Watch your weight and keep a track

You can monitor what you're gaining or losing by keeping track of your body weight on a daily or weekly basis.

 Consume wholesome meals and avoid unhealthy food

Don't forget to have breakfast, and pick a meal that is higher in protein and fibre and lower in calories, fat, and sugar.

Limit sugary beverages, stay hydrated, and drink plenty of water

Drink water regularly to stay healthy and avoid sugary beverages for a healthy life.

Shorten screen and sitting time

Even those who engage in regular exercise may be more susceptible to diabetes, heart disease, and stroke if they spend a lot of time hunched over a computer.

Take multivitamin

When you don't have access to a variety of fruits and veggies at home, it is a good idea to take a daily multivitamin supplement to ensure you are getting enough nutrients.

Get enough restful sleep

Your immune system and sleep quality and quantity are strongly correlated. Getting seven to eight hours of sleep per night will help you maintain a healthy immune system.

 Manage your stre

Numerous ailments, including migraines and heart issues, are known to be exacerbated by stress. Find ways to relax, whether it's taking a bubble bath, drawing, walking for a long time, working in the garden, or watching a funny movie.

Drink moderately and remain sober

Remember that alcohol has calories, which can add up quickly. Moderation is key when consuming alcohol.