Feel Great With These Recommendations

Feel Great With These Recommendations

Regular exercise, a healthy diet, social support, and sleep well can relieve or control the symptoms of injury or illness and help increase recovery. Also, we suggest taking a positive view that can make a huge difference in the recovery process.

Feel great with these recommendations

Feel great with these recommendations

Stay active

Regular exercise is good for your physical and mental health. It can reduce your risk of developing many health conditions such as diabetes, coronary heart disease, arthritis, stroke, some types of cancer, and obesity.

It can also lower the risk of Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, and depression.

Staying active will help you do simple things more easily, such as getting dressed and washed, walking, doing chores, playing with kids, or cleaning. Taking part in a fitness class, routine, or sports activity, can also be a great way to meet people, have fun and stay in good shape.

Eat healthily

Balanced nutrition has many benefits, what you consume is closely related to your health.

To keep a healthy diet we recommend:

  • Try to consume small portions.
  • Choose nutritious foods that are better for your health.
  • Avoid inappropriate foods.
  • Eat commonly throughout the day rather than one or two heavy meals.
  • Tell your friends and family about your diet needs so they can support you.

If you decide to eat healthier food choices, you can avoid or manage some conditions. These may include diabetes, stroke, and heart disease. In fact, a healthy diet can help you lower your cholesterol and lose weight.

Think positive

Don’t think negatively or worry too much about possible difficult situations that can be harmful. It can adversely affect your health and adds to your levels of stress and anxiety. Instead, talk with a family member, a friend, or a confident person, or find support through a doctor or specialist.

In hard times, we suggest finding a variety of activities to focus on each day. For example, watching a movie, reading, biking, walking, sharing with a friend board games or video games. Even if you can only take short periods at a time because you find activity difficult, make sure your day is challenging and varied.