "A day without laughter is a day wasted."
  • Exercise is the key

    Exercise is one of the most effective methods to reduce stress, improve your health, strengthen your bones and manage your weight. You have to get at least 150 minutes of moderate exercises or 75 minutes of vigorous exercises. You should also try some muscle strengthening exercises. This might sound a little intimidating at first, but once you find a time that is convenient for your schedule, it would be easy. You can try some creative ways to exercise like Zumba, aerial yoga, etc.
  • Drink more water

    We know, it is more of a daily habit than a New Year resolution. But this small resolution can lead to a healthy lifestyle. It helps boost your immune system and maintain the balance of body fluids. It will also improve your complexion, help in digestion and weight loss. You can try drinking juices, or have fruit infused recipes to keep your body hydrated.
  • Drink less alcohol

    Nowadays, it is very easy to get caught up in drinking habits. Heavy drinking can have many long term and short-term consequences on health. This includes the risk of memory loss, breast cancer, shrinkage of the brain, liver disease, and osteoporosis.
  • Less active on Social Media

    The American Psychological Association did a survey in 2017 which showed that people who are continuously on their phones, checking their texts, emails or apps, have a higher level of stress. This New Year let's make a resolution to take a day or at least some hours off from technology and spend some ME time.
  • Get more sleep

    With this fast moving world, it is easy to lose sleep. This could lead to insomnia, depression, inflammation, weight gain, etc. Try to get at least 6-7 hours of sleep every night. Put it on your calendar. Use an app that reminds you to go to bed. When the reminder goes off, just put away the work, turn off your laptop, television and give your body a much-needed rest.
  • Follow to Unfollow

    It's not just the things around you, but the people you surround yourself with. This New Year, make a resolution to be with the people you want to. You need to have healthy and supportive friends with you to keep yourself healthy. Cut out the toxic people from your life – personal and social. Unfollow everyone you don't want to be in connection with. Prioritize yourself and don't compromise your happiness for others. Cuz, you deserve the best!
  • Eat Better

    New Year is the time when everyone is making some drastic changes in their diet to fulfil their New Year resolution. However, avoid overhauling your entire diet in a day. Small changes are far more effective. Increase the consumption of fruits and vegetables in your diet. Try cooking. This not only helps you eat healthy food but reduce stress too. You can even consult your nutritionist to prepare a diet for you.
  • Be Yourself

    Last, but not the least, don't make any resolution just to please others. Do the things you want to do and not what everyone else wants you to do. Pleasing is okay but know your boundaries too. It's time to live your life for yourself and not for your social profile. Go to the gym for making yourself healthy and not for uploading pictures. Learn playing the guitar if you want to, not to impress others. Go solo travelling to spend some time with yourself and not because it is trendy.

The purpose of this blog is to promote broad consumer understanding and knowledge of various health and wellness topics. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment and before undertaking a new health care regimen, and never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this website.


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