The morning period is very important, and following a healthy routine during it, sets the tone for the rest of the day completely; here are the 5 healthy habits which can make your day brighter and happier.
Sleeping more: Sleep has many benefits such as enhancing focus and reducing stress, and the benefits also extend to the morning, lack of sleep negatively affects our morning routine, so we must sleep enough.
According to experts, sleep is the most important thing that makes your morning routine more effective, by sleeping from 7-9 hours. This positively affects immune functions, hormone levels, memory and even food cravings.
Drinking water: Drinking the equivalent of 16 ounces of water during the first 10 minutes of waking up is very important to start your day in a healthy way. During sleep hours, the body undergoes rest and recovery.
Drinking water in the morning not only helps hydrate the body and eliminate toxins, but also compensates for hunger and reduces the food that you will eat shortly. In addition to water, you can have healthy drinks such as lemon juice.
Eating vitamins and minerals: There are billions of chemical reactions in the human body, and in order for these reactions to occur efficiently and effectively, experts recommend taking vitamins and minerals. obtained through oats, yogurt, cereals and others.
Moments of contemplation and calm: It is true that a person has so many tasks already to achieve from early morning, but it is possible to seize moments for contemplation and stillness, which gives a person an opportunity for creativity instead of rushing.
This can be done by yoga, meditation, sitting in nature or writing, and this helps to keep the focus high in the person.
Gratitude: Taking a few minutes to practice gratitude which can be a positive start to the day. For example: Think of three things you are grateful for, such as your health, your family members, your job, or anything that makes you smile and satisfied. Whether you write it down in a notebook or say it out loud, they are all equally effective.
Article Published on Skynews - January 19-2022