But it can be hard to find the time and motivation when we are so busy with work, family, and other responsibilities. There are many things that you can do to look after yourself. It is not always easy, but it is worth it.
It's important to take time for yourself and spend some time relaxing. It may sound like a cliché but it's true! You can do this by taking a walk or doing some pilates, or even just sitting down and reading a book.
If you are feeling stressed, make sure that you take the time to wind down before bed. This will help you sleep better and feel more refreshed in the morning.
Meet friends and family: It's important to have people in your life who will remind you that you're not just a robot or a machine. Spending time with friends and family will do wonders for your mental health. It's also important to remember that as much as they love you, they can't always be there for you every day of the week. So make sure to take care of yourself so that when they aren't around, you'll still be able to function at your best!
Sleep enough: We all know that sleep is important for our health and well-being. But we often don’t get enough of it because of the busy lives we lead. We might be tempted to drink alcohol or take drugs to help us relax, but these things only make matters worse in the long term.
Reduce alcohol: It can be tempting to drink alcohol when we are feeling stressed or unhappy, but this can lead to a number of problems such as weight gain and dependency on alcohol. And if you drink too much alcohol too often, your liver and brain will start to suffer from the effects too.
Read: When you are reading, you are also learning. Reading can be a great way to learn about new things and develop your knowledge. Reading is a great way to relax and unwind at the end of the day. It can help you to switch off from all the stress of work and enjoy some time for yourself. It will give you time to think, reflect and get in touch with your inner self.
Laugh whenever you can: It is important to laugh a lot. Laughing releases endorphins, which make you feel happy and less stressed. Laughing also helps you breathe better and improves your mood. Laughter is the best medicine!
Eat healthy: No surprise that a healthy and balanced diet makes a big difference in you wellbeing. Fresh is always best, reduce sugar and additives, go organic where possible and limit meat. And on top - use some natural dietary supplements.
I hope this gives you some inspiration to keep improving your health and wellbeing - continue changing 1% and overall you will see big changes happening.