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Tips to start the autumn fit and healthy

It’s September 21st, and that means that autumn has officially begun! And I couldn’t be happier about that! But, I know there are a few people out there who don’t do so well with this transition. That’s why I’m here to help!

  1. More vitamins

Many people get a bit snotty and/or tired as soon as autumn starts. The weather is changing and the cold can reduce your resistance quite a bit. This makes you more susceptible to viruses. It’s therefore smart to get some extra vitamins from the start of autumn. This is largely achieved by eating lots of fruits and vegetables. You can also opt for a vitamin C supplement. The advantage of this supplement is that you don’t take too much of it. You simply pee out the part that your body can’t absorb.

2. Go to bed earlier

Once the days get shorter and it gets dark earlier outside, nature tries to tell you that it’s smart to go to bed earlier. Your body needs this. If you go to bed earlier, you’ll also make healthier choices during the day and you’ll feel better physically and mentally.

3. More vegetables

Try adding more vegetables to your meals. Don’t panic. You don’t have to drastically change your lifestyle, but try to get some extra vegetables here and there. For example, think of some snack tomatoes or carrots at lunch or an omelet with spinach or another vegetable that you like. You can also make vegetable soup that you can enjoy for several days. It can also help to buy a cookbook that seems interesting to you to get motivated to try other recipes.

Free Red Leaf Trees Near the Road Stock Photo

4. Small things

Did you know that your mood has a major impact on your overall health? On your mental as well as your physical health? You can improve your mood by finding happiness in small things. For example, consider a walk in nature or treat yourself to a fresh bunch of flowers every week, simply because you deserve it. Look forward to a film night with friends or the holidays you’ll spend with your family. Finding happiness in small things will make you feel happier. If you feel happy, you’ll be able to deal with stress and pain much better.

5. Moving around

It’s well known that exercise is good for your body and mind. You feel physically stronger and you can deal with stress much better. You don’t have to drag yourself to the gym to do a workout. A walk in the woods, a yoga session, or a dance workout will work just as well. Above all, do something that makes you feel comfortable.

Love, Skye Lewis ❤

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