A Healthier You This Autumn

If someone questions you about how healthy you are, can you give him or her the right answer? The truth is probably not with the reason being you are not sure if you are healthy on the inside. You may be healthy on the outside, but what about your inner body? Can you reallybe confident that you are both healthy on the outside and inside? However, whilst your body is not built to perfection, it can be managed for whatever lifestyle you may have for now.

Are you willing to do whatever it takes to become healthier? No matter what your age or profession is right now, you need to stay as healthy as you possibly can.  But this is often not the case. Here’s the reality check on why people are not valuing their health right now:

Reality Check #1: We do not invest in our health

It is ultimately our choice whether to become healthier or not.  And this effects whether we live longer or shorter lives. But modern life has many reasons why we  don’t invest in our health, with our monetary priorities focused on mortgages, bills, food, education and many other things. In other words, we have to to spend and invest on things other than ourselves. Yet we are only given one chance to live.

There are health checks that you certainly should not ignore. This often cost more time than money. Smear tests, breast checks, and, for men, prostrate tests should certainly not be missed. Any concerns we have about our sight or our hearing should be acted on immediately, these may be minor issues, needing a stronger prescription glasses or the need for ear wax removal from a clinic like Auris Ear Care, but may also point to something more serious, so should definitely not be ignored in the hope they will go away.

Reality Check #2: Prevention is expensive

People have limited financial capabilities when it comes to prevention. Instead of spending on prevention, we tend to spend on synthetic medication once we develop illnesses and conditions. But if you can’t afford prevention, can you really afford illness?

Reality Check #3: Too Many working hours for a quality lifestyle

In this era, people try to ignore health concerns for as long as they can. Long hours spent working per day, which can include overtime, working through lunches, and taking work home to burn the midnight oil, does not give the body a quality life. As a result, people are getting stressed and this can lead to cell degenerating, which, in turn can lead to you being prone to certain degenerative disease later on.

 

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Step #1: Get rid of processed foods in your refrigerator and kitchen

The first step that you have to do in terms of getting healthy is getting rid or eliminating the bad food clutter. In other words, you need to throw away processed foods that contribute to damaging your cells.

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Step #2:Take a Good look at your body

A new season is always a good time to take a look at our bodies, and if you have had a Summer of over-indulgence, you may feel you want to shift a few pounds. Eating more healthily and making sure you have some exercise every day will certainly start to make a difference, but sometimes these things alone are not enough. but the sort of treatment offered by Hypoxi Knightsbridge can help you to shift stubborn fat.

Hypoxi regimes and Hypoxi machines are designed to target specific areas of the body where you might be struggling to lose weight, like the stomach or thigh areas. It is recommended to book sessions in blocks of 12, so you give the regime time to really make a difference, and you can actually book a free consultation in order to find out more.

Step #3: Drink water everyday

Water is the healthiest liquid that you will ever drink. Instead of drinking carbonated soda, energy drinks and coffee, you can replace them with mineral or purified water. Water cleanses your cells from toxicity and can contribute to fat or weight loss. Try to drink between eight to ten glasses a day, and remember, some times when we feel hungry, we are actually thirsty and just need a drink.

Step #4: Better sleep quality

Finally, it is important that your body has quality sleep.  A good night’s sleep is around eight hours a night. Oversleeping regularly is not healthy and can lead to weight gain, as well as a loss of  productive hours. But a lack of sleep means your cells are not well-rested and given time to repair.

Follow these steps  for a better you?

Once you  follow these steps to a healthier you, there is no doubt that you feel the benefits in the long term. Being healthier should lead to a happier, more contented person, and this can only be a good thing.

9 thoughts on “A Healthier You This Autumn

  1. These are really great tips! I am trying to drink more water each day and have more sleep! I’ve also been walking a lot more recently, I really enjoy walking. Those three things alone improve on my health and mood SO much I can’t even tell you! I think supplements is also a good idea! xx

  2. Many times we need to have a reality check, and your points are spot on. We tend to not worry about prevention and it’s something we should consciously start taking that on.

  3. Really interesting post and some tips I will take on board! I have recently found out I have a b12 deficiency so have been trying really hard to be more careful with what I eat!

  4. Lovely post. I exercise and I walk the dog twice each day, I eat as healthy as I can (while baking along the bake off).

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