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How To Boost Personal Wellness Without Breaking A Sweat (And Your Bank)

When people think of getting healthy, one of the first ideas that comes to mind is joining the gym or getting more exercise. While these are important steps in maintaining your physical health, there is much more to wellness than just exercise.

1. Maintain a healthy diet

The fuel your body uses to do virtually everything is FOOD, so what you put in your body makes a big difference in your overall health.

Fruit shake for breakfast.

2. Get enough sleep

The average person needs at least 8 hours of sleep daily. If you're looking to improve your sleep hygiene, try following these tips:

> Get on schedule. Try to hit the pillow at the same time each night and rise at the same hour every morning.

> Eat an early dinner. Avoid eating large meals too close to bedtime.

> Skip the nightcap. Your well-rested self will thank you the next day if you skip caffeine or alcohol before bed.

> Limit smoke breaks. Best to avoid nicotine before you hit the hay.

3. Drink water

Going without drinking water can cause harm to your body. Start everyday with a full glass.

4. Set aside some "me" time

Set aside some "me time" where you can relax and focus on a hobby like reading and meditating. It can boost your well-being and happiness.

5. Turn off your phone

Studies show that all those hours looking at screens maybe causing damage to the regions of the brain that control emotions, attention, decision making and cognitive control. Get away from your phone and other electronics for at least a little while every day - particularly if you are setting an example to a child whose brain is still developing.

6. Make time for living

Between work, family and responsibilites, it can be hard to make time for personal goals and dreams. Date nights, travel, hobbies are important. Set aside some time in your schedule for really living and enjoying your life.

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