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Everyone should try these 7 tips to be healthier. Not only can it help with sleep, energy, and your mental health, you will be able to enjoy life more. The truth is that 92% of women in the United States feel stressed out at least once a week (check out our other article with 5 hacks to stress). This is up 8% from 2021. The world today throws a lot of things at us, this is why controlling your health should be the focal point so you can be in control rather then reacting to what is thrown your way.
Lets dive into these hacks:
Ok we have all heard this before eat healthier foods… I know it is clique but even just making some little changes like getting whole grain bread instead of white bread, buying fruit bars instead of candy bars, getting meet from the deli instead of the prepackage lunch meat. These little changes will make a big difference.
If you take a lunch break at work, going before or after the crowd may help you avoid the stress of noontime crowds. Plus, your workplace may be quieter at peak lunch periods, so you can focus on what you need to do.
Social media can be a fun way to keep up with your friends’ lives, but it’s easy to get caught up in it and spend far more time than you intended. Moreover, anxiety and depression can set in if you start comparing your life with the carefully curated images on Instagram. Turn off notifications and set time restrictions on your phone for social media apps. Avoid checking close to bedtime, which can interfere with sleep.
Even slight dehydration can contribute to fatigue and headaches, sapping your energy when you need it most. By the time you feel thirsty, you’re already dehydrated. Drink a cup or two of water first thing in the morning and at bedtime to help ensure you stay hydrated.
The majority of women surveyed said that mornings were by far the busiest part of their day. Getting up an hour or even 30 minutes earlier than usual can give you more time to start your day at a slower pace. You may be able to exercise, get the kids ready without rushing, or beat the morning commute.
Set reminders on your phone or calendar to take a moment to stretch and take a few deep, slow breaths. If you’re sitting most of the day, get up and move a bit as you stretch. These simple breaks can interrupt the body’s stress response, invigorate your system and reset your focus so you feel more in control.
Try to spend time outdoors every day. Go for a walk or just step outside and take a few deep, slow breaths. Especially in the morning, spending time outdoors can awaken your body and set the tone for your day.