20

15 Tips To Improve Your Physical Health

​Your physical health influences your productivity, your lifestyle, your mental health, and your emotional wellness.

It’s so important that you maintain your physical health in order to enjoy your life fully.


1. Drink Water More Often

Your body is made up of water so, it should come as no surprise that you should drink plenty of it.

Luckily, it’s literally on tap and drinking it isn’t going to cost you a thing. By drinking more water, you will be less likely to drink sugary beverages which will save your physical health and your wallet.

2. Wash Your Hands

Germs are everywhere, and the majority of viruses spread through touch. Someone touches the doorknob, the tap, the flusher, and then you come along and touch them, too.

You don’t know who has been there before you and you follow up by eating, drinking or touching your face. Then, you are down for the count with a mysterious sickness.

You would be disturbed to find out just how many people exit the restroom without first washing their hands. Which means that you need to make up for it.

So, wash your hands after you go to the bathroom, after taking the trash out, and before you eat. You don’t need to obsess over it, just be sure to do so regularly

3. Go Out Walking

physical health walking

​It doesn't need to be after midnight, but a simple walk can burn calories. Just a 30-minute stroll can burn as many as 90 calories, so you improve your physical health.

4. Complete Chair Exercises

​Just because you work at a desk doesn’t mean you can’t make time to exercise.

Raise your leg and hold it out for a count of five and then the same with the other leg.

You can do this all day long if you want, and it will help boost your lower body strength from the comfort of your desk and obviously your physical health.

5. Take Time To Stretch

​Remember when you were a kid and you didn’t get out of bed until you’d had a good stretch?

Try to get that feeling back and run through some stretches before you step foot out of bed in the morning. You can also stretch at your desk.

6. Utilize Your Body

​Gyms are great, and it’s nice to have equipment at home, but you can exercise without all of that.

You can use your body to do effective exercises like push-ups, planks, sit-ups, and a whole range of other home exercises.

physical health exercise

7. Get A Flu Shot

​Make it your business to get a flu shot every single year. Sadly, many people die from influenza each other.

Even if you never experience such a violent strain, you lose work days, time, and physical health when you catch a bug.

8. Take Multivitamins

​Sadly, the majority of us aren’t getting enough of the vitamins and minerals that we need.

A healthy diet should provide us with the majority of what we need, but you can take a multivitamin to make up the difference.

drink for Physical Health

9. Work 10,000 Steps In Daily

​There’s a reason that 10,000 steps are the default for fitness trackers. So, get an app, grab a pedometer or invest in wearable technology. Push yourself to get 10,000 steps in daily.

10. Enjoy Chia Seeds

​Chia seeds are an excellent source of protein, but they can also reduce your blood pressure.

Thanks to their fiber content and omega 3 fatty acids, chia seeds will also help improve your digestion. They’re the perfect boost to a smoothie.

​11. Just Add Honey

​Local honey can help your physical health by protecting you against allergies, it can also help you regulate your blood sugar and fight against inflammation.

The benefit of honey doesn’t stop there, this flavonoid packed treat can also help protect you against cancer and heart disease.

Always buy raw honey – you can add it to your tea or drizzle it in Greek yogurt.

12. Don’t Forget The Sunscreen

Skin cancer is on the rise, and one of the reasons for this is that we’re chasing tans without protecting ourselves.

  • You should be applying sunscreen on a daily basis. It isn’t just for summer either. 
  • You should apply sunscreen before you head outside.

​13. Do Deadlifts

​In particular, Romanian ones. This exercise focuses on your back, hamstrings, and glutes .

This is really important because your lower back and hamstrings are the two areas of the body that are injured the most often.

So, by doing deadlifts, you are improving your overall strength and protecting your body from injury.

​14. Daily Brain Training

​Dementia is one of the leading causes of American deaths, and every year, more people are diagnosed.

It attacks your mental wellness, yes, but that also has an impact on your physical health. So, do both a favor by training your brain daily.

Choose activities that require hand-eye coordination, challenge your brain, and stimulate you.

You can play a video game, read a challenging book or just sit down to a puzzle (crossword or jigsaw).

​15. Exercise Your Loins

​Yes, we’re talking about sex. Intercourse twice a week can boost your immune system, plus it increases bonding with your partner.

Spread the World
  • […] Regular bowel movements can range anywhere from three times a day to three times per week. […]

  • […] might not be something that you are aware of, but we allow our past to cloud how we interpret the actions and words of […]

  • […] you suspect you have a food allergy, it is very important to see your doctor and learn all the necessary precautions that may very possibly save your […]

  • […] we often focus on problems. And we’ll take a look at three chronic digestive problems that can impact your life […]

  • […] a look at where you are right now and do a little bit more next week. If you walk an average of about 3,000 steps a day then next week you’re going to try to walk 4,000 […]

  • […] In a way, energy psychology is a subfield of psychology, with similarities and differences in study and practice. […]

  • […] having a constant understanding and mindfulness about your body’s energy, you can experience optimal wellness. […]

  • […] a parent, you want to do everything in your power to make sure your child doesn’t experience pain.  Most energy medicine is completely […]

  • […] been around for thousands of years, you may not know much about it.  Read on to learn some surprising facts about […]

  • […] any one part of the food pyramid will lead to nutritional deficiencies, so it's important that you find a balance in your […]

  • […] reason for this is that Craig found a variety of issues with TFT. For example, practitioners had to tap meridians in a specific sequence for different […]

  • […] addition to the lower body mass index that tends to come along with a vegetarian diet, eating a prominently vegetarian diet can […]

  • […] protein and fat. This makes the ketogenic diet a low-carb, high-fat (LCHF) diet. These are known to be effective in promoting fat burn within your body.Since your body won't have any carbs to default to, with […]

  • […] the idea behind a plant-based life is widely accepted. More research has surfaced that speak on the countless health benefits associated with giving up […]

  • […] ​Cold water is one of the most underrated dieting aids out there. Not only does it help suppress appetite, but it can actually allow you to burn calories. […]

  • […] Having a workout partner makes working out more fun, but it also means that someone else knows when you aren’t keeping up with your goals, which can be a big motivator in itself. […]

  • […] 5:2 Diet Method: Only two days out of the week, participants can eat between 500 and 600 calories for the day. This is a great method for those who want to get acquainted with intermittent fasting […]

  • […] Regardless of the severity, it is no fun having it. […]

  • […] already up and away from your desk or activity so, isn’t this the perfect time to swing by the sink and enjoy a glass of […]

  • […] ​Among of Kale nutrition facts: kale is the most nutritious and healthy plants in existence. […]

  • >
    %d bloggers like this: