6 Ways to Achieve Your Weight Goals When You’re Stressed
Here are 6 stress-management techniques that’ll help you get the body you want to:
- Schedule your meal. You need to eat within an hour after you wake up and then every three to four hours during the day. This will lower your stress response.
- Eat healthy. Avoid processed foods and instead add more real food to your diet plan.
- Drink water. Stay well-hydrated throughout the day, because when your body is dehydrates, it thinks it is in danger.
- Exercise according to your needs and abilities. Too intensive exercise may elevate your stress.
- Sleep enough. Seven to eight hours is an ideal option.
- Take five breaths at least one a day.
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