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Solutions for women who don’t have time to workout

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Balancing the responsibilities of a profession, family, social pressures to look good or behave in a specific manner may be exhausting for women. Every woman must prioritise her health as she progresses through life’s milestones. After all, all of the individuals who rely on you can only do so if you are at the top of the health and well-being pyramid.

Breakfast not only gives you energy for the rest of the day but it also kickstarts your metabolism. As a result, it is important that you set aside 15 minutes in the morning to prepare something healthy and set yourself up for a productive day. Both physical and mental health require adequate hydration. It’s also important to drink plenty of water throughout the day to stay fit from the inside out. Carrying a water bottle as a reminder will help you avoid dehydration. Hydration is particularly important for weight loss or maintenance because it not only suppresses hunger but also encourages you to eat less at mealtimes. Weight loss is a matter that most women are concerned about. Being overweight raises your risk of developing a variety of health diseases and lowers your quality of life. As a result, the best approaches to maintain a healthy weight are to have a happy relationship with food, get enough sleep, and exercise frequently.

Women’s health and fitness are two vital areas of their lives for women all over the world. No one can deny the advantages of eating well and exercising regularly, as well as the serenity and harmony it gives to your mind and body. While there is no quick fix for a healthy body, these simple advice of eating nutritious foods, staying hydrated, getting enough sleep, and taking care of oneself in general are the greatest ways for a woman to be in shape physically and emotionally.

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Archana Bijo

The author is a postgraduate in Mass Communication and Journalism from Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous), Bengaluru. Her interests range from Photojournalism, Media Research, Documentaries, Communication Studies, Film Studies, Radio Journalism, Women Studies, Advertisement Studies with keen interest in writing on varied topics and articles relating to photography, festivals, moments of life, and travel.

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