Is one of your New Year resolutions to remove stress? A survey conducted shows that a majority of the population is stressed out due to various reasons on a daily basis. Nearly half of them say they’re stressed all the time over everything from money to work and even spending time around “anxious” people can set them off. Everyone is looking for an easy solution. One possible answer? Incorporating Japanese Green Tea into one’s daily routine, since it naturally contains the amino acid that can help elevate moods and calm worried minds.
One way to manage and keep track of your health during this time of year is through wearable devices and engaging with wellness programs, which may offer members a way to earn rewards with healthy activities. It’s important to prioritize your health so you can start 2019 off in health and happiness.
Below are our top three tips to help you stay well this winter.
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1. Manage stress. Support your mental health through exercises that help relieve anxiety and worry, such as mindfulness, meditation and journaling. Many wellness rewards apps offer personalized meditation, mindfulness experiences and journaling exercises, which are designed to help improve your mental and emotional well-being.
2. Eat well and stay active. It’s easy to overindulge during the holidays, but try to limit unhealthy foods as best you can: eating nutrient-rich foods can help you manage your energy levels and boost your mood. And don’t forget to stay active throughout the season. Step challenges with family and friends can help you stay on track and connect socially with others who are working towards the same goal.
The holidays are a perfect time of year to enjoy time with friends and loved ones. But they are also a great time to celebrate and protect your well-being. Improving and maintaining your health is a journey.