5 small changes you can make to improve your health

  1. Drink more water: Drinking more water can help you stay hydrated, improve digestion, and flush out toxins. Try carrying a refillable water bottle with you and aim to drink at least eight cups of water per day.

  2. Take the stairs: Taking the stairs instead of the elevator can be a great way to fit more physical activity into your day. Try taking the stairs instead of the elevator whenever you can, or get off the bus or train one stop early and walk the rest of the way.

  3. Get more sleep: Aim for seven to nine hours of sleep per night to help your body rest and recover, improve your mood, and boost your energy levels. Try setting a consistent bedtime and waking up at the same time every day.

  4. Eating healthier and taking your vitamins: Fruits and vegetables are packed with nutrients and fiber, and can help you maintain a healthy weight, reduce the risk of chronic diseases, and improve your overall health. You could even take a few vitamins to make sure you hit all your nutritional goals...

  5. Take breaks from screens: Spending too much time on screens, such as phones, computers, or TVs, can strain your eyes and lead to poor posture. Try taking breaks from screens throughout the day, such as taking a short walk or doing some stretches.