A healthy body, strong immunity, slender body, calm mind- this is a portrait of people who take care of themselves. But sometimes you have to do not very pleasant things: limit your favorite fast food or go to the gym.
Step 1: Change your diet
Of course, there is no one-size-fits-all formula for proper nutrition. Because it is also important to consider your gender, age, pre-existing diseases, and heredity.
But definitely in the diet of a healthy person who takes care of himself, there should be no place for fast food, foods with preservatives, stabilizers, and other chemistry additions.
Of course, we all want something like this from time to time. But it is important to include more healthy foods in your diet: for example, vegetables.
According to psychologists and dietitians, people who eat vegetables every day have a lower risk of diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular disease, fewer vision problems, and eating disorders. Therefore, more often take an apple or vegetable salad to work.
In general, eat up to 500 grams of vegetables and fruits a day: because fiber is important not only for digestion but also for the beauty of the skin.
Step 2: Take care of your skin and relax the muscles
How often do you take care of your skin and body tired during the day? Of course, ideally, you should go regularly for a massage session to relieve fatigue, relax muscles, and relieve spasms and stiffness in the body.
And taking care of the face is actually easier than it seems: after all, every day we wash, and apply cream, and it is already like a facial massage.
So you can not only refresh your face but also lift your spirits. This massage will take you a few minutes and eventually become a habit. And it is important to get rid of domestic stress, learn to meditate, or find another way to relax.
Step 3: Important to relax the mind, not just the body
Loaded to the limit, hectic life, which is full of addictions, procrastination, and burnout at work is not about taking care of yourself. If you feel that your internal battery is low, then pay attention to how complete your rest is.
Usually, after a good rest and a good night’s sleep, fatigue passes, vigor returns, panic recedes, and the person feels refreshed again. But if the symptoms do not pass, then our body is already sending an SOS signal.
Here it is important to seek help and not just do something, but do it regularly and consciously. Do you know how to relax, how often do you meditate, go for walks, to the pool? Ask yourself these questions.
If it is difficult for you to start taking care of yourself, you can ask a person you trust, or a loved one, friend, girlfriend, mother, and so on. Ask someone close to you to give you a massage, find relaxing music, self-training for relaxation on YouTube, and try it together.
If you are not able to cope on your own, then seek the help of a specialist. For example, a psychotherapist, and a psychologist, signs up for yoga and go to a rehabilitator.
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