I understand that we never think about our health until we fall ill. But it has to change in 2023. We should be very proactive about our health. And that means we must ensure we preempt every chance of getting ill.

In this new year, just as you have made some desire to increase your savings, increase your academic records, and improve your leadership skills we have to cultivate the desire to improve our health.

Here are a few ideas for New Year’s resolutions related to your health:

Eat a healthier diet: This can involve adding more fruits and vegetables to your meals, choosing whole grains instead of refined grains, and cutting back on processed or canned foods.

Exercise regularly: Aim to get at least 2 hours of moderate intensity exercise or 1 hour of vigorous intensity exercise per week. You can engage in activities like walking, running, swimming, or cycling.

Get enough sleep: Aim for 7-9 hours of sleep per night to help your body and mind rest and repair.

Drink more water: Aim to drink at least 8 cups of water per day to stay hydrated and support overall health. You can immediately buy a water bottle to ensure you meet this resolution. This will help you stay committed.

Quit smoking: If you smoke, consider making a plan to quit in the New Year. Quitting smoking has numerous health benefits, including reducing the chance of a heart disease and cancer.

Practice stress management: Find good ways you can manage your stress, some of these include exercise, meditation, or talking to a therapist.

Get regular check-ups: Make sure to schedule regular check-ups with your healthcare provider to stay on top of your health and catch any potential issues early on.

Eat dinner early: This can be very challenging, especially since most jobs will only be closed from 6 pm. That is already late. Dinner is best consumed from 4 pm to 7 pm. You can resolve to take your dinner as early as possible. This way, you don’t accumulate unnecessary bodily fat that can affect your body functions later.

Remember that it’s important to be realistic and choose resolutions that are achievable for you. It’s also a good idea to track your progress and make adjustments as needed.

So, here we are. Choose from this list and start right away!

Happy New Year and have a healthy year ahead.

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