It is that time again when we are excited about the new beginnings, trying to get out of this whirlwind happening year after year and make some useful and self-constructing resolutions for ourselves.
New Year always comes with hopes and aspirations. It is the feeling when everyone promises to oneself at least one resolution per year. Pluck one of the best principled resolutions and stick with it. Here’s a contribution to your health!
- Drink more water and less caffeine
Water is roughage including a number of health benefits. This New Year have two liters i.e. 8-10 cups of water every day and see the magic. From a glowing skin to maintaining body weight, boosting immune system to flushing out toxins, water is an amazing substance that can blow your minds off. This is the best resolution one must take.
- Sleep more
If we are trying to make those resolutions that revolve all around our health, then we must take care of what we are and how our body travels from head to toe. An adult must have at least 6-7 hours of sleep for a sound mind and body. Now, in winters especially, it is dire to come out of those cozy blankets and go for work. So try to sleep early and have good hours of sleep to have a fresh and bloomy morning.
- Healthy eating
From play school to college, every teacher or coach laid emphasis to avoid junk food, start fresh, eat ample of fruits and green vegetables, have milk and eggs and so on.. Even posters, banners and rallies have been arranged to spread awareness on healthy eating. But none of us bothered. This New Year we can vow to start small! Gain your nutrition intake and see the charm in just a couple of days.
- Have less dinner
Dinner must be light and subtle. High amount of calories or proteins can be hazard to health causing a number of health issues that all of us avoids. Do not eat to fill your stomach, eat when you are hungry. Eat small but eat well. Chew your food properly and help your body to have a functional sleep.
On a footnote, we wish you all a very Happy New Year. Let’s make good resolutions’ this year which we can bind upon the whole 365 days.