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How to Take Care of Yourself Physically and Mentally?

Updated on October 21, 2020

Do Exercise

Exercise is the best start for a successful day. You need not spend piles of money in a gym and knock yourself there for hours. A light exercise for 10 minutes or a regular walk in the early morning will lift the mood and aids to stay away from depression. Regular exercise favors skin and muscles to receive 80% of your total blood flow, which holds you active and fresh for the entire day. Moreover, Exercising helps one to develop a strong sense of emotional balance. On working out regularly, you can notice that your food craving desire will reduce gradually. It also helps to cure constipation. That will be the best pros of exercise, as it will ensure you to lead a healthy life. The physical activity promotes better sleep. However, exercising near to bedtime will stir your brain active and affect your sleep. For a healthy lifestyle, no need to follow the typical ways of fitness, pick a task that encourages movement. Figure out the chore, which gives more importance to your passion, happiness, and confidence. Don't bring drastic changes in your lifestyle, follow a proper routine for sleep and eating.

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Stay Hydrated and Eat Healthy

Water forms a vital role in the detox process and metabolic activities right from the absorption of the minerals to the waste excretion in our body. Start your morning with a glass of water. It will aid to clear out toxins from the body, and it enhances our immunity. Drinking water in an empty stomach promotes flawless and glowing skin. Staying hydrated means having adequate body water levels for tissues and organs to function perfectly. The hydration level differs from human to human. Humans lose their sense of thirst as they become old, hence consume sufficient fluid in a regular interval. Well, it would be advisable to carry a bottle of water when you head out. Feeling thirsty, Dark urine, headaches, palpitation, tiredness, and dry mouth are a few symptoms of dehydration. Human beings can live for around one month without food, they can only live three to five days without water.

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Include more fruits and vegetables with high water content in your diet, which will save you with minimal calories and keep you satisfied throughout the day. Chew your food properly so you can reduce the chances of acidity and heartburn. Eating plenty of green vegetables and fruits will enhance your psychological well-being. Avoid other works while eating, eating anything without realizing what you are eating paves a way to overeating, therefore, snack mindfully.

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Be Sanguine

Be optimistic even if you find the situation is wrong around the corner, thereafter only it can be sorted out without tension. Anxiety leads to mind blanking. When circumstances seem overburden, have a complete break from everything, and engage in a work that gives happiness. Otherwise, Concentrate on the pleasurable past-time. A creative and constructive hobby provides positive reinforcement. I believe that a positive attitude and practicing spirituality goes a long way in calming the mind. To get back to the point, have an assumption that how the situation will appear a few years later, Will it is an earth-shattering factor to bother hence, stop worrying of the mishaps you have no control over and adopt a problem-solving approach. Sometimes, accepting is a crucial factor in handling stress. Subsequently, It helps to focus on the skill set to move towards solutions. In the end, be mindful and cultivate a positive mindset.

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    • Aadhithan sujay profile imageAUTHOR

      Lakshmi 

      3 months ago from Chennai

      Thank you, Ann Carr, Regular walk is itself more than enough to lift our Physical and mental health. Your comment is more valuable.

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      Ann Carr 

      3 months ago from SW England

      Great advice here. Exercise is the key, along with a healthy diet.

      I make sure that I take walks during these restrictive times. We have a wide promenade near the sea which is 2 minutes from my house, so I walk there often and it's easy to distance from others. I have a rowing machine but at the moment no room to put it out for use!

      Ann

    • Aadhithan sujay profile imageAUTHOR

      Lakshmi 

      9 months ago from Chennai

      Hi Liza, Thanks for commenting, Well, I know everyone has their way of approach towards stress and, fitness, I've shared my views and habits here. Do suggest your opinion and, thoughts, It will help me to handle the stress and improve my article as well.

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      Liza 

      9 months ago from USA

      I couldn't agree more with your tips and suggestion in the article, Lakshmi. Exercise is essential. I work out at least five times a week, and I feel great every time I exercised. I drink plenty of fluid to dehydrate.

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