You want to make some positive health changes in 2020, but maybe you’re
already feeling like those resolutions are either not working or not being
prioritized. Mid-January is a great time to reevaluate and recommit. Read
below for easy ways to help you make those healthy resolutions turn into
positive lifestyle changes.
Multiple resolutions can be overwhelming. Try narrowing it down and prioritizing.
If you want to eat better and exercise more, pick the most important to
start and set a longer-term goal of incorporating the other.
-Be Kind to Yourself
Miss a day? Miss two days? It’s okay. Remember changing habits takes
time and the most important thing is to not give up. Try again tomorrow.
Making smaller, sustainable changes will always be more successful. Instead
of going from no exercise to everyday exercise, challenge yourself to
take a smaller step and exercise twice a week. Mid-year, you can always
-Involve Friends and Family
Support networks are important and making resolutions with friends can
keep you accountable to another person.
-Focus on What You Enjoy
Resolutions should not be torture. If you hate yoga, don’t think
a resolution will change that. Instead, resolve to do something healthy
you love, just do it more.
There is nothing more inspiring than seeing results. So when you notice
one, write it down! By mid-year, you’ll have a list of accomplishments
that will keep you motivated.
Have specific questions on how to improve your health this year? Find a
doctor you can trust who will join you on your personal health journey.
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