3 significant but simple changes you can make to improve your health and wellbeing
Each January the nation takes a collective sigh pulls up its bootstraps and endeavours to do better. We resolve to change our life don’t we and to make the best of ourselves. Often we set targets so high we inevitably crash and burn and fail to meet them.
The key to doing better is to keep it so simple we cannot fail.
Here are 5 significant but simple changes we can make to improve our health and wellbeing that are most definitely within our grasp.
1. Drink more water
Just the simple act of keeping a filled water bottle on our desk will remind us to do this. It doesn’t have to be bottled water either – let’s keep it thrifty here. Having water on our car, in our bag, on our desk and by our side will be all the prompting we need and save us a small fortune on soft drinks and coffee, a super simple change.
There are loads of ways to get more walks in – from getting off the bus one stop earlier, leaving the car at home when we nip to the local shop, parking further away from school on the school run, arranging to meet a friend for a walk and a chat. Walking brings both fresh air and exercise and saves you petrol – all fab benefits.
3. Sleep well
Sleeping well is really important, but can sometimes seem elusive. Getting to bed at a fairly regular time and rising at a regular time both really help ensure you get your required sleep in. Having a well ventilated and clean room both aid good sleep as well as wind down time before bed, books and baths and no screen time can really help. A good mattress can also make a huge difference. Sleep is so important to good health and a King Size Mattress can be a great way to ensure you get the space you need in your bed to really streatch out and be comfrtable. There are some great deals on matresses over at Mattressman that doesn’t have to be an expensive investment but it really is a worthwhile one.
These 3 simple but significant changes will enhance your life hugely and be a really great start on the path to better wellbeing.
Could you easily implemet these today?