Ten Healthy Morning Habits to Physically, Mentally, and Emotionally Start Your Day.
Healthy morning habits are as follows.
1: Don’t rush. Start your day relaxed
At any given moment there are one or more things around us that we like, be it the color of the blinds or people around us that we love. And yet, we are often overwhelmed by the things that happened to us or the things that didn’t happen.
At this moment, identify three things you like. Once you identify them, allow the realization to sink in and enjoy it for a few seconds before you move on. Hence starts the experience of slowing down to embrace now.
At this moment, pause and look around you.
On the surface of things, there might be chaos—the tooting of horns from the street, your children screaming for you, or your coworkers having an argument. Take a deep breath anyway, look around, and see how there is stillness in the objects around you.
3: Don’t look at your phone soon after waking up
Checking your phone as soon as you wake up not only distracts your mind but also sets the tone for distraction for the rest of the day. Apart from this, looking at your phone upon waking up could hijack your time and attention, and make you less productive.
4: Drink water in the morning
Drinking water first thing in the morning immediately helps rehydrate the body. The six to eight hours of recommended nightly sleep is a long period to go without any water consumption.
Drinking water first thing in the morning, with little to nothing piled up in your stomach, will allow your body to better digest food and convert nutrients into your body more effectively. This will help you feel more satisfied and full and will shed weight in a healthy manner.
5: Have a nutritious breakfast
Eating breakfast boosts your energy levels and restores your glycogen levels ready to keep your metabolism up for the day.
Studies indicate that people who skip their breakfast regularly are at a higher risk of suffering from constant headaches and migraines.
6: Do Journaling
Experiment with writing. When you take a few moments of your day to write, you allow for space to pause and reflect. You slow down the speeding thoughts of what is to be and what should have been to accept what is now.
Write about the sense of feeling rushed in your everyday life and how you struggle to balance.
7: Do your To-Do list at night and visualize in the morning
Writing a to-do list at night, one can plan out an estimated time it will take to complete their goals and limit the list to no more than five tasks. One can be successful at completing at least four chores by the day’s end.
8: Prepare your food in the morning
Meal prepping is the concept of preparing whole meals or dishes ahead of schedule. It’s particularly popular amongst busy people because it can save a lot of time. … And since it requires you to determine what to eat ahead of time, meal prepping can lead to more nutritious meal choices over the long term.
With morning prayers, the faith in God gets reinforced and you start feeling His presence in every single bit. You start visualizing His grace in every chore and you don’t ever feel alone. Every morning, you remind He and His grace, and God certainly will remind you every time.
10: Excercise with a new easy approach
Here Are Some Indoor Exercises That You Can Try
Push-ups, High Knees, Chair Dips, Lunges, Side Plank!
Besides do exercises however it works for you. Plan your exercise by yourself.