Fitness – an attribute hard to maintain; a healthy lifestyle hard to achieve; a life with no celebrations. Is that you? This guide outlines some of the practical methods for a healthy, fit and happy lifestyle.
Fitness doesn’t have to be a muscular body. If you are lean and fit, your fitness level is good. According to the surveys, the national obesity rate increases by 2% (Kids, being the vulnerable target). The Urban Lifestyle, a boon if, practiced in a healthy manner and a bane, if exploited. Many people hit gym, just for the sake of it. Others pump their muscles for society paradigms yet they have an unhealthy lifestyle.
“Lifestyle Diseases,” is a term related to unhealthy lifestyle. Drug Abuse, Alcohol drinking, Tobacco Smoking, and lack of exercise increase the risk of developing certain lifestyle diseases such as Alzheimer’s Diseases, Asthma, Atherosclerosis, chronic liver diseases etc. Stress, strain and untimely eating habits are common causes of these diseases. The question is,
How do you maintain a healthy lifestyle? How do you prevent being a victim to lifestyle diseases?
The Doctor’s Advice
We give you proven methods towards developing a healthy lifestyle.
Get a sound sleep: An eight hour sleep every night, ensures that your body repairs itself fully. If you are sleep deprived, you are more likely have a bad mood, poor concentration, and affecting the metabolism. Getting a good night sleep helps reduce premature aging and other adverse effects.
Nutritious Diet: Have you been eating junk food? Are you meals intake untimely? If it is, you are bound to procrastinate and feel weak. Eat small meals (Nutritiously rich and balanced) throughout the day. Reduce portion sizes, take out white bread and replace with whole grains and make sure each meal contains at least one portion of fruit and – or vegetables. Healthy food doesn’t have to be expensive in the least bit, and you can get an abundance of low priced fruit and veggies, like apples, carrots, bananas, potatoes and peas.
Exercise: We all should be doing at least 30 minutes of exercise, 3 to 4 or more times a week, to keep good fitness and keep in shape. This can be pretty much anything that is physical, like walking, cycling, running, swimming to weightlifting, etc. “We encourage overall fitness and healthy lifestyle and want people to celebrate life,” says a representative of Cardio Fitness.
Increase your Water Intake: Water is one of the best ways to perk up your overall health and keep your body content. It’s really significant to keep hydrated if you live in a hot weather or do a lot of physical work and exercise. Water will also help to curb your appetite all through the day, which means you will be less likely to branch out on expensive, calorific and sweet snacks.
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