Don't make excuses about having no time for health... Here are some simple things you can do for your self.
1. Mood booster by Smelling Orange Skin
Studies revealed that orange essential oil helps boost mood and alertness and can reduce anxiety. If you don’t have fresh orange fruits at home, try to buy a bottled oil and dab a drop on each wrist or massage into your temples for same effect.
2. Mindful Eating
Eat on the dinning table instead of eating in front of the Television. Chew your food slowly, rather than swallowing it down right away with few chews. This will avoid overeating.
3. Lavender drops on a tissue placed under your pillow case.
This easy, at home ~aromatherapy~ trick will help you sleep deeply and peacefully.
4. Floss Regularly
Flossing is important for your gum health and will avoid bad breath. A study revealed that flossing may prevent heart disease.
5. Do the 20/20/20 eye rule
Staring at screens all day can strain your eyes. The 20/20/20 rule reduces the strain. Every 20 minutes, take 20 second break and let your eyes wander over something 20ft in distance.
6. Meditate for at least. 10 minutes a day
Take time to calm your mind and sit, chill, breath in, and breath out. It can make a big difference to the flow of your day. If you are new to meditation, start with mobile app that will guide you through the process
7. Stretch it out
You don’t need to be expert in yoga to be effective in stretching and you can do it anytime and anywhere.
8. Get off a stop before and walk to work
Grab an opportunity to walk by getting down the bus or train a stop before your actual stop. Walk your way to the office and get fresh air. This is a best way to run your blood throughout your body and have a clear head.
9. Give time for Tea Time
Green tea is a great energy-boosting alternative to coffee. Chamomile helps you go to sleep and Peppermint teas aids digestion. There are always a tea for everything.
10. Set mobile phone aside when you get home from work.
This is not to say turn off your phone right after you get off from work, but at least don’t glue your face on your phone the second you leave the office.
11. Get at least 7-8 hours sleep
There are many stress-related symptoms come from lack of sleep. Try getting a little extra sleep and see how it feels better. Instead of setting an alarm when to wake up, set an alarm for going to bed at least an hour before bed time.
12. Mind your posture at work
Always check your posture and position while you spend hours at work. A laptop stand is a good investment for slouch prevention. Sit up straight and your screen should be at eye level, so you don’t need to look down and slouch.
13. Always take the stairs
This is another opportunity to circulate your blood by walking up and down the stairs.
14. Prepare your food or snacks on a Sunday night or a night before.
Save time and energy in the morning and this way you’ll not end up with fast food because you can’t find food in your fridge and opt with fast food delivery.
15. Eat out on lunch
Even you brought your own food to work, don’t eat at your desk. Take the opportunity to walkout of the office mood atleast 20 minutes and eat your lunch outside and breath fresh air.
16. Balance your booze days
If you can’t say no to boozy weekends, consider saying no to a glass on other days.
17. Cut sugar on your Coffee
This is an easy way to reduce your overall sugar intake.
18. Green juice
If you think you haven’t got any veggie intake for the week, try to make a quick green juice.
19. Water up wherever you go
Always carry a water bottle to ensure your hydration throughout the day. Specially when you are going outdoors where cold drinks is not available. Carrying a bottle always remind yourself to hydrate.
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