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(HealthDay News) — The new year is an exciting time for fresh starts and new beginnings. As 2020 rolls around, you should recommit to your health and well-being, says Johns Hopkins Medicine.
The school mentions these resolutions for a healthier new year:
- Practice mindful eating. Slow down and pay attention to your food.
- Get enough sleep.
- Take time at the beginning or end of the day to reflect on what you’re grateful for.
- Find at least 30 minutes each day to take a walk, or get another form of exercise.
- Make small changes to be more active. Take the stairs instead of the elevator.
- Commit to a 30-day fitness challenge, such as yoga or fitness classes.
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