Nothing could be more hurtful and atrocious when you are deeply insulted by one simple question, have you put on?! That was pun-intended! Still, you would not want to take it lightly. In fact, you would not like hearing it in the first place.
Well,…this can take away your night’s sleep and day’s peace and put you in a restless mode. It might as well affect your confidence that you carry at college, work, socials, parties, et cetera. This can have a significant impact on your thought process, of course negatively.
I am sure you would want to go through this and have a flurry of negative emotions. What I mean is prevention is better than cure! So follow these daily habits and save yourself some trouble.
Control your food cravings
No wonder it is very hard to have control over the food habits, when those insanely large pizzas and big burgers are available at your doorstep. Control your cravings! The sooner, the better.
It has been scientifically proven that a healthy diet reduces stress and boosts your mood. Studies also suggest that it helps in easing anxiety and fighting depression. Go for It! Cheers.
Research has proven that people who sleep less are more likely to develop psychiatric problems. It is a shocker! While, a good sleep gives the body time to recover from the day’s mental and physical workout. Also, it keeps you to stay focused throughout coming day.
Sleep deprivation can affect your productivity solidly. Many of you must have experienced that. So sleep timely and adequately.
Even I had planned to go out for the “early” morning walks. Here’s the hard part of it- execution. How often do we hear about such inconsistent exercises!
A glass of water followed by an early morning walk can jump-start your day. Blood circulation is well controlled by exercise and all the hormones start flowing in the right directions. That’s wow!
Routine health check-up
Work pressure, unhealthy food habits, sleep deprivation, stress or depression is enough to break your health down your mental and physical well-being. Timely check-up of the entire body will find problems before they start.
Lately, blood-related diseases have escalated to a great extent. Diabetes and high/low blood pressure are the prominent ones. Hence, the need to monitor blood pressure and check the blood for sugar levels has become mandatory.
You may not be good at it, but it shouldn’t stop you from socializing. You might as well find a chap, equally bad at it. You may have a long run with him/her.
Initiate conversations, smile, talk to strangers, go out with a good company, be accommodating and date. These are few of many things that are to be done to socialize. This will increase the overall self-esteem and self-confidence which will be clearly reflected in your routines.
Follow your passion
Your passion might not be the bread-winning job. That’s the case with most of us. There’s always a solution.
Make some time for the activities that you enjoy doing. It will tremendously increase your energy levels. Don’t underestimate the upsides of following this exercise.
Plan your day out
Waking up like a zombie every morning could be annoying. End it. Give yourself 10 minutes at the start of every morning. Plan your day out in that time.
Likewise, have a goal for the day. You may not achieve it every day, but you will have a purpose. These are the few elements that make up an effective day. Round them up and plan for a better tomorrow. I wish you Good Luck!!
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