3 Healthy Changes to Make to Your Everyday Routine

It can be so easy to forget about our health and wellbeing when our everyday lives are so busy and hectic. It is so essential to make sure that you are looking after yourself even if you are rushed off of your feet all the time, whether it’s because of your busy job, looking after the kids, or just modern-day life in general. Here are some healthy changes you can make to your everyday life that won’t cause too much disruption and take up a lot of your time.



Cycling doesn’t always have to be a strenuous long ride; you can cycle in short bursts throughout the day if that suits you better. For example, if you need to nip to the shops, why not cycle? This will not only get your blood pumping, but it will save you time in your busy day-to-day schedule as cycling is a lot faster than walking. Cycling is good for strengthening your lower body and is a fantastic cardio workout too. 

If you are going to be cycling more often, don’t forget to insure your bike first. This isn’t a legal requirement like when driving a car. However, cyclists are at high risk when out on the roads. This will ensure you are financially protected if your bike gets damaged or stolen.


Cold Shower

It can be tricky to work up the willpower to take a cold shower, but when you hear about the benefits it has to your health and wellbeing, you will realise that it is so worth it. Having a cold shower will stimulate your immune system, which in turn may improve it. It is terrific for your mental health. It helps you fully wake up and feel fully aware in the morning and accelerates your metabolism. There are so many more benefits to having a cold shower, and again, it will not take up any more of your time if you shower every day already. If you are nervous about taking a cold shower, try and build up the time you can stand it at the end of your current warm shower. As the days go on, you will be able to last longer in the coldness and may even learn to enjoy it!


Drink More Water

You may have heard this a thousand times, but it is just so important to drink at least eight cups of water a day. Drinking water can reduce your headaches and migraines; it helps your kidneys, it can improve your skin; it can boost your energy levels, and so much more. If you struggle with drinking water, or you tend to forget, treat yourself to a daily intake water bottle so you can keep on track every day.


These changes to your day to day life are small, but each can have a positive impact on your health.  Which one will you try first?  Let us know in the comments.

Mark Munroe is the Creator and EIC of ADDICTED. He's ADDICTED to great travel, amazing food, better grooming & probably a whole lot more!