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Five Healthy Choices You Need To Make Today

“To enjoy good health, to bring true happiness to one’s family, to bring peace to all, one must first discipline and control one’s mind. If a man can control his mind, he can find the way to enlightenment, and all the wisdom and virtue will naturally come to him.”
– Buddha

The popular saying, Health is Wealth, has become a cliché to many as they fail to realise the wealth of knowledge in that term. The healthy choices you make can save you from a lot of poor health conditions in the long run. This, in turn, saves you a lot of unnecessary costs.

Health issues from stress, obesity or high blood pressure are sometimes not considered problematic until they worsen. The best way to prevent yourself from getting to a point where you regret is to change your lifestyle and make healthy choices.

You may have started a healthy lifestyle process at some point in your life but were unable to stay committed. Or maybe you don’t know where to start from. Don’t worry. The place to start or restart from is here, and the time is now. Your lifestyle determines the way you’d live the rest of your life: in good health or with many health problems.

Five Healthy Choices You Need To Make Today

Rather than end up in the latter, you should make the choice now to live healthier, and it begins from these five simple healthy choices that you can make today:

1. Drink water like your life depends on it

Truthfully, your life does depend on it. However, some people have a way of drinking water like it’s apple cider vinegar. Although apple cider vinegar has several health benefits, it’s not what you’d want to drink a glass of, at least every hour. This is exactly how you should drink water. If an hour is too much for you, you can stick to at least a glass in the morning, one at noon and a glass of water at night, Begin with that and then become a water addict and thank us later. You can also add flavour to your water with fresh fruits, cucumber or something spicy to help you drink enjoyably if you find the taste of water bland.

2. Work those muscles

You don’t need to register at a gym to get your muscles working. Simply find a workout routine that works for you. It could be skipping, dancing, walking or cycling. Whatever suits you is definitely what you’d still be doing 60 years later. You need to enjoy what you do to continue doing it, and you shouldn’t force yourself into a workout routine you don’t like. If you haven’t discovered what workout routine works for you, you should try them and you just might end up with a workout routine that involves you wiggling and whining.

3. Quit your bad habits

Now you’re about to stop reading and move on because you just can’t imagine why this ‘know-it-all’ would want to tell you what to do. But with the risk of what might happen if you don’t quit, reading this is worth it. The bad habits that are certainly a no brainer when it comes to identifying them are:

  • Eating late at night
  • Smoking
  • Drinking too much caffeine
  • Drinking excessively
  • Sleeping too much

What’s yours?

4. Regular checkups

You can’t ignore your health or wait for a symptom to show up before you decide to visit the hospital. You should visit a doctor for a regular checkup to just ensure you’re healthy. You should also get yourself a nutritionist if you can afford one; if you can’t, there are a lot of helplines online. You can read about the best ways to start living healthier and even find out what to eat. Your health is wealth, remember that. So save yourself future health problems by taking simple healthy measures like having regular affordable checkups at a hospital or clinic close to you.

5. Love yourself

Your mental health is as important as your physical health so should not be neglected. Your worth is the greatest wealth of all. Therefore you should build your self-confidence from the inside-out. Read self-help books, listen to positive messages, recite motivational words, and most especially, believe in yourself. You need to love yourself to treat yourself right, remember that.

Sarah Ifidon

Sarah is a creative writer who writes content about the craziest thing like 'how farting helps you sleep', to thought provoking topics like, 'depression and suicide'. She is currently a lifestyle content writer at Plat4om. Her topics of interest gravitate around relationships, health and fashion tips. She is a professional model, full time writer, an ex-beauty queen, and a wattpad author. Enjoy the words of these versatile writer and don't be too shy to reach out.

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