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Healthy habits with Im Soneath

Healthy habits with Im Soneath

Getting up at 5:00 AM sounds like a simple thing to many people. I know that most people do it as their routine, and many get up earlier than this to cook or catch a bus to work, but I just get up for health. So what is the point? It is about having time to drink a big glass of water, brush my teeth, wash my face, do some exercise, sweat for a bit, let the water run through my body and awaken me to the sunlight streaming into the city, drinking more water, exercising a bit more, and then going to the bathroom and having a shower. I feel cool doing this on a regular basis. So what is the outcome? I have no stomach problems or indigestion. Plus, it helps me stay fit and even lose some weight.

Most of the guys think it a bad habit and a waste of time to take a quick nap after lunch. But I think it is healthy and helpful. Frankly, it has become my habit. After 20 minutes or half an hour of post-meal rest, my memory is clearer and my energy is back, so that I can execute my job without any problems.

After a week full of work, doing some exercise on the weekend is ideal. When you do exercises, the toxic sweat will be emitted through your pores, which leads to better breathing, good circulation of the blood and more strength. If you do some of these things weekly, you will feel fresh and energetic every day.

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