Is time limited? Do you feel like you’re always running behind schedule? Why not add more to your routine and start a workout program? You might think that’s just being mean and impossible, but it’s not. Eating healthy and working out can be in your schedule and help you become more productive in 2019. You’ll have more energy and get more done faster.
You have to start somewhere, why not with healthy eating.
To start your healthy lifestyle, healthy eating is the first to fit into it. That’s because, no matter who you are, you have to take time to eat. It’s also important for your body and to boost your brain power with adequate nutrition and the right amount of glucose and fats to function at peak performance. Eating healthy also gives your energy a boost without facing that downswing you get from eating a sugary treat. It helps you think better and improves brain functioning so you’ll get mental work done faster and with more accuracy.
That workout also boosts your brain power.
Not only will working out build your energy levels, it helps give your brain power a boost, too. It increases circulation to the brain bringing oxygen and nutrient rich blood. A healthier brain means you’ll think better and get your work done faster. You’ll also be burning off the hormones of stress, which can leave you with brain fog and slow your progress.
You’ll stay healthier and miss less work.
Getting sick can put you behind no matter what type of work you do. If you’re a stay at home mom, it leaves you dragging or sends you to bed if you’re lucky enough to have someone there to help you. No matter what you do, getting sick puts you even further behind and builds stress levels. While working out won’t guarantee you’ll never get sick, it does boost your immune system. It also burns off stress hormones that can tax your body and make you sick.
- You’ll be amazed at how much energy you have and how fast you can work after a few months of working out and eating healthy. The longer you workout, the more energy you seem to have.
- You can build in some simple exercise into your day without going to the gym. It’s not perfect, but it’s a start. Get up and move around for a few minutes every hour. Take the steps and walk to lunch.
- Increase the amount of sleep you get if you’re not averaging seven to nine hours. It will keep you productive, help you lose weight and keep your heart healthier.
- Drink plenty of water. It’s perfect as a pick-me-up and a good substitute for coffee throughout the day. Your brain is 73% water, so you can see how dehydration, even a little, can cause headaches, poor concentration and sleepiness.