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Seven Rules to Follow for Personal Healthcare

“Love yourself enough to live a healthy life.” – Jules Robson

Spending a healthy life is not as complicated as most people assume it to be. You will find the majority of people talking about bad health, increasing health hazards, and their inability to tackle them. Before you make any decision regarding your health, do not forget to self-contemplate. It helps you to identify the setbacks, and you can plan better.

The world statistics for health risk is increasing as the world is moving forward. The majority of people blame work schedules, increasing anxiety, and stress. According to them, it is only the hectic schedules and pollution that is affecting health, but are these the only contributors to bad health? Several other factors affect your health, but there is always a way out.

Take a look at your ambiances and keenly observe that many crises surround you that can affect mental and physical health. Health is a blessing, and you might lose it to carelessness. ‘Keep yourself healthy to make your surroundings healthy’ must be your approach when someone talks about health care. Without personal health care, it is nearly impossible to think about public welfare.

Let’s take a look at some simple and easy-to-follow rules for personal health care.

1. STAY INSURED

STAY INSURED

You should feel blessed if you have individual health coverage to support you. It is a security that you can always stay healthy and reduce health risks for better wellbeing. Don’t let anyone take it away from you. Bad times do not come screaming to you so, and you may need health coverage. Also, insurance can save you much money.

2. STAY POSITIVE AND STRESS-FREE

Stress is poison for your health, and it is better to stay miles away from it. It is nearly impossible to avoid pressure when your work schedules and overall routine is hectic. No matter what your daily routine is, there is always a way to avoid stress. Start planning, stay organized, and divide all your tasks into smaller, easily achievable goals so that you can reduce your burden.

Positivity is the essence of a healthy life. Never lose optimism when things get jumbled up. It will result in stress, and that is not good at all.

3. PERFECT SLEEP CYCLE

PERFECT SLEEP CYCLE

The sleep cycle is essential to balance. For an adult, seven to nine hours of sleep is ideal, and it has a remarkable impact on your health. According to a study, disturbed sleep cycles result in lesser productivity, which ultimately leads to stress and alcoholism too.

4. GIVE UP CONFECTIONARIES AND STAY HYDRATED

‘Confectionaries are not good for your health.’

The majority of people hear this throughout their lives, but how many think about giving up on them? Treat yourself with sugary foods once in a week so that your cravings are satisfied. Excess of everything is wrong and excessive confectionaries are deadly for health. They not only result in obesity, but diabetes type 2 and cardiovascular problems can embrace you too.

From now on, your motto should be ‘stay hydrated, stay healthy.’

The human body is 70 percent water, and do you think five to six glasses are enough to meet the requirements? You must drink at least twelve glasses or two to three liters of water every day so that your body functions properly and your health doesn’t deteriorate. Water makes toxin removal easy, muscular movement better, and overall good health.

Fun Fact: Drinking water 30 minutes before a meal can improve weight loss by 44 percent.

5. BALANCED NUTRIENTS AND COFFEE CAN HELP

COFFEE CAN HELP

A healthy lifestyle or individual health care is not about following a low-fat, high-protein diet and rigorous exercises. You have to maintain a balance between all the nutrients to ensure that your body gets all the essential elements in the appropriate amount. Research shows that a balanced diet plays a pivotal role in good health.

One of the most common myths regarding coffee is that more than one cup of coffee can become a health hazard. Recent studies and research shows that coffee is beneficial for health. It has antioxidants that regulate metabolism and also increase lifespan. These antioxidants also slow down aging, reduce the chances of Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, and diabetes type 2.

6. AVOID SMOKING AND ALCOHOLISM

Bad habits mean lousy health. If you are desperate to live a happy and healthy life, avoid smoking and alcoholism as much as you can. Smoking is not only injurious for the lungs, but it damages the entire transportation system. Nicotine, when entering the bloodstream, gets extremely difficult to eliminate, and all other organs are affected as blood transports other nutrients. Alcohol, on the other hand, severely damages the liver, which is a significant contributor to insulin secretion and digestion.

7. LOW CARBS AND MORE FAT CAN HELP TOO

LOW CARBS

Did you know that fats can help you lose weight and improve health? Carbs are the primary source of energy, and their breakdown requires much water. The result is also water production, which stays in your body. The retained water affects your health, and you gain much weight. On the contrary, fat breakdown does not require much water, and the body does not keep any water either. The stored fats in the body and you start losing weight, and overall health improves. In a nutshell, if you take more fats than carbs, you can bless your body with several benefits.

THE BOTTOM LINE

Health is a blessing, and you should take all the necessary measures to keep in good shape. Without health, it is impossible to maintain a good standard of living. Life is a roller coaster where you have to maintain a balance between work life and personal life. Disequilibrium may overwhelm you, which is not a healthy sign. If you wish to spend quality time with your friends and family, focus on your health before it gets too late. Quarantine must have motivated you for many things. Make sure fitness is your priority on this list.

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Dr Prem Jagyasi and Team (c)

Dr Prem is an award winning strategic leader, renowned author, publisher and highly acclaimed global speaker. Aside from publishing a bevy of life improvement guides, Dr Prem runs a network of 50 niche websites that attracts millions of readers across the globe. Thus far, Dr Prem has traveled to more than 40 countries, addressed numerous international conferences and offered his expert training and consultancy services to more than 150 international organizations. He also owns and leads a web services and technology business, supervised and managed by his eminent team. Dr Prem further takes great delight in travel photography.

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