1). Eat good and healthy food
The average Nigerian family/ home will eat 'eba' five times a week, beans on Saturday and rice on Sunday. It is good for us to map out a balanced diet table for the week consisting of vitamins, proteins, carbohydrates and of course with supplements of fruits. You should try as much as possible to cut down the intake of processed food and food high in calories. Go organic!
Because of the high cost of enrolling with a gym in Nigeria, most Nigerians find it hard to exercise. Well good news!, exercising does not only have to be inside the four walls of a gym, walking / jogging is a form of exercise. You can make it a point of duty to exercise each day especially jogging about 15 - 30 minutes and if you can, enrol with a gym house.
The benefits of exercise can not be underestimated, from boosting your mood to weight control and of course battling diseases such as high blood pressure, exercise is a sure way to live a healthier and happier life.
3). Rest and Sleep
Sleep helps to keep the brain and body refreshed. We should try as much as possible to get plenty of sleep keeping in mind the average recommended hours of sleep for an adult of about 7 - 8 hours a day.
4). Good Personal Hygiene
It is good to shower at least twice a day to keep the body and mind refreshed and not forgetting to wash your teeth twice daily. Also get a good anti perspirant to keep sweat minimal so you can always smell fresh and cool. Especially for the ladies, change your clothes and undergarments at least twice a day!
5). Engage in positive thinking
Positive thinking yields positive attitude, and positive attitude yields positive results. Your mind/ thinking has a huge effect on your overall life, positive thinking reduces stress!