Finding it hard to keep your eyes open? That could be because you didn’t get a very good night’s sleep last night. If you haven’t been sleeping too well lately, it’s probably because you haven’t been following the golden rules of sleep. Now sure what they are? Then read on!
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Looking after your health properly is never easy, no matter how busy you are. But when you have a job that pushes you to the limit and never seems to give you a moment’s rest, it can be really difficult. That doesn’t mean that you should simply let go and stop paying attention to your health, though. There are plenty of things you can do to look after your health, even if it feels like you have no spare time at all.
Some common New Year’s resolutions people make are to lose weight, cut down on alcohol and exercise more. However, in many cases, these are often decided on spontaneously, either due to overeating, pressure from friends or in a last minute panic at five minutes to midnight. If you’re looking to become body confident in 2017 there a few things you should keep in mind, check you’re making healthy choices and tell yourself you’re in it for the long haul by setting realistic goals.
We have all suffered at some point with a little stomach issue. Whether or not it is indigestion, or heartburn, it’s easy to get issues at some point with your digestive system. Your stomach goes through a lot. Our stomachs intake a lot of food, sometimes food that isn’t good for it and it can be hard to digest, which is where the problems begin. This can all be a contributory factor of not having a healthy lifestyle.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored conversation in partnership with Bulletproof Coffee and 3 Chicken Consulting. All opinions are my own.
Creating healthy habits has been one of my biggest focuses for 2016.
I’ve shared before that there are 3 main reasons I know I need to make health and wellness a priority:
- As an adoptee, I do not have access to my medical history which means I have no idea what types of preexisting conditions I may have.
Fact: Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women, responsbile for 1 in 3 deaths each year. Divas, that equates to approximately one of us each MINUTE.
It is vital for us to undertand heart disease, dispel myths and commit to healthy habits to help us live longer and stronger.
Among the many chronic conditions we know about today, heart disease – or cardiovascular disease – is the one surrounded by the most myths.
We all want to treat ourselves better, don’t we? If we don’t take time to look after ourselves, how can we expect anyone else to? Despite popular belief, it all falls on us. We alone are responsible for ourselves. Instead of finding that daunting, and feeling alone, embrace it. Why? Because if the power is on your shoulders, you don’t have to rely on anyone else to make change. All you need to do is take steps to improve your mood.