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New Year, New You: 13 Resolutions for Your Health in 2024 | health news


As we step into the promising embrace of 2024, it’s time to stop and consider the heartfelt commitment we can make to our own well-being. In the hustle and bustle of our daily lives, often dictated by tight schedules and pressing responsibilities, we unknowingly put aside the essence that keeps us going – our health.

The start of a new year is like a blank canvas, giving us a fresh start, a chance to reevaluate our habits and a gentle nudge towards a healthier lifestyle. Recent global events have highlighted the fragility of life, reinforcing the critical need to protect both our physical and mental well-being.

In these challenging times, making a resolution to prioritize health is not only a commitment to ourselves but also an investment in the resilience needed to face the uncertainties ahead. Whether it’s eating a more balanced diet, adding regular exercise to our daily routine, or setting aside moments for mental rejuvenation, the choices we make now will reverberate in the coming months and shape our future.

Here are some tips shared by Dr. Ajit Menon, Senior Interventional Cardiologist at Sir HN Reliance Foundation Hospital for a healthy and happy year ahead.

13 Fitness Resolutions for a Healthy 2024

1. Adopt lifestyle changes for healthy living

2. Moderation in your diet. Avoid oily and fried foods

3. Cut down on sugar. All types of sugar, molasses etc.

4. Exercise regularly. Do not overdo exercise

5. ⁠For those who don’t have access to a gym, just walking/cycling/swimming is great. Use body weight for strength training.

6. Drink enough fluids. Avoid excessive but not dehydration

7. Adequate sleep. At least 6 to 7 hours of proper sleep

8. Avoid smoking completely and stay away from recreational drugs

9. Avoid alcohol

10. Manage stress better. It is important that the stress response

11. Check your heart health regularly with your doctor

12. Control and treatment of blood pressure

13. Control diabetes and keep it in check

After all, a healthy mind and body is not just a luxury but the foundation for a rich and purposeful life.