Tips Of The Day
In the millennial era, urban people have busy activities, so most of the time is spent just for your work. This will be a problem if the balance of time for your work more than the time for yourself, this will affect your mentality and your health.
Here are tips on how to live balanced for urban people.
1. Organic Before Coffee In The Morning
Some urban people have a habit of drinking coffee in the morning before their activities, because it can help them focus more on the work, but the caffeine contained in coffee causes the stomach to work more than usual. Get used to drink milk, fruit juice or cereal, this will mebuat your stomach will be healthier.
2. No Gadgets While Exercising
Your habit of seeing incoming email on your gadget will affect your brain when you exercise. Focus on yourself and your body
3. Walk To Work
Take a mass transit and get off at the station before your office. This will give you a different experience when you go to work.
4. Enough Mineral Water
dehydration will get if you are too busy, mineral water can make you more fresh and focused.
5. Drink Before Sleep
Dehydration during sleep often you get if your energy is absorbed by your activity. Drinking enough mineral water will overcome dehydration at bedtime and get rid of toxins in your body while you sleep.
6. Activities During Commercial Break.
The habit of seeing gadegets during commercial breaks while watching television is a bad habit that will ruin your TV time, try to stretch or yoga briefly.
7. Adequate Sleep Time
Early sleep means you are filling the energy in your body faster and your body's metabolism will work better if your body is rested with enough time.
8.Activity Before Sleep.
Doing a light exercise or reading a book before bed will make your sleep more comfortable.
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