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The Best Ways to Make Sure You Have a Happy & Healthy Summer

With summer here, some of you might be looking for ways to be healthier so that you can enjoy it all. There seems to be something that helps us all to relax a little more during summer. More of us take vacations during summer, so it is the perfect time to focus on being a little healthier. Here are some of the best ways that you can look to improve your health and be happier.

Drink More Water

This is crucial at any time but particularly in summer. In the hotter months, it means that you sweat more and have more chance of becoming dehydrated. So aim to drink at least eight glasses of water per day. You will feel fresher and your skin will look better too. You will flush toxins out of your system and get rid of any dark undereye circles. http://www.infusedwaters.com/ has some more recipes if you get a little bit bored of just straight water.


Use a Sunscreen

If you want a surefire way to be miserable this summer; don’t apply sunscreen. Nothing is worse than getting sunburn. It hurts just to do something as simple as turning over in bed. So the best way to avoid this pain and misery is just to use sunscreen. It is something that you should use all year round. In summer the sun is stronger so needs to be used more than ever.

Take a Probiotic

Probiotics can be in a supplement form, or found in certain foods. Things like yogurts and some soy products will contain probiotics in them. Probiotics help with digestion and can calm an upset stomach. So if you are visiting a foreign country this summer, they might be rather useful. When you eat foods that you aren’t used to, it can upset your stomach. So probiotics in summer will be helpful to combat any negative side effects. If you don’t know where to start with probiotics, then have a look online. A website like http://nootriment.com/lactobacillus-plantarum/ will have more information to help you.

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Move More Outside

Summer is the best time to get out and about and enjoy the great outdoors. You can go on hikes, walks or even take up a new running regime. Whatever you decide to do, just do more than normal. You will burn more calories and have your skin soaked in vitamin D from the sun. All of which will lead to a healthier and happier you this summer.

Take Care of Your Eyes

In summer, the sun is bright. So take care of your eyes with sunglasses. A lot of people think they are just a fashion statement. But they serve a fantastic purpose, as well as looking good. They can stop damage to the retina of your eye, as well as the delicate skin around the eye. You don’t want to get those areas of your face sunburnt!

What are your top tips or suggestions for having a healthy and happy summer? I’d be interested in hearing what you all think. Thanks for reading. I hope you have a great summer with family and friends!

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Unknown said…
Great tips! I would definitely like to get out more this summer!

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