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    13 Habits That Are Sure To Keep You Super-Healthy

    13 Habits That Are Sure To Keep You Super-Healthy

    In today’s fast-paced life, if you are not fit, you will not survive. And it’s not just about being physically fit – in a competitive world, you must also be mentally agile and emotionally robust. Your body, heart, and mind need to be in harmony all the time, so that you can overcome every obstacle in life and live better. To be honest, it takes just 13 simple habits to make or break your health. 

    That’s why here’s a list of 13 super easy habits to follow and live a life that you always dreamt of. You are just a scroll away from taking the first step towards the life you always wanted to live.

    Here are 13 super healthy habits that are guaranteed to keep you fit and healthy, now and always.

    1. Start with a healthy breakfast

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    You must never skip your breakfast. It initiates the body’s metabolism right at the beginning of the day. A full breakfast helps you work better, score better at studies, and keeps you energetic throughout the day. Even if a full breakfast platter is not your thing, start with a fruit, a granola bar, and a cup of black coffee. Don’t ever skip it!

    2. Plan your day’s meal

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    Chalk out the entire day’s meal beforehand. It helps you save time and money in the long run. Plan your health goals and needs – if you want to lose weight, cut back on sugar, fat, or carbs, and add more protein or vitamins. A daily meal planner helps you stay in control of your diet – eventually helping you lead a healthier life.

    3. Drink lots of water

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    Drinking enough water is a must, not just to stay hydrated, but also to lose weight. It also helps you to cut down on sugary and carbonated water cravings. The habit of drinking water helps you to fight diabetes and several other ailments. You may add flavor in your glass of water with slices of orange, lemon, lime, watermelon, or cucumber.

    4. Exercise is a must

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    Leading a sedentary lifestyle is a bad idea. Your body needs some movement to stay in shape. Get up and move. Go out for a walk. Perform some deep lunges or stretches. Cardio keeps your body fit and healthy; try it out for 30 minutes for 4 days a week. If you can’t manage that too, try short bursts of exercise throughout the day. But keep moving!

    5. Train your muscles 

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    Strength training makes your body lose fat by converting it into muscle mass. Try workouts that help you slim down, strengthen your heart, and build up your bones. Start with strength-training exercises like push-ups, lunges, and weight lifting, twice a week.

    6. Quit smoking

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    Quitting cigarettes can be a significant step towards better health and lifestyle. A nicotine-free body is easier and faster to repair. Your body mechanism, heart rate, and blood pressure normalizes soon after your last cigarette. Isn’t that a great reason to say goodbye to fagging?

    7. Switch off from “being online” 

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    Go offline. Stop using the internet if you have been on social media a lot. Set a time to log off and keep the phone or laptop aside. Stay away from the screen. Engage in some quality time with your family, take a walk, read a book, making experiential dinners – do whatever it takes, but limit the time you spend in front of the screen.

    8. Learn a new hobby 

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    New skills keep your brain healthy and your soul motivated. Enroll for a dance class, participate in a creative writing workshop, or show your cooking talent in a community setup. Learn a new language. Try handicrafts to change the décor of your living space. The amount of focus and creativity needed for these activities doesn’t just keep you energized and agile, but also slow down the signs of aging and prevents the onset of fatal diseases like Alzheimer’s.

    9. Sleep enough (and peacefully!)

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    A good night’s sleep is not just divinely helpful for physical health, but it also helps to achieve a better mood, sharpens memory and focus, and motivates us to learn new things. A 7-9 hour sleep every night also lowers the risk of heart diseases. Try to set a dedicated time to go to bed and get out of bed.

    10. Travel

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    There is nothing more inspiring than traveling to new places, meeting new people, learning a new culture, and seeing unique views to get a perspective on life. Make travel plans with like-minded people, family, and friends. You can also go for solo trips to envelope yourself in the essence of the destination and gain new insight into life.

    11. Explore nature

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    A few minutes of fresh air or sunshine can work wonders for your mind and body. It raises the Vitamin D levels in your body, strengthens your bones, freshens your mood, and keeps your heart healthy. Nature exploration is an activity that boosts body metabolism and offers a level of inner peace which you’ll probably not find anywhere else.

    12. Maintain body balance

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    Body balance is eventually disturbed as we age. A great way to maintain balance at an older age is to try yoga, tai chi, or Pilates right from this moment. Irrespective of your age, a good body balance contributes to better muscles, a healthy heart, and an increase in confidence. Yoga and tai chi are great options to begin with, but just about anything that keeps you moving, even walking, can help.

    13. Train your mind

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    Your body and soul will benefit from good health as long as your mind is at peace. Being mindful cuts down stress, relieves pain, and improves your mood. Regular meditation, getting closer to nature, listening to peaceful music, and other such meditative habits contribute a lot in changing your brain’s parts related to emotions, learning, and memory.