3 Tips to Support Emotional and Physical Health!
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Improving your emotional health is as important for you as improving your physical health, because it helps you to see the best in you.
According to research, emotional ill-health increases your chances of being physically ill by negatively affecting your immune system. - Being emotionally healthy makes you feel more energetic, focused and clear, whereas emotional ill-health makes you feel weak and exhausted.
1. Balance Your Hormones
Hormone imbalance is a real thing and it can be challenging. The good news is that there are some simple ways to help balance your hormones: Get enough sleep, make healthy food choices, choose high quality proteins and fiber, and avoid sugary foods and drinks. These are just some of the healthy habits that can lead to happier hormones!
2. Foster Healthy Relationships
Relationships, romantic or otherwise, are a huge part of life! It’s important to maintain healthy and strong relationships, since they affect both our physical and emotional wellbeing. You can do this by supporting family and friends. Support their interests and goals, and they’ll want to support you, too! Also, put down your mobile device and spend some real facetime with someone you love.
3. Get a Handle on Your Stress
Everyone deals with some level of stress. Try talking to a trusted friend or family member. Talking things out is an effective way to decompress and form connections with others. Also, learn to say “no.” You only have so much time in your day! Put the important things first. Devote time to self-care by moving your body: Take a walk, do yoga, meditate, or lift weights to feel accomplished, grounded, and fit!
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