Remember these things for a better life

Remember these things for a better life

Humans are wired for growth and we have an insatiable need to believe that we are improving our lives with each turning of the calendar. The most important habits are keystone habits; habits which have positive cascading effects throughout your life.Learning how to live a healthy life is not all about the food. So many other factors in your life affect your weight and your relationship with food, so it’s important to make changes in and focus on all aspects of your life. Life can be a beautiful journey, a crazy ride, a big adventure.But it can also be a living nightmare, a constant struggle, a hard teacher.It’s all up to you. In each moment, you choose which side of it to embrace and that affects your mind, body and soul, your present and your future, the person you become, as well as other people in your life. So here are some of the choices you need to make in order to see this world for the wonderful place it is — full of opportunities, kindness and love.
1) Stop spending more on material goods than on experiences.
Sure, it’s great to feel pretty, handsome. There are two great methods for developing more self-love. First, tell yourself out loud that you love yourself. A single compliment on your looks can make your whole day. Track how often you are telling this to yourself. Is it happening every day? Every week? When you want something enough, you’ll figure out how to prioritize it than the other negative things.

2) Sleep Deep
When we sleep well we’re more energetic, make healthier food choices and are less likely to become obese.

3) Sweat Often
When you exercise, you release endorphins, which make you feel good and motivate you to eat well. Set a realistic goal you can be super consistent with.

4) Meditate
More and more research is pointing to the benefits of meditation. In the future, meditation will be so prevalent and accepted, it will be as natural as showering or brushing our teeth. Do this task you’re least looking forward to at the beginning of every day. Until you get that one big thing done, it’ll be nagging at the back of your mind all day. Get it done, and you’ll feel better for the rest of the day.

5) Drink enough water
Drink at least 8 glasses of water every day. Most people are chronically dehydrated. Our bodies are up to 70% water! Being dehydrated can zap energy levels, slow down your metabolism, and make you feel hungry.

Sanket Ramesh Prasade

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