10 Healthy Habits that Can Change Your Life

10 Healthy Habits that Can Change Your Life

Do you want to know the secret to living a healthy lifestyle? 

Elaine Li founder of Livelite Athletica wearing quality and trendy activewear at the gym doing a weightlifting exercise: barbell hip thrusts for glute activation

Many people I know are trying to improve their eating habits and exercise routines. Unfortunately, most people are not sufficiently motivated to make these changes stick in the long run. It's simply not sustainable.

That's why I've compiled a list of ten healthy habits that can transform your life.

All major changes in your life necessitate a shift in your habits. But don't get discouraged. Habits are formed through repetition, and repetition becomes much easier once the right triggers are identified. First, determine your objectives and what you want to change or do.

Next, consider how you can gain a better understanding of the nervous system and habits in general (through additional reading). Finally, identify your triggers. Triggers for sleep are not the same as those for exercise or dieting. Once you've decided how to build your habits using triggers, it's time to get started on the first habit, which will serve as your cornerstone habit.

There are some great habits you can develop in your life to help you live a healthier and more productive life. Did you know that drinking more water can help you lose weight and improve digestion, or that eating 5-6 small meals a day can help you lose weight and reduce your cravings for unhealthy foods? These healthy habits can drastically improve your life. It's a new year, so why not show your body some love?

I'm sure you've heard that "exercise is good for you" and "it will make you live longer," but did you know it's also linked to a lower risk of cancer, bone and joint strength, a lower risk of high blood pressure, diabetes, heart attack, stroke, and even dementia? Did you know that doing just one sit-up a day can help you lose belly fat? If you ask me, that has the potential to be very good.

These modifications could be the first steps toward better health. You may find it easier to stick to these healthy habits if you break them down into smaller pieces. Don't think of them as ten distinct behaviors. Consider them ten distinct methods for improving your physical, mental, and even emotional well-being!

These 10 habits should serve as a good starting point. Remember, they only count if they are things you can incorporate into your daily routine—that is the key to developing healthy habits. Finally, keep in mind that it is not always easy to maintain a new habit at first. But sticking to it over time is what makes it a healthy habit—and once formed, they're a great way to improve both your mental and physical health!