Increase Health, Don't Spend a Fortune.
A lot of people that I know want to increase their overall health, but don't want to spend their money on something that won't work. I get it, we've all bought into some worthless fad at some point in time. Although I'd still encourage you to spend money on something that will work for you, I understand that it may take some time to get to know exactly what this is. So today, I've written down 5 things that you can do today to increase the quality of your health and not spend a fortune in the process. 1. Take the stairs anytime that you can. This goes for walking anywhere too. Try not to get on the bus/tube for short rides and if you're driving to the shops, think about whether you could walk somewhere closer instead. 2. Try not to sit down for more than an hour at a time. Break up long periods of sitting with a trip to the toilet or to grab a glass of water. If you do have to sit down for more than an hour, can you sit on the floor and/or stretch in the process to keep your body mobile? 3. Drink more water. Water is so important for so many of the body's functions. Not only will it improve focus but it'll also increase energy helping you to be more active in your day-to-day. 4. Add more vegetables into your diet. Such a simple one that is easily forgotten. We should be aiming for 5-7 portions each day and aiming for a wide variety across the week. Vegetables contain a variety of vitamins as well as fiber, which are all essential for maintaining healthy functions throughout the body. 5. Spend 10-15 minutes with your thoughts, getting to know who you are and what you like each day. The more you get to know yourself, the happier and the more confident you'll be. It could be as simple as having a bath, cooking a meal you like and/or journalling/colouring in. Maintaining a high level of health has never been more important than it is right now. I hope these tips help you get started on a better path, but if you ever need anything, just send me an email at Beth@bethlavisfitness.com. Always here
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