How to Get Healthier in a Week

With the colder weather just around the corner many of us start feeling unmotivated and unable to do the things that we used to be able to do in the summer. Is getting up in the morning a daunting task that leaves you feeling sluggish for the rest of the day? Do you rely on a few cups of coffee to make it through morning and late afternoon? Is the bad weather getting to you making you irritable and low on energy? If this is the case, then keep reading this post, and you are guaranteed to become inspired:

1. Limit your coffee to no more than one per day. You might be tempted to believe that you absolutely need it in order to live your life, but this is not necessarily true. It might take you a while to get used to living on limited coffee or even at no coffee at all, but the results are going to be encouraging. It is proven that coffee affects your sleep and your energy levels during the day not always in a positive way.

2. Get some exercise, but don’t overdo it. The best way to do it is to start with gentle walking even when the weather is bad. Just put a pair of wellies, or get a dog if you lack motivation. If you feel like you lack energy to walk you might feel like you want to sit on the sofa for the rest of the evening, but in reality gentle exercise will increase your energy levels in the long term, and will allow you to feel invigorated immediately.

3. Get a screening test to see how your health and your body are doing. Before doing this, you might want to read a Bluecrest health screening review to see how others benefited from this sort of screening. Doing so can be a life changing experience as detecting potential health problems early might be key to full recovery. I don’t know about you but I have heard many cancer stories where a person recovered completely from their cancer because on the early detection.