It's finally summer and it's the time where you should be full of energy and ready to go on countless adventures. Plus, you should stay up endless hours around bonfires and be ready to rave at concerts until you have no voice left.
Everyone looks forward to the weekend. It's like a mini vacation from the work week and you are literally free to do whatever you want, sleep in until whenever see whoever and even spend the whole weekend without pants if you really feel inclined to.
Have you ever sat in your doctor's office and listened to the “eat healthy” speech, rolled your eyes and got ready to go grab a burger as soon as you left? We all have.
If you eat a balanced diet and work out regularly, but can't get 7-8 hours of sleep a night all other efforts to stay healthy seem pointless. Sleep should be a priority in everyone's lives, it lets your body rejuvenate and get ready for the next day.
Imagine last night you went bar hopping and the drinks were flowing freely. The DJ was on point and you felt like you were on top of the world. This morning, however, you felt like you were under its weight.
Fall is right around the corner, and even though you should have been taking care of yourself this whole time, now is really the time to get your immune system in shape to prepare yourself for winter.
The best part of the day is when you get to crawl into your comfy bed and drift off to sleep. In a perfect world, you could get 8-9 hours and wake up refreshed and ready to take on whatever life throws your way.
Your immune system is your first line of defense against all things buggy and flu-like, so why wouldn't you take care of it all year round? Summer is the worst time to be sick, so now is the time to really amp up your self-care.