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3 Simple Ways to Keep Yourself Healthy and Gorgeous this winter  


Every season has its own taste that comes up with unique gifts for us. Such as spring showers flowers in our town, summer brings sweet mangoes at our homes, and fall offers rainy days. Similarly, we enjoy winter in comfortable, warm clothes with a cup of tea in the evening with our friends and a yummy dinner in the night with our families. However, the cold days may affect your skin, energy, and mood in many ways. But no worries! Because I have come up with 3 simple ways to achieve optimal winter health as follows:

1.     Warm-Up Your Body

Your body already loses some degrees of temperature in cold days. That is why your skin becomes dry, and a little rough, and your bones show minor rigidness. Therefore, warm yourself up by doing little jogging in the morning and workout at the gym. It will bring back flexibility in your body and help reduce the skin dryness. Moreover, apply lotions, oils or creams, whatever suits your tastes and needs, on your skin to maintain your skin’s glow and charm. Use a warm-up jacket to maintain your body’s temperature.

2.     Complete Your Sleep

As you know very well that winter brings you short days and long nights. Therefore, you need a little more sleep in this season. It is the best time to relax your mind at the end of the year and prepare yourself for the great New Year. Good sleep helps you make the most of the post-workout benefits. It fights against the effects of depression and eliminates the extra amounts of cortisol hormone release due to the stress of any kind. An adequate level of exercise accompanied with required sleep will help you achieve maximum benefits of the season.

3.     Consume Seasonal Foods

Chilly days affect you in every way from your skin looks to your energy levels. Therefore, consume foods that keep you energized and fit. Broccoli and cauliflowers are loaded with vitamin C that enhances your immune system and defends you against winter sickness. Tuna and salmon are good sources of vitamin D that keep your bones healthy and vigorous. Oatmeal is enriched with zinc and soluble fibers. An oatmeal bowl in breakfast is a good idea to achieve all the essential nutrients necessary for the season. Root vegetables such as beets, turnips, and carrots are must have parts of your diet that are good sources of vitamins A and C.


So make this winter as you’re the best season of health, vitality, vigor and joy by adopting some healthy habits such as jogging in the morning, workout at the gym, giving your body required rest and sleep, and consuming seasonal fruits and vegetables. It is the best way to make the most of the season.

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