Staying Active and Eating Well Over Winter Break
Posted January 10th, 2017 in News
As a college student, it may seem impossible to find time for exercise and preparing healthy meals due to your busy schedule. On top of that, end of year exams are stressful, which adds an additional element impacting your physical and mental health. While winter break is crucial to getting in some much-needed rest and relaxation, it’s important to utilize this time to focus on your physical health as well.
Check out these tips to get your body back in balance after the first semester of the school year:
Stressed out? Stress is no good for your body and mind, so it’s crucial to relax your mind and chill out. Meditation is the perfect way to destress from exams, the holidays, and school in general. It will help keep you focused and may improve your grades next semester, too!
2.Exercise for 20 Minutes Each Day
20 minutes seems like nothing, but the benefits are outstanding. Just 20 minutes to a half hour of exercise every day will reset your body, give you more energy, and help you feel more motivated. Don’t worry, you don’t need to join an expensive gym. Try these at home workouts before school starts.
3.Eat a Healthy Breakfast
Getting into the habit of eating breakfast is important. A healthy breakfast gets your mind moving and gives your body energy right from the start of the day. Try some of these easy and nutritious recipes over break and then impress your friends with your new skills when school starts again.
If you try any of the recipes above, feel free to tag your post with #DiMinosLewistonTops so that we can see how it turns out. Good luck!