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Staying on top of your health can be tough, especially when life gets busy. But what if there were easy things — or “hacks” — you could do to step up your health and wellness game?
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Pushups are a fitness staple — requiring no equipment, they can be done anywhere and easily modified. Undoubtedly, pushups are good for your arm and shoulder muscles but have you considered the possible long term impact on your heart health?
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Your health stack is everything involved in your health and wellness journey. Activity trackers, meal prepping kits, exercise routines and meditation apps are all parts of a stack. Have you considered what’s part of yours?
Laughter may not always be the best medicine, but it can help. Laughter can help relieve stress and tension, benefit your immune system, uplift your mood and even relieve physical pain.
Source: Mayo Clinic
There’s a reason universities have de-stress puppy playtime events and major airports have introduced ambassador dog programs — interacting with pets lowers our cortisol (stress hormone) levels and blood pressure while boosting our mood!
Source: News in Health
Learning how to do something new can produce powerful feelings of growth, confidence and accomplishment. Plus, you’ll gain a new skill!
Cold water is a popular solution for cooling down after a workout since it helps muscle recovery by increasing circulation and reducing inflammation. But taking a cold shower can also be a quick way to wake up, calm down and, according to some research, strengthen your immune system.
Sources: NCBI, PubMed, NCBI
Meditation is a popular and proven method of supporting your mental well-being by reducing stress, improving focus and clearing your mind. Meditation comes in many forms and is flexible about fitting into your schedule; start by adding a 10-minute meditation session to your daily routine. For more meditation support, try downloading a guided meditation app.
It’s important to remember the value of spending time outside, whether that means going for a walk in your neighborhood or embarking on an adventure in the mountains. Studies have found that spending time in nature can lower stress, boost your mood and refresh your brain. So find green spaces near you and add visits to your routine.
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Having a friend join you at the gym not only makes it more fun but it may boost your motivation through encouragement (and possibly some friendly-competition). You’re also more likely to stick to your fitness routine if someone is expecting you to show up.
Aim for at least eight glasses of water a day. Investing in a nice reusable water bottle to keep with you throughout the day can be a good reminder (and it’s environmentally friendly too). If you still forget to drink enough water, there are apps available that track your water intake and send hydration reminders.
Music can increase your performance when you exercise by boosting your focus, endurance and power.
Sleep is part of everyone’s night or day (at least it should be). So why not make the most of it?
Sources: Cleveland Clinic, CDC, Sleep Foundation, Cleveland Clinic
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