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HEALTH TIPS

A beautiful life becomes possible when your mind and body remain healthy.
Here are a few tips to take care of your health.

  • Stay safe, wash your hands
    The simple act of washing your hands prevents the spread of bacteria and viruses.
  • Healthy teeth keep you smiling
    Brushing your teeth regularly prevents accumulation of bacteria that cause tooth decay and gum diseases.
  • Sleep well to live well
    An average of 8 hours of sleep leaves you feeling refreshed, decreases the risk of heart conditions, helps boost your immune system and even strengthens your memory.
  • Breathe in, breathe out
    Meditation reduces stress, improves concentration, improves your metabolism and helps you feel more joyful.
  • A glass of water carries the gift of life
    Make sure to stay hydrated throughout the day. Water helps with kidney function, bowel movement, maintenance of body fluids, and also keeps your skin healthy.
  • Women , do not ignore leg pain
    As a working woman or housewife, do not ignore excessive pain in your legs. It could be a symptom of peripheral artery diseases (PAD) that are caused by blockages in the blood vessels.
  • Safeguard their future, vaccinate your children
    Vaccines can save your child’s life. Consult your doctor to get a proper vaccination schedule for your children as per their age, health and available vaccines.
  • Eat less salt
    Packed food such as chips are high in sodium. Cutting down on your salt intake will help you regulate your blood pressure, aid in weight loss and minimise the risk of a heart disease.
  • Don't skip breakfast
    Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. If you skip breakfast, you are more likely to overeat other meals to keep your energy levels up.
  • Eat lots of fruits and vegetables
    Eating seasonal fruits and vegetables is the best way to keep your weight in check. They are the best source of high fibre and keep digestion problems away.
  • Laughter is the best medicine. Laugh a lot
    Feeling low? Stand in front of the mirror and practice smiling. It will take the wrinkles off your face, and the stress away from your mind.
  • Snack healthy to stay healthy
    Always try to consume seasonal fruits or healthier snacks such as soaked almonds and other dry fruits to keep odd-hour hunger pangs at bay.
  • Start the day with one glass of warm water
    Drinking a glass of warm water first thing in the morning will help in flushing out toxins from your body, leaving you fresh and healthy.
  • Consume a healthy breakfast within the first hour of waking up
    Ensure your breakfast options are healthy as they are the first meal of the day. Having your breakfast within the first hour of waking up will suppress bad cravings later in the day and prevent overeating.
  • Devote some time to morning exercise routine
    Morning is the best time to exercise. Even simple stretching routine will result in a flexible and fitter body.
  • Don't skip any nutrient group throughout the day
    A well-balanced diet consumed everyday will help you achieve your health goals faster.
  • Avoid eating late at night
    Odd-hour hunger pangs can get untameable. Eating late in the night means your body will not be able to process it properly, which in turn means what you eat gets stored as fat. Identify what triggers late night hunger and plan your daily routine to get rid of this habit.