Despite the many challenges that 2020 has presented, Filipinos have managed to push forward. The new year is a sign for many to start anew, to improve, and to change. Improved health is least to say still and is on top of the many things that Filipinos hope for their loved ones. Now that the holidays are over, many are motivated than ever to start a healthier and a much more active lifestyle.
It can be overwhelming to shift your current daily routine and adding activities that you have never done before. But as they say, it’s much better when you do it with others. So here are 3 activities that you can do to keep everyone in the family blood healthy.
- Keep Stress Levels at a Minimum
Whether you’re stressed or not, maintaining a healthy way of dealing with stress can strengthen your body’s immunity and positive lifestyle changes. Practicing a healthy sleeping schedule is vital so the body can
recharge. 1 Spending a few minutes to meditate with your family can greatly help in balancing your emotions.2 This can include breathing exercises, and even yoga. Unwinding through conversations with
your family can help keep your mind at ease as well.3 These are just some of the many activities that you and your family can do to keep the stress levels at a minimum for healthy blood.
- Turn Up the Family Fun at Home
When exercising with your family, not only are you able to have everyone moving but you’re also spending quality time! Exercising may be in the form of following a workout routine, Zumba classes, or even easy to follow dance games. Team games like tag and hide-and-seek are perfect for families with members of different ages. Age shouldn’t be a limitation to get moving, so go ahead and get your fam’s hearts pumping and burn those holiday meal calories!
- Eat Right for Proper Nutrition
In keeping the family healthy, it’s an effort to serve nutritious meals. An overall balanced diet helps the body in maintaining enough energy to keep it functioning all day. Although preparing meals for family members of different ages, and health conditions can be a struggle, it is doable. By considering the required portions, needed nutrients, and providing a wide variety of nutritious food, your family can still enjoy good food without sacrificing blood health.
Yet with age, some family members may need help to sustain their blood health that their diet may not be able to provide sufficiently.