This school year is going to look different in many ways with the dreaded Corona virus guidelines. Incoming Freshmen will not only have the newness of college life, but they will also spread their wings and have a very much different level of independence. Freshman year can bring a rollercoaster of demands to your young mind and body. And there are ways to cope with all that this new lifestyle will demand. We live in a digital era that allows us to perform most of our daily activities without much physical effort. We can order our food online, entertain ourselves, or communicate with our friends without leaving our room.
However, there is a downside to this story. When our body is young it feels as if nothing can harm us. However, as our bodies grow older the results of our former lifestyle start to show their face. The good news is it’s never too late to start looking after you.
As college represents a significant milestone in a person’s life, it can also serve as the opportunity to do something good for your well-being.
Here are seven tips you can use to start leading a healthier life as a freshman…
Mind your sleeping habits
The first year of College is an exciting time. It’s the first time most young people get separated from their families and lead an independent life. This new life consists mostly of parties, meeting new people, attending classes and, as a consequence, struggling with completing assignments.
With all this excitement and new obligations, students barely sleep, which can lead to a series of health issues. No matter what, do your best to get a regular dose of sleep to heal both your body and mind. If you’re late with your assignment, there are online services like EssayOnTime and others that can help you with completing your work.
Eat actual food
Fast-food restaurants can be a simple solution for your nutritional requirements, however, that type of food will not do you good long term nor in the short run. The trick with junk food is that it’s full of fat and sugar which give you an instant boost of energy that gets depleted very fast. Furthermore, the fat stays in your body and creates all sorts of mischief.
Instead eat as many vegetables and fruit as you can, because they will give you all the necessary components to feel energized throughout the day. Also, adding more protein by means of chicken, fish or a very good protein supplement will also help fuel your day. Furthermore, organize with some friends or roommates and do traditional dinners that you could cook together. It’s a chance to bond with friends, have fun, and lead a healthy life.
Take a Walk, Freshman
If you need to cross a fair distance in order to get to class or the library, walking is a great way to get in some metabolism-boosting exercise. Don’t be afraid to push your cadence to a level that makes you sweat a little! It will actually help your brain function in the next class you are on your way to! Believe it or not, the more you exercise the more energy you will have throughout your day to do all those things a college student has to do.
If you are already a gifted athlete, you’ll be spending most of your college days playing a specific sport. However, if you are not, try to get involved in some pick-up soccer or basketball game or even a fun game of Dodgeball. Gather your friends and go mess around on the courts for a while. It will do well to your blood pressure, posture, lungs, and self-confidence. if you want some more fun have someone record your game and edit funny moments into YouTube or Instagram. If you don’t make a successful YouTube career at least you’ll have the chance to troll your friends.
It takes only 10 to 15 minutes of morning exercise each day to keep your body in shape and filled with oxygen. It’s a simple thing, the first thing you do after waking up hit the floor and do some push-ups, pull-ups, squats. You will be surprised at how much energy you will have to seize the day. Physical exercises provide your body with oxygen which starts up your metabolism, and will help keep you in shape and healthy.
Stress is a major cause of the most acute and chronic illnesses. As a freshman, you may go through some stress at first due to life apart from your family. In addition, there’s the lack of sleep, assignment deadlines, and exams that can also be stressful, especially if you don’t organize your time. To avoid the risk of experiencing all these stressors, create a schedule that will include all your daily activities. This way you will lead an organized daily life without hustle and worries about achieving everything on time. Occasional video game sessions can also help reduce that extra pressure, as well as books, or a good movie.
Perform regular checkups
There are a series of health issues that show their face only when it’s too late or too complicated to do anything about it. The best way to prevent larger health problems is to detect symptoms early, which can be achieved through regular doctor’s appointments. Schedule regular checkups with your doctor to make sure you’re doing well. Moreover, even if there’s no reason for any worries, it will provide you with peace of mind.
Leading a healthy lifestyle means everything from keeping a proper posture to avoiding stress and building your muscle volume. The modern world takes its toll on us and people all over the world are looking for ways to stay healthy and in shape. All these tips we shared with you in this article are there to guide you in a positive direction. It is up to you to decide which of the suggestions you find useful or fitting for your needs. If not all, choose those you like the best and start improving your life now.
Jacob Dillon is a professional writer and distinctive journalist from Sydney. Being passionate about what he does, Jacob likes to discuss stirring events as well as express his opinion about technological advancements and the evolution of society.
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