Gain Self-Confidence and a Better Health – 7 Daily Habits

Gain Self-Confidence and a Better Health – 7 Daily Habits

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.

    Sleep adequately


      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.

      Get moving



        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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                10 Quick Easy Workouts To Lose Arm Fat At Home

                10 Quick Easy Workouts To Lose Arm Fat At Home

                Flabby arms are something a lot of us have to tend to. If you find yourself buying a sweater or cardigan to go with your tank top or usually opt for the long-sleeved dress, then you’re not alone. Usually a result of genes, general excess fat or just ageing, it seems difficult to lose arm fat. The fat in our arms accumulates mainly around the triceps – the muscles on the back of your upper arm – and are prone to getting flabby if not exercised regularly.

                What we eat can also play a part in the extent of the jiggle so eating a good, healthy balanced diet as well as keeping well hydrated can put you on the right track. Resistance exercises are the most effective way to blast that underarm fat as well as strengthen, shape and tone your muscles. You can always go down to the gym and work up a sweat but who has time for that? If you want a convenient and quick alternative then you can easily manage an effective routine in the comfort of your own home. All you need is a set of dumbbells and you can start toning up those bingo wings with these 10 easy workouts.

                1. Tricep dips


                  Works: Triceps

                  • Hands must be positioned shoulder width apart on a secured chair or bench.
                  • Position your bum in front of the bench with feet hip-width apart on the floor and legs bent.
                  • Straighten out your arms a little, keeping a slight bend from the elbow so to put more emphasis on the tricep and less stress on the elbow.
                  • Keeping your back close to the bench, slowly lower your body so that your arms are at a 90-degree angle.
                  • Once in this position slowly push off your hands back to the starting position.
                  • Do 10-15 reps.

                  2. Bicep curls



                    Works: Biceps and shoulders

                    • Start off with your feet hip-distance apart, holding one dumbbell in each hand with your palms facing out.
                    • Starting with your left arm, bend your elbow to slowly bring the weight up to your shoulder holding the position for 5 seconds.
                    • Slowly release the elbow and straighten your arm back down to the starting position.
                    • Repeat the moves on the right side.
                    • Complete 3 sets of 10-15 reps for each arm.

                    3. Push ups


                      Works: Triceps and Deltoids

                      • Lying face down, place your hands on the floor roughly shoulder-width apart.
                      • Tuck your toes under and gently lift your body up, pushing through your hands and making sure not to lock your elbows.
                      • Slowly bend your elbows bringing your face roughly 2-3 inches from the ground.
                      • Slowly push back up through your arms. If this is difficult then do the same move but keeping your knees on the floor.
                      • Repeat 10-15 times.

                      4. Tricep Kickbacks


                        Works: Triceps


                        • Place a weight in each hand and kneel down onto the floor with your toes tucked under.
                        • Bend your upper body forward from the hips up and bend your elbows to a 90-degree angle.
                        • Extend both your arms backwards while your palms are facing each other.
                        • Feel the tension in the triceps and return to the starting position.
                        • Do 3 sets of 8-10 reps.

                        5. Plank


                          Works: Chest, Shoulders, Biceps and Core

                          • Start face-down on the floor, resting on your forearms and knees.
                          • Step your feet out so that they are slightly apart and come into the plank position.
                          • Make sure your body is straight, parallel to the floor and your bum is tucked in.
                          • Pull your abs in and hold the position for as long as you can. Try to aim for 20-30 seconds and build up to a minute.
                          • Repeat 3 times.

                          6. Tricep Extensions


                            Works: Triceps

                            • Stand on a mat with your feet hip-width apart.
                            • Hold one dumbbell with both hands behind your head, bending the elbows.
                            • Bring the weight towards the ceiling, straightening your arms above your head.
                            • Lower back to starting position.
                            • Complete 2-3 sets of 10-15 reps.

                            7. Lateral Arm Raises



                              Works: Deltoids

                              • Stand with feel hip-width apart. With arms down the side of your body, hold a dumbbell in each hand with palms facing in.
                              • Starting with your left side, inhale and slowly raise your arm so that it’s parallel to the floor. Make sure not to lock your elbow by keeping a slight bend.
                              • Make sure your arm is straight and palm is facing the floor.
                              • Exhale and slowly bring your arm back down to your side.
                              • Repeat on the right side.
                              • Do 10-15 reps on each side and two sets.

                              8. Overhead Press


                                Works: Shoulders

                                • Stand up, lining your feet with your hips and hold a dumbbell in each hand with palms facing out.
                                • Bring the weights to your shoulders.
                                • Keep your core muscles tight and straighten your arms above you.
                                • Slowly bring your arms back down to your shoulders.
                                • Do 3 sets of 10-15 reps.

                                9. Bent Over Row


                                  Works: Triceps and Biceps 


                                  • Place your feet shoulder-width apart.
                                  • Bend your knees and and then bend your upper body forward from the hips making sure you keep your back nice and straight.
                                  • Make sure your hands are straight and placed under your shoulders.
                                  • Bend the elbows back while lifting your arms towards the sides of your chest, pulling your shoulder blades towards each other.
                                  • Slowly lower the weights in a controlled movement and feel the tension at your triceps.
                                  • Repeat 10-15 times.

                                  10. Skull Crushers


                                    Works: Triceps

                                    • While holding a dumbbell in each hand, lie on your back with your knees bent.
                                    • Slowly raise your arms so they are above your chest, making sure your elbows are straight but not locked.
                                    • Slowly lower both arms toward your head, bending your elbows to 90 degrees as the dumbbells reach the mat. Aim to lower your weights so they are on either side of your head  with elbows bent and pressing in toward your head (being careful not to hit yourself in the face).
                                    • Lift your arms back to starting position.
                                    • Complete 2 or 3 sets, 10-15 reps each.

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