Ways to stay healthy during the holiday season
Holidays are intended for us to commemorate an important event that may be related to cultural and religious activities.
And it’s also the days that most of us are off to school, work, or businesses. Spending quality time and doing fun activities with our loved ones are some of the things that we can do while at home. It’s also a time to gather with our friends and relatives to catch up with each other. We usually spend it on activities like cooking, eating, going somewhere, and doing fun activities together.
But, though these days can bring countless joys and fun, we also need to watch out for our health and wellness.
Below are some ways for you to stay healthy during holidays:
- Consider boosting your immunity with vitamins and minerals to protect you from catching illnesses.
- Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated.
- Do your hygiene, such as bathing, handwashing, and using clean clothes.
- Be active, spend a few minutes exercising to stay fit and healthy.
- Avoid stress, choose to be happy, and enjoy whatever activities you do.
- Choose to prepare and cook healthy meals.
- Don’t skip meals.
- Eat fiber-rich foods to control fats and blood sugar build-ups.
- Be mindful of what you eat. During a get-together, we often prepare or see too many foods at the table. It’s very tempting! But remember to just eat the right amount of food at a time.
- Delegate responsibility, avoid doing all the tasks if you can ask someone to help you. You might find yourself tired up to the point that it’s already ruining your immune system.
- Watch out for your emotional well-being, too. Manage your expectations, or don’t expect too much. Holidays bring so much fun to many of us, and it sometimes brings high expectations. Sporadically, there are a few people out there who are experiencing loneliness because they can’t get along with their loved ones. If you are one of those, please don’t feel bad. You can still enjoy many things around that could make you happy!
- Get enough sleep after a long and tiring day.
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MJMCM, RN, MANc