3 Quick Health Hacks to Make Yourself Feel Better

Modern life is chaotic. While there’s a lot of fun, beauty and adventure in our lives, it’s also a lot of work balancing everything. One thing that often gets put at the bottom of the pile, is our health. I’m always looking for easy, sustainable ways I can make myself feel better. Whether it’s getting a Myers cocktail, or improving your sleep quality and duration, there are a handful of things you can do to dramatically improve your quality of life and how you feel. Keep reading to learn my top 3 quick health hacks to make yourself feel better.

1. Try IV Therapy

This is one of the best health hacks because often you’ll feel dramatically better right away. It’s the great way to get your vitamins in that you need to feel better, and can be particularly amazing after a night out or a high stress period in your life. A Myers Cocktail in Oklahoma is a classic combination that helps support full-body wellness. This Myers Cocktail has a mix of b-complex vitamins, b-12, vitamin c and magnesium all while hydrating you and ensuring you’re feeling your best. If your body is dealing with anything big, like a high stress situation, or a chronic illness, this can be a great way to give your body a fighting chance to get ahead. Because of how it’s delivered, right into your bloodstream, you’re going to feel the benefits much faster than taking tablets and you will also absorb more of the product.

2. Focus on Your Sleep
Sleep is one of the most important things we do each day and many of us neglect our sleep. Are you getting 7-9 hours per night? Too little, or even too much, and it can have negative health consequences. If you find it hard to fall asleep, or to stay asleep, then you might want to look at your overall health. Are you being active enough to encourage deeper sleep? You might want to try stress reducing things such as journaling, meditation or even yoga before bed so you can get rid of some of your stress and worries. Some natural supplements I take that help me sleep include magnesium, melatonin or even a Tylenol PM. Always consult with your doctor before taking any supplements or medications. You might also want to look if your sleep space is dark enough, if your bed is comfortable enough, and whether there are any physical changes you can do to improve your sleep space.

3. What Do You Put Into Your Body
What you put into your body is really important. The food you eat has a certain energy level which will affect your energy too. If you’re constantly eating take out and low quality food, that will affect your mood and how your body is operating. Try to add in lots of fresh fruit and vegetables, as well as healthy, lean protein sources. Avoid sugars and alcohol and try to eat less processed food. Do this for a month and I’m sure you’ll be shocked by how good you feel and how high your energy levels are.

Our health is our greatest asset. I hope these tips help you feel your best and to have more energy than you could ever have imagined.

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