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A healthy lifestyle leaves you fit, energetic and reduces the risk of conditions like heart disease, diabetes, colo-rectal disorders, lifestyle diseases and stroke based on the choices you make about your daily habits. Good nutrition, daily exercise and adequate sleep are the foundations for continuing good health. Managing stress in positive ways, instead of through smoking or drinking alcohol, reduces wear and tear on your body at the hormonal level. For a longer and more comfortable life, put together your plan for a healthy lifestyle and live up to it.

1. Healthy Diet

One way to get a healthy active lifestyle is to start with a healthy diet. Try eliminating unhealthy junk foods from your diet, or make some substitutions. For instance, if you have a soda or two every day, that could be replaced with water. A regular snack of chips or cookies might be replaced with whole-grain fruit or nuts.

Overall, it is best to eat a diet made up of a lot of fruit, vegetables, whole grains, and lean protein such as chicken or fish. It is difficult to lead an active lifestyle without eating a healthy diet, because it will be difficult to get enough energy to exercise. Get creative while cooking, and try to make new recipes with healthy ingredients;

2. Stay Hydrated

You get dehydrated when your body gets rid of more fluids — usually through sweating or going to the bathroom more than normal — than it takes in. Drinking too little water during exercise, hot weather, or daily activities can also cause your body to use up its stored water.

Adequate intake of water supplemented by a healthy diet results in healthy bowel movement. Drinking good amounts of water prevents constipation and thus piles. Having 8-10 glasses of water each day, make one’s digestive system smooth and regulates it.

3. Healthy Diet

A regular exercise routine, such as going for a daily walk or jog or gym, or doing some regular weight lifting is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle. Incorporate exercise into everyday life; for instance, take the stairs instead of the elevator, park further away from the door when driving somewhere, and take a break from work to go for a walk.

People of all ages should make exercise a part of their everyday lives to develop a healthy active lifestyle. Participate and enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking, kayaking, or skiing, which can be great ways to have fun, make new friends, and get in better physical shape. Leading a healthy lifestyle is a great way to lose weight and maintain that weight loss over time, rather than a fad diet where the weight may come back just as quickly as it came off.

4. Reduce Stress

Your body responds to everyday stress with a release of hormones that prepares you to react. If you don’t relieve this state through relaxation, the effects build and can create muscular pain, headaches, sleep disturbances and other symptoms. It is adviced to take regular stress management breaks before it can progress to unhealthy levels. Achieve it through stretching, massage, yoga or enjoyable exercise. Connect with friends and family to relieve mental pressures, and take time out to read, pursue a hobby or experience another activity that makes you feel good.

5. Sleep Well

Too little sleep can lead to weight gain by altering levels of the hormones that regulate satiety and hunger, leading to overeating, overweight, and obesity.

Sleep makes you feel better, but its importance goes way beyond just boosting your mood or banishing under-eye circles. Adequate sleep is a key part of a healthy lifestyle, and can benefit your heart, weight, mind, and more.

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