Ideas for Healthy Resolutions and How to Stick to Them
posted by The Live Better Team | January 25, 2018
The turn of a new year is a common time for many people to take stock of their health and vow to make changes. If you didn’t set New Year’s resolutions, remember that you can always set resolutions for yourself no matter what time of year.
Here are some good resolutions to consider, plus some tips for sticking to them
Cut stress: Some stress is normal, but chronic, obstructive stress can negatively affect your health. It can lead to a higher risk or worsening of conditions like depression, obesity, heart disease, insomnia and many more. Consider ways to reduce stress, including better sleep and exercise habits, more structure in your day, a healthier diet, and more time spent on activities and with people you enjoy
Stick to Your Goals
While starting a resolution is simple enough, sticking to it over a long period of time can be a challenge. Here are a few basic tips for staying accountable to your resolutions:
“Top 10 Healthiest New Year’s Resolutions.” Health.com. http://www.health.com/health/gallery/0,,20452233,00.html#new-year-healthier-you-0
“How to Help Patients Keep their New Year’s Health Resolutions.” Gebauer Company. https://www.gebauer.com/blog/new-years-health-resolutions
This information is not intended to replace the advice of a medical professional. You should always consult your doctor before making decisions about your health.