A healthy winter

By | Health & Wellness
Feel fresh and healthy this Winter: Nuria Antolín flickr.com

With the correct supplements, foods, exercises and view on life the winter season may be a healthy season. Along with staying warm and cozy this winter, stay healthy, stay fit and keep motivated may be options to enjoy the snowy season.

When jogging, cycling or walking remember the appropriate footwear may essential for icey pavements and investing in some thermal layers may help when outdoors. A set of thermal under garments may enable under clothes to breath easier and keep on warm.Water and wind proof jackets combined with a long sleeved hi-tec thermal layer may ensure the chore of popping outside to exercise may be of a pleasure.

With sunny winter days, vitamin D may be available to be consumed. Sit near windows in restaurants, at the office or on the bus as all of may help. Another trick may be to change the light bulbs in the home to ‘full spectrum’ bulbs, they are specifically developed to mimic natural light and may have the same affects on ones mind as the real sunlight.

Vitamin supplements are available everywhere and ensure they include vitamin D. Foods that include a good source of vitamin D come in the form oily fish such as salmon, mackerel and sardines, eggs and most meat.

Keeping motivated may be essential over the winter period and one way to do so may be to set challenging goals. This may range from going to the gym a certain number of times throughout the week or making a change to your diet.

Whilst goals are in place they may complement with an award, a sneaky little treat to enjoy. This system may help eliminate comfort eating on a regular basis and leave you filling much more fulfilled with your winter accomplishments. One of the best ways to get the goal system started may be to talk to a friend and challenge them, friendly and competitive rivalry may help and you may celebrate your success together with a spa brake or trip to a sking event.

The recommended amount of sleep per night is between eight and nine hours, which a statistic majority of adults should aim to achieve. Aiming to hit eight hours sleep a night may help come the morning, besides it may be the only time of the year where one may buy a thick quilt and lounge around in it all evening.

Smart phones may offer simple and effective ways of monitoring your sleep cycle, apps such as ‘Sleep Time’ for the iPhone may wake one at the best time based on the monitoring of your sleep pattern.

Some people may endure the feeling of a cold at some point over winter. Drinking warm milk and dairy products such as cheese, yoghurt and fromage frais may be productive sources of protein and vitamins A and B12, which aim to leave one to feel rejuvenated and healthy.

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