These Wintertime ☃️ Health Habits 🤒 Will Add Years ⏳ to Your Life ...


We all want to live a healthy and long life, right?2

The way you live your life has a big role in how old you end up being.

You know that eating right and getting plenty of exercise is important for staying healthy, but there are also some winter specific things you should be doing to prolong your lifespan.

Add these habits, courtesy of Redbook magazine, to your routine this winter and you can enjoy a long life.

1. Go outside Even if It’s Cold

Go outside Even if It’s Cold

Yes, winter can mean frigid temperatures, but that shouldn’t keep you inside all day every day.

Experts say that spending time in nature can help relieve stress, even if it’s not a balmy summer day.

Bundle up to protect yourself from the cold, but get outside and breathe the fresh air and take in the stunning winter time scenery.

You’ll never be sorry you did this!

2. Show Some Gratitude

Show Some Gratitude

When you are grateful for something, you increase your happiness levels.2

A good mood overall like this can help you live a long life.

Try to find something to be thankful for each day, even if you have to search for the silver lining in something.

You’ll begin to see that being thankful makes your life better.

3. Set Your Exercise Playlist as Your Alarm

Set Your Exercise Playlist as Your Alarm

Working out is an obvious choice for staying alive longer, but it can be so hard to get up and get moving when it is cold and icky outside.2

Use your playlist as your morning wakeup call and the music will be enough to get your butt up and lacing up your sneakers so you can stay on track with your healthy lifestyle choices.

4. Have a Cup of Tea

Have a Cup of Tea

Iced tea is the perfect thing to quench your thirst in the summer, but it can also be a life saver in the winter.

Studies show that people who drink tea have a lower risk of a stroke.

Tea also contains antioxidants that protect your health.

Green tea is especially good for you, so brew yourself a mug today and every day all winter long.

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