Supporting Your Health in 5 Easy Steps

Being healthy can be challenging for some and simple for others. Having health means having the energy and freedom to live our lives and do the things we want to do because we are not limited by health problems. There are many steps to improving health but here are some recommendations. The path to better health can start with these 5 simple steps.

  1. Drink Enough Water

Our bodies are made up of a lot of water. According to About.com, our bodies are made up of 50% to 65% water. There has been a lot of talk about how much water is enough and how much is too little. Recently experts have been saying to drink anywhere from half of your body weight in ounces to all of your body weight in ounces. For example, if you weight 160 pounds, you would need to drink anywhere from 80 to 160 ounces of water. Drinking enough water will help to keep metabolism at the right levels and also help the digestive system. If you are sweating a lot and exercising a lot then you will probably be at the higher end of that spectrum for enough water.

  1. Get Up & Move

It may be hard to have energy to go and be active during the day or even in the evenings. But by taking just 20 minutes a few times a week to get up and get your blood pumping will give your body more oxygen and provide something that gets your heart rate moving. Simple activities that get you up and going help support your heart health and to help your overall health. There is no need to over do it. Simply go for a short walk around the block, park farther away from the store, or take the stairs instead of the elevator.

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  1. Get Enough Sleep

According to the Gallup poll in 2013, Americans get on average less than 7 hours of sleep each night. Studies have shown that sleep helps the body to regenerate and have the ability for the brain to process and to solidify and consolidate memories. Having a sleeping schedule that is consistent for waking up and going to bed helps the body meet the sleep needs each night and to be ready to face the world the next day. The recommended sleep time for adults is anywhere from 7 to 9 hours, with women typically needing more sleep than men.

  1. Eat Nutritious Meals

The fad diets come and go, but learning about the nutritional value of the food you put into your body is important. Having a balanced diet with fruits and vegetables, along with grains and protein is important for understanding the nutritional needs of your body. You may not need to make drastic changes to the food you eat on a daily basis. Taking a step back from refined sugar, and also food that has extra additives and preservatives, will help sustain the body with better nutritional value.

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  1. Don’t Take Yourself to Seriously

Stress is part of daily life, but when stress becomes the master of your life you may be pushing the limits for yourself emotionally, physically, and/or mentally. Long term stress may lead to bigger health issues, such as depression, cardiovascular disease, gastrointestinal problems, and more. So instead of stressing about being stressed, take a time out for yourself. Take a break to fill yourself back up with positivity and with a sense of wellbeing. Go for a walk, read your favorite book, take a nap, or do something for yourself you have wanted to do.

Overall, we can make minor adjustments in our daily lives to improve our overall health and wellness. Making these changes can be challenging but make a commitment to yourself to take one step each day for a better quality of health.

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