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5 Tips for a Healthy Life

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Here are some things you know you should already be doing to maintain good health:

1. Get enough sleep
Adequate sleep is crucial to a healthy life. There is no universally applicable number of hours that you ought to get each night. The benefits of getting enough sleep are well-documented and self-evident: a healthy appearance, an alert mind, and general well-being, to name a few. An often cited guideline is at least 8 hours, but each person may need more or less than this number to feel and look their best. Though life can be hectic and busy, it’s important to leave yourself enough time to get adequate sleep.

2. Drink plenty of water
Staying hydrated is also important. Our bodies use water for countless functions, from skin health to kidney function. Our bodies lose fluids daily carrying out various bodily functions, so it’s vital that fluid intake is in balance with fluid output, or else we become dehydrated. Once again, an often cited guideline states that we should drink 8 glasses of water per day, but there is no study that supports this number. But it certainly could not hurt to use it as a reference point. And, of course, when you feel thirsty, your body is telling you that it needs water.

3. Eat right
As the old saying goes, “You are what you eat.” Your diet is critical to your health. If you primarily eat sugary, fattening, artificial foodstuffs, you cannot reasonably expect to feel good and healthy. It is important to have a balanced diet that includes proper servings of whole grains, fruits, vegetables. Limit your consumption of sugar and saturated fats. Don’t overeat. Moderation is key. And if you feel you aren’t quite getting all of the vitamins and minerals and nutrients your body needs, take a look at Liquid Health’s extensive liquid supplement product catalog.

4. Exercise
Exercising is obviously important. Exercising can help prevent obesity and various diseases, improve mood and sleep, and boost energy. When you are not slaving away at your monotonous job as an insignificant, replaceable corporate lackey, use your free time to exercise. Your body will thank you.

5. Maintain good hygiene
Take care of yourself. You certainly have every right to be disgusting, but do not assume that people around you will enjoy your company if you are a dirty slob. You can only get away with being a bit slovenly if you are incredibly attractive. Shower or bathe often, brush your teeth, wash your hands, use deodorant. Maintain a clean and pleasant appearance. It will do wonders for your social life, and will likely boost your self-esteem.

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Sources/Information:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/01/08/sleep-deprivation_n_4557142.html
http://www.webmd.com/diet/features/6-reasons-to-drink-water?page=2
http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-living/fitness/in-depth/exercise/art-20048389?pg=1
http://www.livestrong.com/article/185486-why-is-personal-hygiene-so-important/
http://www.fitness.gov/eat-healthy/why-is-it-important/

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Boosting Your Energy Throughout The Day

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Everyone has times where it feels like they do not have enough energy to make it through the rest of the day. That is just a part of being human. If this is constant or frequent though, you may need to look into medical help. However, there are ways that you can boost your energy naturally. Continue reading to learn more about how to boost your energy throughout the day.

How To Boost Your Energy

There are many different ways to go about boosting your energy. However, you will need to do all of these to maximize the results. Boosting energy takes time as it will not happen overnight.

Get A Good Night’s Rest

Making sure that you are getting enough sleep at night is arguably one of the most important things that you can do to boost your energy. Most health professionals recommend that you get 7 hours of sleep each night. They also remind and recommend that you should not be hitting the snooze button.

If you are having trouble sleeping there are some things you can do. Try getting off any electronic devices an hour before bed as the light that they emit can weaken your ability to fall asleep. If that does not work for you, there are always supplements like our sleep well that can help out too.

Eat a Balanced Breakfast

Eating healthy not only includes eating the right foods, but it also includes eating consistently. Some people tend to skip out on breakfast and that is one of the reasons that they are tired. Their bodies simply do not have the food to give them energy. Those who do eat breakfast are often not eating the right foods. Here are some foods that you should try to eat for breakfast.

  • Hot Oatmeal
  • Eggs
  • Whole Grains
  • Greek Yogurt

Stay Hydrated

Staying hydrated can have many positive effects on your body. Dehydration can affect many aspects of your body including brain function, mood, and energy levels. To stay hydrated, you can just drink water whenever you are thirsty. You can also follow the 8×8 rule. This is to drink an 8-ounce glass of water 8 times a day. Be sure to also check out one of our previous articles that goes into detail about the Health Benefits Of Drinking Water.

Exercise

Exercising on a regular basis can reduce the risk of developing many harmful chronic diseases. It also can help you boost your energy throughout your day. You don’t even need to do a massive workout to receive the benefits.

One study showed that those who walked briskly for just 10 minutes felt less tired than those who had just eaten a snack. There are many ways that you can get exercise in your day. You can walk to and from work if the distance isn’t too far, or you can take 10 minutes out of your lunch break to go for a walk. Hitting the gym is still a viable choice if you have the time, however, you do not want to go too late because it could negatively impact your sleep cycle.

Supplements

There are also energy-boosting supplements available for those who want to get more energy throughout the day. Here at Liquid Health, we manufacture our Mega Energy B-Complex supplement. This supplement provides a mega dose of the B-complex vitamin in one ounce. It is also 100% vegetarian.

