Simple Ways to Improve Your Health This Summer


Summer is finally here, and there is something about all that light and fresh air that makes you feel like living a healthier lifestyle. With the sunshine as a motivator, it can be much easier to start making some of those small changes that can seriously improve your health. Here are some ideas for easy ways to improve your health in the summer of 2015!

Quit Smoking

If you are a smoker, one of the best things you can do for your immediate and long term health and beauty is give up. While that may not sound like such a simple thing, if you have been having trouble quitting you can get some significant health improvements just by swapping your cigarettes for a VV ecig (variable voltage electronic cigarette). Vaping, as using ecigs is commonly known, means you can still get the fix of nicotine you need and a sensation comparable to smoking, without many of the harmful chemicals and tar that is in tobacco smoke. Vaping will also mean you will no longer smell of cigarettes or have nicotine stains on your hands and teeth!

Drink More Water

The common thought is that you need to drink 8 glasses of water, or two litres, per day for your health. This actually isn’t true, because while your body does use around that amount every day, a lot of your water intake comes from food. However, most people don’t drink enough water, and even mild dehydration can make you feel less than your best, both physically and mentally, as well as causing things like water retention. In hot weather it is more important than ever to stay hydrated, so make a conscious effort to drink more water by keeping water with you throughout the day, and having water with meals.

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Get More Exercise

Even if you are not overweight, a lifestyle lacking in activity can cause all kinds of other problems, including muscle weakness and bad posture. This summer, take advantage of the good weather and get outside and active more often – try for at least 30 minutes a day of walking, cycling, swimming, playing sports, or anything else you enjoy doing. The lighter evenings make it easier to get into good fitness habits you can stick to as the seasons change, and you will soon see improvements to your health and stress levels.

Get a Better Sleep Schedule

If you tend to skip sleep during the week and catch up at weekends, or take naps during the day, it can help you a lot to get a good, regular sleep schedule of 8 hours per night, waking up at the same sort of time every day. You’ll find it easier both to get to sleep and wake up, and you’ll feel energised all day!

These simple changes can have a big impact on your health, so use the summer to alter your habits and you will find it much easier to continue with good healthy living when the colder months come!


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