If you’re feeling a bit stuck in a rut and looking for ways to improve your health, why not get some inspiration from our healthy habits guide. It’s free to download and could be the key to making those changes that you want to see. Here are a few tips to get you started…
Your bedroom should be a peaceful, tidy and tranquil space. Why? Because when you go in there to go to bed, you don’t want your mind to be stimulated by anything, including socks on the floor or makeup strewn across your dressing table. Keep everything tidy and put away, and invest in a lamp that will bath your room in low, soothing light so that you don’t need to switch that harsh overhead light on, which will confuse your circadian rhythm and make dropping off to sleep more difficult. Read more about the benefits of a good night’s sleep in our guide, here.
The truth about exercise
Recently, researchers have discovered something important about exercise that you may not have realised. Previously, we often thought of an exercise routine as an ‘all or nothing’ kind of thing. If we skipped the gym once, we’d undone all that good work, right? And that makes you feel pretty negative about getting back into exercise again. But researchers have proven that even a tiny bit of exercise is better than no exercise at all. You’ll still see benefits! You should still aim to exercise three times a week, and you can read more about it in our guide.
Variety is the spice of life
Getting a varied diet has been shown time and time again to be the easiest way to ensure you get all the nutrients you need. You can’t eat too much of one thing if you’re eating a huge variety of foods, right? Our guide has some great advice for how to make sure you’re getting the best, most balanced diet possible. Download the Healthy Habits Guide now.