Conclusion:

To recap, there are many ways to boost your energy. You can get a good night’s sleep, eat a balanced breakfast, stay hydrated, exercise, and supplement if needed. Doing these one-time won’t prove to be efficient at giving your body the energy it needs. You need to be doing these for daily and consistently to receive the benefits.

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Sources:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3820066

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Boosting Your Energy Throughout The Day

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5 Tips for a Healthy Life

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What You Need to Know About Strokes

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Tips for Preventing Heart Disease

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Tips for Preventing Heart Disease

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Heart disease has been one of the leading causes of death for decades, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t things you can do to prevent getting it yourself. Some factors, including family history and your age, are out of your control, but there are many lifestyle choices you can make to decrease your chances of developing heart disease. The following are 6 recommendations from the Mayo Clinic that can help you avoid heart problems.

Don’t smoke or use tobacco – There is a very strong correlation between the use of tobacco products and the risk of developing heart disease. Because the carbon monoxide in cigarette smoke replaces oxygen in your body, you’re at an increased risk of having a heart attack or stroke because your body has to work harder to supply itself with the oxygen it needs to function properly. According to the Mayo Clinic, “when you quit smoking, your risk of heart disease drops almost to that of a nonsmoker in about five years.”

Exercise for 30 minutes on most days of the week – Exercise is important in nearly every aspect of our lives, but in preventing heart disease it is crucial. The Mayo Clinic says, “Physical activity helps you control your weight and can reduce your chances of developing other conditions that may put a strain on your heart, such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes.” If you find that 30 minutes of exercise a day is not always possible because of your busy schedule, do what you can to work some physical activity into your routine. Some activity is better than none at all.

Eat a heart-healthy diet – Limiting the amount of fat in your diet and increasing your intake of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains is one of the easiest ways to protect yourself from developing heart disease. For optimal health, you should be striving for 10 servings of fruits and vegetables a day. By doing this you can make it easier to maintain a healthy weight and avoid other health concerns such as high cholesterol and diabetes.

Maintain a healthy weight – Being overweight is directly linked to health problems such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes—not to mention heart disease. If you carry your weight around your midsection you may be at an even higher risk of developing heart problems. According to the Mayo Clinic, “reducing your weight by just 5 to 10 percent can help decrease your blood pressure, lower your blood cholesterol level and reduce your risk of diabetes.”

Get enough quality sleep – Quality matters when it comes to your sleep, especially in relation to your overall health. Sleep deprivation is a growing problem in our society and the implications of that problem are becoming more and more apparent. “People who don’t get enough sleep have a higher risk of obesity, high blood pressure, heart attack, diabetes and depression,” according to the Mayo Clinic.

Get regular health screenings – Staying on top of your health is one of the best ways to avoid major health problems, including heart disease. By seeing your doctor regularly and having appropriate tests done, you can manage problems before they get out of control. When it comes to preventing heart disease, some important tests to remember are: cholesterol levels, blood pressure and diabetes screenings. Talk to your doctor about any of these tests you think you may need.

Heart disease is a serious problem, but there are changes you can make right now to reduce your risk of developing it. Small changes made over time can make a big difference. As always, consult your physician with any concerns or questions you have concerning your health and lifestyle choices.

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What You Need to Know About Strokes

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According to the Center for Disease Control, “every 40 seconds, someone in the United States has a stroke.” Strokes are the 4th leading cause of death in America. Because May is National Stroke Awareness Month, we decided to share some things you can do to prevent a stroke, the warning signs of a stroke, and what you should do if you or someone you love appears to be having a stroke.

A stroke occurs when a blood vessel in or around the brain bursts, or when there is a blockage that stops the flow of blood to the brain. The National Stroke Association states, “studies show that up to 80 percent of strokes can be prevented by working with a healthcare professional to reduce personal risk.” There are a number of things you can start doing right now to reduce your risk of having a stroke, according to the National Stroke Association:

1. Know your blood pressure.
2. Find out whether you have atrial fibrillation.
3. If you smoke, stop.
4. Find out if you have high cholesterol.
5. If diabetic, follow recommendations to control your diabetes.
6. Include exercise in your daily routine.
7. Enjoy a lower-sodium (salt), lower-fat diet.

Knowing the signs of a stroke can be the difference between life and death for you or someone you love. At any sign of a stroke it is imperative that you call 9-1-1 right away. The Center for Disease Control lists the following as symptoms of a stroke:

• Numbness or weakness of the face, arm, or leg, especially on one side of the body.
• Confusion, trouble speaking, or difficulty understanding.
• Trouble seeing in one or both eyes.
• Trouble walking, dizziness, or loss of balance and coordination.
• Severe headache with no known cause.

You may not think this information is important to you, since most people associate strokes with older adults, but almost ¼ of strokes occur in people under 65 years of age. Work through this Stroke Risk Scorecard to see which changes you need to make in your life to reduce your chances of having a stroke. Make sure to work closely with your healthcare provider in these endeavors.