How to Have a Healthy Day From Morning

How to Have a Healthy Day From Morning to Night

6 a.m. — Banish Your Snooze Button فتح حساب في البنك الأهلي أسهم Does your family love to snooze? “Just 10 more minutes!” Did you know that extra snoozing may be leaving you اسهم مؤسسة الإمارات للإتصالات الان less rested?

اسهم شركة اسمنت ام القرى Short, disrupted sleep cycles can make you and your kids groggy. Instead, pick a wake-up time and make sure you and your kids stick to it — even on the weekends. A consistent sleep schedule will make mornings easier.

6:30 a.m. — Plank It Out

lediga jobb monteringsjobb hemma Start your day on a fit note with one exercise that strengthens your whole body: the dolphin plank.

praca w internecie wypełnianie ankiet Lay flat on your stomach, and then push yourself up onto your elbows and your toes. You want your back straight, abs tight. Hold your neck straight, too. Work your way up to holding it for 1 minute.

economic times india forex You can do the plank almost anywhere (beside your bed, on the bath mat, in front of the TV). Plus, it’s easy for kids to learn. Get them planking in the morning, too.

7 a.m. — Break for Breakfast اسعار اسهم بنك وربه ليوم الثلاثاء 18 3 2014 Breakfast has so many great benefits! Eating well early in the day makes you feel satisfied, which can help you say no to unhealthy snacks later on.

forex kontor luleå It may even make you and your kids smarter. New research shows that kids who eat breakfast daily do much better on IQ tests than kids who only eat breakfast “sometimes.”

The best breakfasts have a protein-carb combo. Try an egg and whole wheat toast, almond butter spread on an apple, or low-fat yogurt with fresh berries.

8:30 a.m. — Relax on Your Commute

Finding times throughout your day to relax is a great way to be healthier. Surprisingly, your commute may offer an opportunity for relaxation.

Try joining a van pool or car pool, or taking the bus or train. Then, you may be able to read or listen to music to relax. Or, can you work flexible hours to avoid peak traffic, or telecommute one day?

Every little bit of stress management matters. Stress raises the risk of obesity, heart issues, and more. So teach your kids to find small moments during the day to chill, too.


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