We have always been bombarded with articles that advise us on how to stay in shape and how to maintain a healthy lifestyle. But this information boils down to recommending a diet to follow, combined with physical activity to carry out. But what if dieting is not for us? Many people are not comfortable in following a diet that dictates their rules and restrictions, better to have a few basic principles, always valid, to keep in mind. These 13 tips of well-being dictate us for a healthy lifestyle at 360 degrees, not to give up anything while staying fit.

13 Simple Tips for a Healthy Lifestyle

  1. Enjoy Everything, but in Moderation
  2. Exercise Regularly
  3. Take the Vitamins
  4. Cook what you Eat
  5. Laughter is the Best Medicine
  6. Sleep for Eight Hours
  7. Listen to your Body
  8. Start the day by Drinking Half a Litre of Water
  9. Have Breakfast Every Day
  10. Don’t Smoke
  11. Keep your Brain Active
  12. Pay Attention to the Weight
  13. Mental Wellness

1. Enjoy Everything, but in Moderation

Eat and drink what you want, which makes you feel good and gives you a smile, but without exaggerating, this is the trick. French fries, bread, red wine are all goodies that if consumed in excess, they hurt. Enjoy them every now and then, in moderation, even with the intention of rewarding you, and nobody will get hurt. 

2. Exercise Regularly

A healthy lifestyle requires at least 30 minutes of movement per day. It does not mean that you have to go to the gym every day, but in everyday life, you have to plan to move for at least thirty consecutive minutes. For instance, go for a walk on foot or by bicycle (when possible). Going for a walk with the dog is healthy, and it relaxes the muscles, helps burn calories, and relieves tension and stress. Choose the physical activity that is most suitable for you, that makes you feel good but practice it regularly.

3. Take the Vitamins

Even if you take a healthy and balanced diet, the body always reports some deficiency as regards vitamins. That’s why it is good to take a multivitamin supplement, especially during the season changes.

4. Cook what you Eat

Going out to eat every now and then is fun and rewarding, but cooking for yourself or for those you love is even more so. First of all, because it allows you to prepare a balanced meal, with all the nutrients, then because you know exactly what the ingredients are used, without nasty surprises. Fun cooking also helps to keep your mind relaxed.

5. Laughter is the Best Medicine

Scientific studies have shown that laughing helps reduce stress and improve mood. In addition, we all know that it helps to smooth expression lines and improve skin tone. Therefore, strive to find one or more reasons to laugh or even smile every day to do it for your health.

6. Sleep for Eight Hours

According to the sleep medicine department of Harvard Medical School, sleeping about seven to eight hours each night makes the person more efficient during the day. Moreover, it speeds up the metabolism and allows you to store more information, keeping the brain more elastic. You should take at least 8 hours of sleep as it is one of the healthy lifestyle habits.

7. Listen to your Body

Do you have food cravings? Do you arrive so tired in the evening that it seems you have passed over a truck? Satisfy the demands of your body and, in the first case, satisfy that desire, in the second, and fill your days less. Your body knows what you need, whether it is food, rest, or something else, and usually warns you in advance before it is too late, therefore always listen to it and then go along with it.

8. Start the day by Drinking Half a Litre of Water

Our body is made up of more than 70% water, so hydrating it well. It will help restart the system. If the water alone doesn’t suit you, take it orange juice, or make fruit smoothies or make some healthy drinks. Hydrate yourself after half an hour. Take at least 2 liters of water every day.

9. Have Breakfast Every Day

We all know it by now, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It provides the body and brain with the energy it needs to get going, so take your time and vary between yogurt, fruit, muesli, oatmeal, cereals, or eggs.

10. Don’t Smoke

The use of tobacco harms many organs and systems and is the cause of many serious and debilitating diseases. It causes serious respiratory problems and is closely related to numerous diseases of the cardiovascular system. In addition, 85% of lung cancers and 30% of all cancers are attributable to smoking.

11. Keep your Brain Active

If we want to live well and healthy, let’s not forget the health of our brain. Let’s keep him trained and fit by reading books, tease him with crossword puzzles and puzzles, and busy with hobbies and fun activities. If you need extra help, specific supplements based on magnesium, vitamins, zinc, selenium, Eleutherococcus, and Rhodiola Rosea, a mix of fundamental elements for the brain can be used.  There are some antioxidants that increase memory, function cognitive and mental stress resistance.

12. Pay Attention to the Weight

One of the rules to follow for maintaining a healthy life is, unfortunately, very topical, i.e., maintaining the right body weight. Since overweight and obesity are among the most critical risk factors for diseases like cardiovascular diseases, malignancies, hypertension, and diabetes. Losing excess pounds reduces the risks closely related to being overweight and improves the quality of life, as well as improving our mood.

13. Mental Wellness

Adopting a healthy lifestyle is not easy at all; you have to trust the little progress you can make every day and not give up if you don’t notice the difference immediately. Change can only start from your head because only you can make it happen in everyday reality:

Meditate: Always find time to relax your mind, taking deep breaths, and getting away from the stress of everyday life.

Focus: Focus on the small changes you can make every day to improve your lifestyle.

Don’t give up

Your constancy will be repaid, and your sacrifices will not be in vain. We know it can be done, believe it too! We can assure you that the benefit you receive from this lifestyle change is not only for the body but also for the mind and mood. If you want to tell us about your experience, let us know in the comment box!

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