One of the best ways to maintain your ideal body weight, eat right, get enough sleep, and take better care of your skin is to get into a healthy routine. However, because life isn’t exactly known to be predictable, scheduling a routine and sticking to one can be two entirely different things. By striving to fit a couple of things into your day-to-day or even yearly life, you are more likely to stick to your goals and see real results.
If you travel a lot for work, have kids, or basically anything else that tends to interfere with a normal exercise routine, you can still set expectations for yourself and try to fit them into your day to day life. For instance, although you may shoot to go to the gym every day and get your weight lifting in, you may have to do bodyweight exercises like push-ups and pull ups from your hotel room or in between bedtime stories. Remember that as long as you don’t skip out on your workout, you are still sticking to a routine.
Meal planning is the best way to eat healthily and maintain your ideal body weight, but it takes a lot of time and, well, planning. If you haven’t been able to head to the grocery store and get your meal planning done, improvise instead. Rather than heading to a local fast food joint and eating an extra value meal for lunch, run to your local convenient store and stock up on some protein shakes and pre-packaged hard boiled eggs for the day.
If you’re looking for a fast, easy, and effective way of reducing your appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, consider fillers. A great thing about dermal fillers such as Restylane is that they only have to be done every year on average, which makes routine maintenance as easy as can be.
The adage, “When life gives you lemons, make lemonade” can seem a lot harder to do when you’re juggling a busy work, family, and personal schedule. However, by improvising and making your routine work for you on certain days, it will help you live a healthier lifestyle.
Schedule your appointment with Dr. Rick Silverman today to learn more about healthy living.