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Creating a Healthier Lifestyle - Sophia Belnap - Blog

Creating a Healthier Lifestyle

If you want to live as long as possible and have a high-quality life, it is time for you to take the steps to a healthier lifestyle. Believe it or not, being healthy involves more than simply eating fruits and vegetables and exercising. You need to also be happy and enjoy your life to be healthy. Read on for six ways to create the healthiest life for you. 

See Your Doctor Regularly

Even if you feel perfectly fine, and do not find yourself sick often, it is still important for you to see your doctor one to two times per year. This can ensure that you catch a serious illness or pre-disease early.

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The earlier you can identify a deficiency or sickness, the better your chance of beating or preventing it is. If you do not have health insurance to help you pay for these regular doctor's visits, you should start researching for insurance quotes. This will include health, eye, and dental insurance. 

Drive Enough Water

Make sure that you plan your day around drinking enough water. It can be hard in the beginning if you are not used to it, but you will soon see results. Your body needs water to function properly and your body will thank you. Some of the benefits of drinking water are:

  • Helps to lower blood pressure
  • Reduces risks of heart attack, stroke, and high cholesterol
  • Moisturizes your skin
  • Reduces acne and breakouts
  • Reduces bloat and water retention in the body
  • Eliminates body waste

Get Plenty of Sleep

No matter how busy you are you must make it a priority to get enough rest and sleep. This means a minimum of six to eight hours of sleep. The benefts of getting an adequate amount of sleep are:

  • Improves concentration and performance
  • Reduces risk of stroke and heart disease
  • Reduces the likelihood of type 2 diabetes
  • Improves athletic ability
  • Reduces chances of depression
  • Improves your immunity function

Exercise More

If you do not enjoy physical exercise, this one can be difficult to get on board with. But, there is the possibility that there are exercises that you can find that you will actually enjoy. If you like dancing, you could try exercises like Zumba, or take dancing lessons.

If you like sports, ask your friends about playing basketball a couple of times a week, or look into joining a softball team. If there is a sport that you have always wanted to play but are not sure about, research taking lessons. This will get your heart racing and will burn calories. 

Try Fruits and Vegetables of Different Colors

You may be someone who already incorporates fruits and vegetables into your regular diet. You may enjoy eating them and their benefits. But challenge yourself to try fruits and vegetables that are rarer, such as:

  • Cherimoya fruit
  • Pummelo fruit
  • Jabuticaba fruit
  • Kiwano melon fruit
  • Romanesco vegetable
  • Ugli fruit
  • Dragon fruit
  • Purple sweet potatoes
  • Durian fruit
  • Samphire vegetable

Remove Negativity From Your Life

It is vital for you to take just as much care of your mental health as your physical. Pay attention to what you expose yourself to. If crime tv shows affect you, or the nightly news is depressing, start to watch it less if not at all. 

You should start to take note of how you feel when you are surfing social media. When you find yourself feeling down or depressed after comparing your life to other's, it is time for you to log out or delete your accounts. 

Do you have people in your life who bring you down? Remember that you do not have to engage in friendships or relationships that do not add joy to your life. If there are loved ones or acquaintances who drain your energy and do not encourage your growth, examine why you continue to allow them into your space. You choose who you invest in and what you allow into your life. 

Publish Date: August 19, 2021 7:01 PM

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