The holiday season gives many of you some good reasons to overlook your good health. Moreover, cold weather usually makes almost everyone lazy and lethargic. The colder months are those months where we start ignoring our nutrition needs. As a culture, we use food as a way to celebrate with our loved ones - be it with a fritter or a full-pack ‘ghee’ recipe.
Thus, this holiday season, keep yourself healthy and fit by adopting these 5-holiday tips:
Whatever we do in life, directly impacts our family and friends. So, it is essential to stay focused on your health and healthy foods to keep going. Do not refrain from going to exercise or jog. However, you may start a bit delayed but do not completely stop it. Keep your body in a way it is accustomed. If you stop doing the exercise, it may affect your health adversely.
Simplify to ease stress
Do not indulge yourselves in many public gatherings. In fact, due to the coronavirus, many festivities will look different this year, so think of this as an opportunity to simplify. Stay at home, eat healthily and stay fit.
Focus on the Celebrations, not on the food
Whenever we meet up for celebrations, food is the most important thing to enjoy. But to keep yourself healthy during the holidays, do not eat much. Try to distract your attention by getting indulged in some games, fun, and happiness. Fill half of your plate with vegetables and high-nutrients foods cut down with oily and spicy foods.
Hydrate yourself much
Water is the best friend for your body. It is needed by our brain, organs, cells, and tissues. Thus, keep yourself hydrated as much as possible. It will not only help you stay fit and efficient; it will keep your energy levels high. It keeps bowel movement proper, too. Thus, drink 6 to 8 glasses of water daily.
Get sufficient rest
Rest is best for health. Even though your schedule is packed, stay on track with your sleeping hours. Do not overlook the importance of rest and 8 hours sleep. Mental well-being is totally dependent upon the good hours of sound sleep and rest were given to a body. Continuously working without taking a rest will apparently decrease your working capacity.#momhealth #childhealth #familyhealth