Working at a 9-5 job 5 to 6 days a week definitely takes up majority of the time and after a long tiring day, it becomes fairly difficult to keep track of your health, which is why we have decided to write a blog post focusing on health since its Health Day today and you should give some time to yourself as well. Here are some simple tips:
Often at times we are all very busy in our routine lives, so busy that we sometimes even forget to drink water during our office hours because of that one thing, or that one signature. Your body is dependent on water to ensure that it performs all its functions, after all your body is mostly water, isn’t it? So here is a simple trick, keep a bottle of water handy at all times, especially on your office desk to make sure that you don’t dehydrate yourself.
Junk Food is your enemy. You do not want to pile up on empty carbohydrates by eating junk food continuously. These might solve your cravings but the outcome will be very hazardous, so its best to avoid junk food as much as you can. Now, we know that its probably not easy to leave out pizzas from your diet, but at least you can start-off by restricting yourself to a few meals a month (or less).
We all carried away at times and hardly even remember what we ate yesterday, which is why it is important to keep track of what you eat. Yes, its absolutely impossible to keep a journal of what you ate, so why not start using technology for this? There are a lot of mobile apps like Noom Coach etc. that help you in keeping a log of what you eat and tell you how healthy it is or isn’t. You can also look at the calories that each food item has. Now, we know what you might be thinking, will this app have the calories for Shami Kebab or Biryani? Well, it turns out that it does, along with a huge range of food items that you can track. Keeping track allows you to make sure that you don’t overeat and control your intake.
Take a walk every evening, probably in a park or even in your locality. On average, an individual should target somewhere around 10,000 steps per day to ensure a healthy lifestyle. Plus, walking can help in reducing stress and strengthen your heart.