Health is a human right. If the Covid-19 pandemic in the past two years has brought any benefits, it must have allowed us to prioritize physical and mental health in an unprecedented way.From paying attention to our diet to cooking our own meals during the lockdown, to taking time out to exercise as the world slows down, our health is our primary concern. As 2021 comes to an end, now is a good time to look back and look back. Timing welcomes the New Year of 2022 with a positive and hopeful mood, while continuing to pursue better physical and mental health.
Dr. Jennifer Prabhu, Doctor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, gave a detailed introduction to 5 fitness secrets that will make you healthier in 2022.If you are looking for some simple fitness tips to help you achieve those seemingly elusive and lasting health effects, check out these simple tips on diet, exercise, sleep and more.
Don’t underestimate the power of plants as preventive drugs.There are so many seemingly harmless fruits, vegetables, nuts, grains and legumes, they contain quite a lot of nutrients that enhance immunity.
Is there a better way to start the new year than boosting the immune system?To give a few examples-for the stimulation of natural vitamin C and E, make sure you pile on palak (and other green leafy vegetables such as meti, sarson ka saag, laal bhaji) and bring back broccoli (and gobi and cabbage) Family.
Use zinc to eliminate these viruses-found in all mushrooms, nuts, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds (til), and of course lentils and beans.Like more vitamin D to reduce inflammation-found in most fortified cereals and all plant milks (soy, almond, oats, rice).
Many people don’t realize that what you put in your mouth will eventually affect other parts of your body, not just your digestive system.If you suffer from knee pain, acne, or headaches (to name a few), this may just be the result of your diet.
Unfortunately, one of the foods most likely to cause inflammation is actually milk and dairy products (dahi, butter, cheese, cheese, and yes, even ghee).Instead of giving up all dairy products, try dairy-free products 1-2 days a week and pay attention to how your body feels the next day.
Over time, you will feel more relaxed, more energetic, and pain will decrease.It has been proven that every time people avoid dairy products, something positive happens to their body.
Nowadays, avoiding dairy products is not difficult.Fortunately, there are plenty of plant-based dairy alternatives that can help when cravings strike.
You don’t have to join an upscale gym to get all the incredible benefits of cardiovascular exercise.For example, did you know that 30-45 minutes of heart pumping activity every three days a week has twice the impact on heart disease?
An increased heart rate means more blood and oxygen for all your vital organs, including the brain (better mood and concentration), intestines (reduced bloating and acidity), and skin (reduced oil and acne).A simple rule of thumb to ensure that you are doing “moderate” exercise is whether you can have a complete conversation (without feeling breathless) while exercising.
If you can, you need to work harder!Just walk fast-no need to run a marathon.If you can’t go out, there are plenty of free videos to choose from on the Internet, suitable for all ages and skill levels.
Another simple lifestyle change that can have a huge impact is trying to improve the quality and duration of your sleep.Insufficient sleep is related to depression and anxiety, obesity, high blood pressure, and even higher risk of infection (ie suppressed immunity).
In the new year, set a goal to improve your “sleep hygiene” and notice that many aspects of your life have surprisingly positive effects.How to achieve this goal?If you shift your exercise to night or night, your sleep may be longer and deeper.Even if you only do it 1-2 days a week.
Turn off your “device” at least an hour before going to bed.Choose a good book, some soothing music, take a hot bath, or even better-meditation!There are also some safe, non-habit forming natural supplements that can help you retrain your body and make your sleep more effective.
Melatonin, Ashwagandha and L-theanine have been proven to have these benefits in many clinical trials.Of course, before starting any supplements, be sure to consult your doctor.
This may seem silly, but learning a new skill, developing a new hobby, or even just setting a different long-term goal (at home, at work, or with family) can start to have a snowball effect of positive change.Create a goal and move towards it.Having something to look forward to and proud of is a huge emotional booster.
In fact, many studies have found that people who have no hobbies are more likely to suffer from emotional disorders (anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, hyperactivity, etc.) during their lifetime.Having something to do will make people feel positive.
Another significant benefit of hobbies is to find like-minded people and share your passion.Building your circle of friends and community support is as important as healthy eating and exercise.So, try something new and different this year-you never know where it will take you!
Post time: Jan-05-2022