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One Minute Health Tips



If you are not taking steps to have healthier habits in your life because you say you don’t have enough time,  imagine if your problem was solved. If you have one minute,  you can become healthier in a flash. We consulted with doctors and dentists to bring you minute makeover tips to help you be healthier at the moment.

Move Your Body

Taking a mini one-minute movement break every hour can improve your physical appearance. If you sit at a desk all day, chances are you are not getting a lot of physical activity during the day. Set your timer for one -five minutes every hour, and take a mini-break. You can step outside or walk around the office. Getting up to move your body each day will make a giant impact on your mental health too.

Snack on an Eggs

Eggs have nutritional benefits that can improve your physical and mental health. They are low in calories and high in protein. Eggs are also good at fighting diseases and bacteria infections in the body because they are loaded with antioxidants.

Drink Water

Drinking more water can help improve your health instantly. Water flushes out your system and can aid in improving your oral health. People who drink a lot of water will often have clearer skin, more mental clarity and often they weigh less.

Mini Peep Talk

How often do we peep talk ourselves? Most of the time, if anything we talk down to ourselves and belittle our actions. Where you ate too much food, or you said something you wish you hadn’t talked down to yourself can have a negative effect on your mental and physical health. Instead, opt for a more joyful experience by talking kindly to yourself. You can give yourself a mini peep talk, which can help you feel better instantly.

Go Outside

Go outside and breathe in the fresh air. Sometimes the day-to-day grind can stress a body and mind out. Taking mental moments to reach in the fresh air can make a large impact on your overall sense of happiness.

Pet a furry Friend

If you have a pet, go spend time with them. Taking a moment to pet a furry friend can improve your mental health. Many doctors will use therapy dogs to help aid people in healing from depression. Dogs and cats can have a natural way of healing people they are with. They can teach people the art of unconditional love and support. If you do not have a pet you can volunteer at an animal shelter and also help the community.

Brush Your Teeth

After each meal, take a moment to brush your teeth. You can do this at work or even when you travel, by packing a mini-sized toothbrush and toothpaste. Brushing your teeth each day after snacks or meals can improve your smile and mental health.