Hi all ,
Welcome to your 30s! You may not feel or look much different than you did a few years ago, but your body is changing bit by bit. These changes are a normal part of growing older. You may feel like you’re slowing down a bit or you could feel like you’re in the prime of your life.
It’s never too soon or too late to take steps to protect your health. But, of course, the sooner you start, the healthier you will be. Here are the essentials to keep you on track in each decade of your life.Here are i am going to share some things to follow after your 30s:
- Find Workout you Actually Enjoy: Exercise improves your mood, makes you sleep better, helps you maintain a healthy weight and more. You can follow my two blogs for simple and useful https://momdaughterblog.wordpress.com/2016/04/05/after-pregnancy-weight/exercise https://momdaughterblog.wordpress.com/2016/04/04/mediation-after-30s/
2. Love your Body : Notice we didn’t say, when you reach your goal weight .The truth is, your body does a ton for you, even if you’re not thrilled with every single aspect of it. Learn how to appreciate your body now, and you’ll be so much happier and healthier for it.
3. Schedule regular friend dates : Not only will it help you de-stress which is important for mental and heart health. So even when things get crazy-busy, make some time to catch up with your girls—your health will thank you!
4. Learn How to cook at least a few delicious and Healthy Dishes : If you enjoy the food you’re taking in, it’s so much easier to stick with a healthy-eating plan—whether it’s designed for weight loss or just overall wellness. So get cooking!
5. Swear off extreme Dieting : I have read in one article is that the max amount you can aim to safely lose in one week is one or two pounds. Since that means creating a calorie deficit of 500-1,000 calories, you’ll probably want to consume about 1,500 calories a day and supplement that with regular workouts. Anything more extreme will prevent you from getting all of the nutrients you need and set you up for dieting since your body will go into starvation mode.
6. Fight less with your partner : I found in one of the article that people who don’t feel supported by their partner tend to experience higher levels of coronary artery calcification, or hardened arteries that restrict blood flow to the heart. We get that sometimes you feel like you just have to prove how right you are, but it’s not worth it.
7. Disconnect Regularly : A number of studies indicate that spending too much time on your digital devices can disrupt sleep. Other research links increased cell phone use to worsened physical fitness and your number of Facebook friends to your stress levels. So go ahead and log off whenever you can—you’ll be better off for it.
8. 7-8 hours sleep at night : skimping on shuteye doesn’t just leave you exhausted—it also comes with a host of health consequences.
9. Stand More: An increasing amount of research shows that the more time you log planted in a chair, the higher your risk of suffering from from obesity, heart disease, and diabetes . This holds true whether you work out regularly or not. Add more movement to your day with these tips on how to avoid a sedentary life.
10. Drink Water : Last but not the list Drink more water It can help you lose weight, improve your mood, and more.