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The Best Wellness Practices for a Healthy, Happy Life - Sophia Belnap - ContactCenterWorld.com Blog

The Best Wellness Practices for a Healthy, Happy Life

Health and wellness are the keystones of a long, happy and fulfilled life. When you’re at your best, you’re on top of your game at work, thinking clearly through challenges, and are more likely to feel a sense of ease with your life. To be the healthiest version of yourself you can be, stick to these healthy habits to both look and feel your best. 

Set Up a Solid Morning Routine

A great start to your day can set the tone for the rest of it. From wondering whether certain breakfast foods are actually good for you to searching “does toothpaste expire” online, there’s a little bit of experimentation involved in establishing a balanced, nourishing morning regimen. Focus on eating a healthy breakfast, even if you're only in the mood for a small amount of food, and adopt a few other invigorating practices, such as a morning yoga session, a skin care regimen, a lively playlist or a cup of green tea. 


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Get Enough Sleep

A well-rested body and mind are crucial to be able to function well throughout the day. Aim to get between seven to nine hours of sleep at night. If you have trouble sleeping, whether with falling asleep or staying asleep, revamp your bedtime routine to include activities that promote calmness and stillness. Stick to a bedtime and a regular wakeup time to better regulate your body’s internal clock and give yourself the best chance at a good night's rest. 

Drink More Water Than You Think You Need

The recommendation to get eight glasses of water per day is actually not enough for most people. Instead of waiting until your body’s thirst cues show up, a sign of mild dehydration, stay ahead of hydration by drinking as much water as your body needs every day. It helps to use a refillable water bottle and carry it with you to keep track of your water intake. Skip the sugary drinks and caffeinated beverages, too, as these drinks can actually leave you more dehydrated. 

Make Exercise a Priority

Regular moderate exercise is one of the most important things you can do for your body. Not only does exercise help you to stay trim and lean, but it also keeps your mind sharp, your muscles strong, your joints stable, your mood elevated and your immune system in good shape. Aim for at least 150 minutes of movement every week. 

Invest in Organization Tools

Stress is far from just a mental or emotional experience. Stress and anxiety have detrimental effects on your body in a variety of ways. If your to-do list is filled with tasks and your calendar is overbooked, take steps to relieve some of the mental burden. Buy a planner, start writing things on your calendar, set up reminders and alerts on your phone or even outsource some tasks when you have too much on your plate. 

Reduce or Eliminate Unhealthy Vices

While mild to moderate alcohol consumption poses no risk to your health, too much of anything is never a good thing. The same can be said of processed foods, sweets, too much screen time or even overindulgence in some seemingly healthy foods or habits. Balance is the key to a healthy life. However, some vices, such as smoking or drug use, should be cut out entirely for optimal health. 

Spend Time Outdoors

The vitamin D your body produces when exposed to sunlight is just one of many benefits of spending time in the great outdoors. As often as you can, unplug and head outside to enjoy the natural world. Greenery, fresh air and the increased likelihood of movement do wonders for your mental and physical health alike. 

Start a Soothing Practice

In an incredibly busy world, it can be challenging to find time, or even remember, to slow down once in a while. Rather than find windows of opportunity to take a break, schedule down time into your daily routine. When you regularly meditate, stretch, read, journal or just stop to take deep breaths, your nervous system is able to regulate better, and you’re more ready to tackle whatever life has in store when you get back to it. 



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