Year 2014 is about to end, which was healthy and prosperous for most of us. And this is the time when we have to make a list of things to achieve in 2015. Resolutions are good, but too many and unrealistic resolutions for the year can really disappoint us. So try adopting some easy and healthy living practices for a fabulous 2015.
These habits will not only make you feel good about yourself but will also encourage others to follow you. Following are the list of healthy practice that can be adopted by all age groups in the coming year.
7 healthy practices to adopt for a Fab 2015!
Sleep Early and Get Up Early – Sleep is the most important element for good health. 8 hours of sleep a day will restore your body, improve your mood and boost up skin’s texture. So commit yourself you sleeping early in night and waking up early in the morning. By getting up early you will have time to work out, yoga and enjoy morning breeze.
Drink Plenty of Water – Drinking 8 to 10 glasses of water a day will keep toxins and digestion issues at bay. Taking warm water with lemon and honey before starting your day will keep you young and beautiful.
Commit to Good Diet – A balancedÂ diet ultimately results in longer living. Make sure to cut back on high calories foods (fried and sugary) and turn your diet towards green vegetables and seasonal fruits. Consume food that are rich in Vitamins, Proteins and Nutrition.
Practice Yoga – We all know yoga is a process to relax our body, mind and soul, so why not practice it? Yes, incorporating yoga in your daily routine will promote good health and detox your body.
Stretch and Walk – Be it walking with your dog or joining a gym stretching and walking will always help you feel younger.
Skin Care Regime is Must – Never miss out on your daily skin care regime which will keep your skin youthful and healthy. Along with skin you must plan a daily regime for body and hair.
Go Green – Green tea and green vegetables will fill you with energy and radiance. Take a vegetable juice when you are hungry before or after meal time.