3 Motivational Tips to Keep You and Your Skin Healthier
Everyone wants to stay healthy and get in good shape. Many people lose interest in exercising and eating a healthy diet everyday. You don’t want to be the person that works hard and eats healthy for a short period of time only to revert back to bad habits and stop exercising. Did you know that working out could actually help your skin stay healthier as well?
According to WebMD.com, by increasing blood flow, exercise helps nourish skin cells and keeps them vital. Exercise helps flush cellular debris out of the system. You can think of it as cleansing your skin from the inside.
Follow these 3 motivational tips to keep you and your skin healthy and on track towards a more beautiful you!
1. Stay Positive around Motivating People
Know people that make you feel good about you, no matter your size or health condition. If you are around people that encourage you to smoke, overeat, or drink too much, find some new friends with new health habits and want a healthier you.
2. Make Simple Daily Changes
You do not have to go all out and make drastic changes in your exercising habits. Actually it is more beneficial to start with small, simple changes towards weight loss and exercise changes each day. The small changes will add up over time and give you a big health boost.
3. Never Go Hungry
The largest cause of over eating is under eating. People will go for too long without eating and then eat way too much when they are starving. Include planned snacks in your daily diet to prevent you from binge eating later in the day. You are allowed to eat treats once a week without feeling guilty. Eat some ice cream or a cookie over the weekend and enjoy every bite!
Instead of making that one large jump from not exercising to going to the gym daily, you should start with a few smaller changes that you will get your body in the motion of training. Many studies have shown that weight loss and health habits that have the best chance of lasting long, are the ones that call for minor, doable changes.
To make an appointment at Eastside Dermatology, give us a call at 614-515-5588 or visit our website. We’ll help you get on your way to beautiful skin any time of the year. More tips to stay healthy can be found on webmd.com.