6 Healthy Feel-Good Habits: Sleep, Water, Support & More
Managing Stress Levelsthe Calm app?), and exercise has also been found to release endorphins (brain chemicals that make you feel good). Click here for more tips to help you outsmart emotional eating.
Increasing Movement Throughout the DayHOUSEWALKING!
Getting 7 - 8 Hours of SleepDownload the Slumber app to help you drift off, and consider a weighted blanket: This one has over 17,000 Amazon reviews and 4 1/2 stars!
Drinking Enough WaterCheck out these tips, tricks, and Amazon picks!
Getting Some Sunshinesome studies have found links between getting more sunlight (especially in the morning) and lower BMI levels. Other studies show that overweight people with vitamin-D deficiencies can have greater weight-loss success if they increase their vitamin D -- and why not get an extra boost from the sun? Just don’t forget the sunscreen!
Having a Support NetworkHungry Girl Community: What’s Chewin’? group on Facebook. It's full of members who share inspiration, success strategies, and overall encouragement. Hope to see you there!
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