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Eating”

How energetic and dynamic you feel is a reflection of the food you eat; the food you intake will determine how the energy manifests in your body. Our bodies function best when fueled with whole, healthy, and unprocessed food.
There are varieties of foods and diets that most of us couldn’t have the time or chance to learn about, and now is the time for you to ingest pure and beneficial food and nutrition

Eating- meal facts:

1. Meals: Some eaters follow a routine of eating three basic meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) at regular times every day.

2. Snacking: Some snackers prefer to eat small portions, frequent mini-meals throughout the day, as well as snacks between main meals.

3. Portion control: This involves observing and controlling the amount of food eaten to avoid overeating or undereating.

4. Balanced diet: A lot of people work hard to achieve a balanced diet by taking in foods from all major food classes, including fruits, vegetables, whole grains, proteins, and healthy fats.

5. Conscious eating: This mindful practice means giving full attention to the eating habit, including the taste, smell, and texture of food, along with identifying hunger and fullness responses.

6. Eating disorder: Some people surrender to food in response to emotional touches such as anxiety, stress, boredom, or sadness.

7. Strict diets: a lot of people follow specific restrictive diets, such as veganism and vegetarianism.

Working”

We all have jobs that demand different efforts; some involve physical activity and some involve mental activity, which both lack a thing or two. At times, even though we are physically active, we tend to overwork our bodies without giving them the rest, nutrition, and sleep they need. By living a healthy lifestyle, I hope we learn to live; even work can become our hobby.

Work-balance tips
Balanced work is having the idea of prioritising your personal and family life alongside your professional career. It balances out between the demands of work and the commitments that are required and important to you outside of your work environment.

A work-life balance is a must for various reasons. It helps you and me maintain good physical and mental health, decreases a fair amount of pressure and stress levels, boosts productivity and work satisfaction, and builds up relationships and social interactions. Getting a healthy work-life balance requires setting up rules and boundaries, effective time management, activity prioritisation, and commitments.

1. Establishing boundaries: knowing your routine hours of work to make sure it’s separated from your personal life
2. Knowing your tasks: spotting and getting done with the priority and urgent tasks first can spare you time and effectively prevent work from spilling over into personal time and life.
3. Disconnection and breaks: getting breaks during the workday can help refresh your brain from stress and boost productivity.
4. Ask for help: humble down, delegate tasks, and ask for assistance when needed to ease up the work pressure.
5. Use of technology: utilise technology to simplify tasks and improve efficiency, such as the use of online calendars and other management tools.
6. Communication: Open and transparent communication with your colleagues and managers can help set transparent expectations and understanding.

Sleeping”

How do I sleep better? Well, I didn’t until recently, when I learned that the time and the number of hours we sleep can negatively affect everything. It affects your weight, your mind, and your overall health. Sleep deprivation will lead to poor and slow brain function that could trouble you from doing your daily tasks, and that will make everything you do seem difficult and stressful when it’s naturally not. You wouldn’t experience such frustration if you had a night of adequate sleep, and the positive thing, my friend, is that none of what you blamed yourself for was actually true, not the tasks, and neither you nor you were the reason everything seemed difficult.
It’s obviously the quality of sleep you weren’t giving your body. Once you’ve begun to be fair in giving your body the quality and amount of sleep it needs, all of those false assumptions and feelings about yourself won’t even be remembered because they weren’t there in the first place. Always charge up your brain and body by giving them adequate sleep.

Sleep better
1. Have a bedtime routine—a routine that includes activities such as reading, getting a massage, taking a warm shower, and listening to calming music. By repeating the same routine every night, your body will begin to adapt these actions to your sleep.

2. Build a sleep-friendly ambiance: make your room breezy, dark, and breathable to make sure you get a deep sleep. Get blackout curtains, blindfolds, and earplugs. Get a recommended and comfortable mattress and pillows, and make sure they’re supportive.

3. Keep away from stimulating activities before you sleep. Abstain from using your phone, laptop, and other electronics at least an hour before you sleep, as the blue light emitting from them can interfere with melatonin production, a hormone your body creates to regulate sleep.

4: Avoid caffeine beverages and nicotine intake in the evening; caffeine is a stimulant, and that will make it hard for you to fall asleep. Nicotine can also change your sleeping pattern.

5. Stay active and have a regular exercise routine throughout the day; you fall asleep faster when your body is tired. Yet avoid it near bedtime, as it can get you energised and make it difficult to shut down.

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