Not Drinking Enough Water
Staying hydrated throughout the day aids in keeping one's memory sharp, stabilizing one's mood and one's motivation intact. Staying hydrated also helps the skin to stay supple, enables the body to cool down when it's hot and humid, allows the joints and muscles to work better and helps to clean toxins from the body via one's kidneys.
The best way to know if you're adequately hydrated is to monitor the color of your urine. If it's light yellow, that means you're drinking enough water. However, if it is dark yellow and has a particular smell, that is a clear sign that you are not drinking enough water.
Eating Late At Night
There are a couple of reasons why you should think eat supper early. Researchers have found that the long lapse between meals allows the human body to process food more efficiently. Another reason is that it enables a good healthy sleep .Late-night meals can cause indigestion which interferes with sleep.
Not Getting Enough Exercise
Physical activity has lots of amazing health benefits .It aids in keeping one looking great. Exercising regularly also helps one to lose weight and also boosts one's energy. Exercising helps one to live longer, keeps the heart healthy, lowers one's risk of chronic diseases, improves blood flow to the brain and helps with blood sugar control. It also greatly helps with mental health.
Not Getting Enough Sleep
Research conducted has shown that not getting enough sleep has an impact on a person's overall health. It can compromise one's immune system, one's mental health through impacting one's judgment and ability to make decisions and also in promoting good heart health..
Aim to get around 7 to 8 hours of sleep each night and create a sleeping routine whereby you sleep at the same time everyday and wake up at the same time too. So listen to your body and try to get the amount of sleep that your body needs to function at its best.
Eating Too Much Sodium
Eating food with a high salt intake has a negative impact on one's health. It cause a condition known as hypernatremia is the medical term to describe too much sodium in the blood and it is a major cause of serious health problems.
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