Acquiring good habits is the basis for personal development and growth. Everything we do today is the result of a habit that we were taught in the past. Unfortunately, not all habits we have are good, which is why we are always trying to improve.
1. Have breakfast every day.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and yet many people overlook it. I particularly like to eat bread with scrambled eggs and yogurt.
2. Sleep 8 hours.
It is never good to go without sleep properly. You may think you are saving time by sleeping less, but in reality you only gain stress and tiredness. 8 hours is a good amount for most people, along with an optional 20-minute nap after lunch.
3. Eat 5 servings of fruits and vegetables every day.
Our body and brain love vegetables and fruits, so I highly recommend that you eat as many of them as possible. Five servings is the amount that is generally recommended by health studies.
4. Drink a glass of water as soon as you wake up.
When you wake up, your body is dehydrated and needs fluid. Make it a habit to drink a glass of water right after waking up, in addition to drinking a lot during the day.
Avoid sodas. It is usually the most harmful health drink you can find. Limit as much of your soda consumption as you can and your body will thank you.