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7 Ways To Promote Good Health


Good health is more valuable than gold. With it, you can live life to the fullest, support those you love, and build on your personal dreams. Here are seven ways to promote good health.

1. Eat a balanced diet.
There are so many diet possibilities, from focused to downright faddish. The best way to contribute to overall optimal health is to eat a balanced range of foods, with the largest category being fruits and vegetables. Limit alcohol and meat consumption. Other key components are:
Legumes
Nuts
Whole grains

The key to eating well is moderation in food categories as well as amounts consumed.
2. Try supplements.
Quality supplements fill gaps your diet may leave. Sometimes it is difficult to get a healthy amount of certain nutrients from food alone. There are numerous options, including:
Herbs
Peptide therapy
Vitamins

Choose high-quality supplements, favoring organic options when they are available.


3. Protect your skin.
Repeated and prolonged exposure to the sun’s damaging rays can lead to premature skin aging and skin cancer. Both adults and children should use sunscreens of at least SPF 15. There are many cruelty-free, natural options available, including fragrance-free mineral formulas that are gentle on sensitive skin. Stay out of the sun between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. when sunlight is most intense. Wide-brimmed hats, long sleeves, and wrap-around sunglasses also help protect your delicate skin.
4. Take care of your teeth.
Oral health affects your body in general either positively or negatively. Be sure to brush at least twice daily, and floss your teeth at least once daily. Poor mouth health can lead to serious conditions such as stroke, heart disease, diabetes, and even premature births.
5. Go to sleep.
When you are asleep, your body has a chance to repair itself. Adequate sleep is vital for physical as well as mental health. Establish a relaxing evening routine, and try to go to bed about the same time every night. Turn electronic devices off at least 30 minutes before going to bed.
6. Exercise.
Humans are made to move. For optimal health, you need both muscle strengthening and aerobic activities to tone your cardiovascular system. If the thought of going to the gym and walking in place on a treadmill seems too hard to comprehend, remember that exercise comes in many forms. There are lots of ways to get active:
Skip rope
Dance
Swim
Swing a hula hoop
Mow the lawn manually
Play with animals

You do not have to dread exercising in order to get benefits. Use daily chores and activities for physical benefits.

7. Manage stress.
While you cannot avoid every tense situation, you can control how you counter them. Specific ways to relieve tension and stress include physical exercise and meditation. Also, learn to respond rather than blindly react. Pausing before acting gives you a buffer between high tension and peaceful navigation of difficult situations.
Creating a Healthy Life
The best way to promote good health is to build beneficial habits into your life. Make life-affirming activities part of your lifestyle if you want to keep nourishing habits naturally without burning out. For only a bit of effort to make the initial changes, the rewards are countless.

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