Habits that may be necessary to get rid of in the new year
December 27, 2016
Do you have any bad habits? I think it’s safe to say that regardless of who you are, there are always some bad habits that you would like to change. It is no secret that one of the best ways is to draw up some rules that would help you maintain a health lifestyle and avoid bad habits.
All of us are guilty of letting stress affect their lives. Instead of sensibly trying to assess the issue and try to solve it, we over eat food or lash out to others. By over eating, it has nothing to do with satisfying hunger, but rather emotionally filling the void that was created. Create a healthy relationship with food by educating yourself. Learn about how food interacts with your body, what healthy and harmful foods are, how many calories your body needs to sustain itself or how many calories your body needs to burn while working out to lose weight, creating a meal schedule.
We all know that overindulging with alcohol is harmful. According to a US study, alcohol can greatly negatively the body. Here is a short list of the problems that alcohol can cause:
1 Deterioration of coordination and neural connections
2 Arrhythmias, heart attacks, blood pressure
3 Fibrosis, cirrhosis, hepatitis
There are fast food restaurants almost every couple of blocks, and when you’re in one, it’s impossible to find healthy food. The food at fast food restaurants is not only harmful to your body but also addictive. It’s hard to completely eliminate junk food but try to reduce it to a minimum. Instead of drinking soda, drink water. Prepare homemade burgers or even a sandwich. Experiment with food to develop a healthy menu that you enjoy eating to curb your cravings for unhealthy food.
Be happy and healthy.
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