Easy 10 ways to keep yourself healthy this winter!

5 Ways to Stay Healthy in Winter

Having a hard time waking up during winters?

Here are some ways you can adapt an easy healthy winter routine :

“I love the scents of winter! For me, it’s all about the feeling you get when you smell pumpkin spice, cinnamon, nutmeg, gingerbread and spruce.”

–Taylor Swift


1. Stay hydrated

Increase your water intake by consuming foods high in water, such as apples, celery, lettuce, and cucumber. Enjoy hot, nutritious beverages. If drinking cold water in the winter sounds unpleasant, consider healthier, warmer options (e.g., green tea, cinnamon tea.) Stay away from alcohol and coffee.

2. Keep yourself moving

Plan some time during the day to enjoy nature, if the conditions are right. Explore a safe park or neighbourhood by foot. Alternatively, think of watching an exercise class on TV, the internet, live on Zoom, or Instagram. You may find online fitness videos that are free or inexpensive to help you stretch, dance, do aerobics, and gain strength.

3. Good sleep routine

Never forget that obtaining more sleep during the winter is quite normal. You’ll gain these advantages and more if you simply maintain it between 7 and 10 hours every night:

  • Defeat Illness
  • Controlling appetite and weight can help fight the winter blues

4. Healthy diet plan

Many fruits, vegetables, and spices that are believed to aid in natural weight loss are abundant in the winter.
Winter foods like carrots, beets, cinnamon, fenugreek, and guava can help you lose weight and reduce belly fat if you include them in your daily diet An eating cycle known as intermittent fasting involves a fasting interval of roughly 16 to 24 hours. To experience some wonderful health benefits, it is more of a lifestyle choice than a diet plan. Intermittent fasting supporters frequently mention better weight management.

5. Practice Gratitude

Our moods and satisfaction levels can be impacted by the gloomy, chilly months. Numerous studies demonstrate that appreciating what you have, even something as basic as a hot shower, may be learned by intentionally connecting with something for which you are truly glad. Consequently, sentiments of contentment are fostered.

6. Meditate often

Meditation has numerous documented health advantages. Experts in mental health and meditation discuss the best ways to  use this tool to get through the long winter months. Although there are many methods worth trying, mindfulness meditation is highly advised for reducing anxious thoughts, enhancing mood, and managing stress. The best part is that you can apply this technique at any point during the day.

7. Make a good plan

While exercise is crucial, it’s as important to have realistic expectations for yourself. It’s tempting to take on too much during the hectic holiday season of winter and burn out. This is especially true when the days are shorter. We advise creating a training schedule for the upcoming months so you can estimate your time constraints and adjust your training accordingly. Once  you’ve created a sensible training schedule, follow it and don’t push yourself too hard. Illness can strike at that time!

8. Vitamin D3 intake

We don’t obtain as much vitamin D during the winter since there is less sunlight and the days are shorter. Consider adding a supplement to your diet of this essential vitamin to support the immune system’s regular operation.

9. Prepare your equipment for winters

Although it may be freezing outside, you will still perspire when exercising. However, it may be difficult to warm up because it is simple to become cold when you first begin. Go outside dressed in layers that you can take off as you go, including thick leggings, gloves, and hats, to avoid starting to shiver. Remember to be safe, too. It’s time to get out your high-visibility reflective gear or buy some with the cold weather’s gloomy mornings and dark evenings in mind to make sure you’re noticed by approaching pedestrians and vehicles.

10. Yoga

Ever sense how your muscles are more tense during the winter? The body contracts as a result of bundling up and hunching over to avoid the cold, which frequently results in shoulder and back pain. Similar to this, shorter days and colder weather can also have a detrimental impact on motivation, sleep, and other aspects of daily living. We advise using a winter yoga sequence that motivates you to regain heat in your body to help you process that experience. Combating the winter blues with these yoga poses There is always something to gain from leaning into your practise, from gently expanding the heart and hips to realigning you with your breath.

Coping up with winters

Hope this helps! πŸ™‚

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Posted on

November 30, 2022

54 Comments

  1. ilayda durmaz

    Nice tips! Thank you for sharing

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    • Kanika Maheshwari

      This is great and super handy for this weather!

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      • Ronak

        Thanks Kanika xx

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    • Darshan

      Great tips!

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      • Ronak

        Thanks Darshan xx

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  2. Chintan

    So insightful

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    • Ronak

      Thanks Chintan πŸ˜€

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      • Vinit

        Bravo ! Amazing tips

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        • Ronak

          Thanks bro

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      • Nidhi

        Simple and an easy to do list . Pretty insightful

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    • Athatwaa

      Thanks for this post. So insightful and helpful

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      • Ronak

        Thankyou

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  3. Maitri Soneta

    Super helpful

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    • Ronak

      Thanks Maitri XX

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  4. Disha

    Very helpful blog! Thanks for this, saving it.

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    • Ronak

      Thanks Dishaaa πŸ™‚

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    • Mitali

      Thanks that’s such great tips❀️
      Definitely using them

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    • Dr Nipa ganatra

      Really good tips to stay healthy.As health is wealth

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  5. Saahil shah

    Great tips!

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  6. Umam

    These tips look so helpful, thank you!

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    • Ronak

      Thanks Umam πŸ˜€

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  7. Mahnoor Ahmed

    Very useful.
    Well written.

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  8. Lexie

    Great point about the vitamin D! I didn’t think about that.

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    • Ronak

      Thankyou Lexie!

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  9. Meenal

    Good points to remember.

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    • Ronak

      Thanks Meenal πŸ˜€

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    • Nibedita Panda

      Extremely helpful. Thanks for enlisting

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      • Ronak

        Thanks Nibzyy xx

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  10. Bhakti

    Really carefully thought through and nicely written. Will use these tips this winter for sure!

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    • Ronak

      Thanks Bhakti xx

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  11. Vidhi Doshi

    Such great tips! This will surely help us for the winter.

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  12. Nishita

    Wow so insightful! Thank you.. <3

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  13. Esha Gangar

    Really helpful tips for beating the cold! Thanks a lot! Will definitely imbibe these in my routine from now!

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  14. Urvi Vora

    Good tips!

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  15. Swati

    Great thoughts, thank you for sharing!

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  16. Kruti

    Much needed

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  17. Tanisha

    Super helpful tips

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  18. Shashikant Ganatra

    Yoga has really helped me focus in this gloomy weather

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    • Ronak

      Thankyou

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  19. Kunj

    These tips will be really helpful

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  20. Nibedita Panda

    Great tips that will be super helpful. Thanks for enlisting

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  21. Foram

    Overall they are achievable and such simple but effective tips

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  22. Vaibhav Mehta

    Awesome ! Bookmarking this for reference, thank you.

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    • Ronak

      Thankyou

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  23. Melissa

    These are so helpful and definitely useful for my first year here! Good stuff!

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    • Ronak

      Thanks Mel

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  24. Amar

    Great tips for this winter:)

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    • Ronak

      Thanks xx

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  25. Niyati

    Thanks for such amazing tips, really helpful in this weather πŸ₯Άβ€οΈ.

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    • Ronak

      Thankyou xx

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  26. Kunj

    Very helpful

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    • Ronak

      Thanks Kunj

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  27. Suraj soneta

    Great insightful tips

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    • Ronak

      Thanks bro xx

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