Good Healthy Resolutions

Now that the festivities are over, it is time to take good resolutions regarding your health for 2017 and beyond. So here we herald a few tips that will help you get on the right track.

High blood pressure is a predicament for many people and usually exercising will help lower your heart rate. Think about it, marathon runners have a heart beat at 50 per second if not less. This is because they do regular isometric exercises.

Sleep is fundamental for your health as adults who sleep too much or not enough generate a lack of equilibrium in their metabolism. For adults the recommended number of daily sleeping hours is around 8, plus or minus 90 minutes. If you have problems falling asleep at night, listen to pink noise like rain, it will lead to more relaxing dreams.

Did you know that your thyroid is the main organ responsible for burning fat and losing weight? Henceforth it is crucial to make sure it has all the power from potent nutrients so that if delivers its maximum power. Two minerals it needs to be nourished of are iodine, found in yoghurt and selenium abundant in Brazil nuts.

With respect to your liver, drinking coffee in the morning, but avoid the decaffeinated version which lucks potency. Coffee is know to boost your heart and your brain, but a recent study showed that it is also an ally of your liver as it may prevent non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.

How about your joints? Broccoli is already famous for its numerous health benefits, but it can also support your joints thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties, in particular from one of its components called sulforaphane. But favor the fresh vegetable as the frozen version has lost some of its power in the freezing process.

Your bones and your skeleton are the infrastructure of your body and as such you must pay attention to them and maintain their strength as you age. That is why some regular exercising will improve their robustness, even running or just brisk walking twice a week.

If you want to keep a great sight of the world around you with a sharp vision, make sure to wear UV-blocking glasses. Because ultraviolet rays not only reach your skin but also your eyes (in fact your eyes are part of your skin). UV lead to cataract which in turn lead to blindness, so block them as much as you can.

Did you know that using sun cream on a daily basis, even in the winter, will lead to a nicer skin with less wrinkles. This is what a recent study demonstrated and you should follow their advice if you want to look younger longer.