With the flu and coronavirus going around, we’ve got to be more careful than ever when it comes to staying healthy.
There are little things that we can all do to keep us healthier!
Eating in the morning helps us perform our best throughout the day, fight off hunger, and better manage our weight — in turn, making us healthier beings.
Biting your Nails
Putting your fingers in your mouth and biting your nails is unsanitary and can expose you to all sorts of bacteria, viruses, and infections. It’s also not good for your teeth.
According to BreakingMuscle.com, getting enough fluids can actually prevent cancer, help you to lose weight, have less joint pain, and prevent headaches.
Taking on Too Much!
Stress is killer… literally. According to WebMD, stress and excessive worrying can lead to all sorts of health issues, including headaches, nausea, muscle aches, shortness of breath, depression and even heart attacks.
Eating at your desk.
You’re typing on a keyboard that’s most likely covered in germs, and then putting food in your mouth. Not a good combo.
We know the risks, but did you also know that smoking can weaken your immune system? This means your body is now more susceptible to diseases.
Not changing your sheets.
Dust mites love your nice, warm bed as much as you do. And even though dust mites themselves are harmless, their droppings and body fragments can cause colds and trigger asthma symptoms.
Not getting enough sleep.
According to BetterSleep.org, about half of Americans say they don’t get enough sleep, which is between seven and nine hours a night. And when you DON’T sleep enough, it decreases your energy levels and makes you more susceptible to illness, since your cells can’t fully recharge while you snooze.