It is believed that reading paper (this is worth emphasizing) sources helps to cope with depression and improve communication skills. It is also worth noting that for a positive effect, you need to read texts that are pleasant to you, so highly social and political newspapers and magazines are most likely not suitable. But classic literature or a fresh issue of Marie Claire is quite.
Nutritionists, as one say, that excess weight is often associated not so much with the fact that people eat a lot, but with the fact that they eat quickly, while chewing food poorly. Those who eat too fast have been shown to be prone to overeating. This happens due to the fact that the body does not have time to understand that it has been fed, and the signal of saturation comes too late.
Meditate in silence
Doctors have long said that meditation is useful not only for yogis and adherents of oriental practices, but even for the most ordinary office workers. A study from Harvard University proves that 30-minute daily meditation is guaranteed to reduce the likelihood of developing stress, increase emotional state and positively affect not only psychological, but also physical health of a person.
Remember the hardware
Iron plays an important role in maintaining the normal functioning of the body. Fatigue, loss of appetite, difficulty concentrating are just some of the problems faced by a person with iron deficiency in the body. In addition, iron promotes a stable metabolism and carries oxygen from the lungs to the cells, so iron deficiency can also contribute to weight gain.
Turn off your phone
Yes, we know that the advice is not the newest and most original, but it is perhaps one of the main ones. Smartphones are not exactly dangerous, but extremely controversial. Regular, continuous use of them can lead to such consequences as increased eye pressure, muscle cramps, stress, as well as the development of pain in the neck and shoulders and migraines due to frequent tilting of the head down.
Walk 21 minutes a day
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has determined that a person between the ages of 18 and 34 needs at least 150 minutes of aerobic exercise per week to stay healthy. If you cannot spend two and a half hours at a time on sports, then divide this time equally for each day of the week. It turns out 21 minutes a day. Agree that you can spend so much time walking on a wave.
Don’t sit at home
Or rather, spend more time outdoors. This advice will be especially relevant now with the onset of winter, when we keep walking to a minimum due to bad weather and unwillingness to face the harsh and slushy reality. As you know, a person needs vitamin D, and it can only be produced in the air. In addition, if the walks are surrounded by wild (or at least park) nature, you will be guaranteed bonuses such as improving various brain functions and, drum roll, stress relief.