What is the definition of being fit? Having six pack abs or huge biceps or an hour glass figure or spending 2-3 hours in the gym or running? No, being fit means having a balance between your physical and mental well-being. If you are healthy mentally, you would be healthy physically, they both go hand in hand. In today’s day and age, we live in a world of zoom, Instagram, mobiles, junk food, and stress. There is no digital cleansing because practically everything is happening virtually today, and due to that there is no cleansing of you body in the form of any kind of workout as you have to sit in front of your laptops and phones for at least 18 hours a day.
In this situation, we are bound to feel demotivated, procrastinated, lethargic, have the urge to eat junk, not sleep on time, not head out, not move our bodies. We have to get out of this zone and push ourselves to create a routine where we are catering to our mental and physical wellness needs. Waking up early in the morning, getting a workout keeps you energised and productive and also calm. This caters to your physical wellness needs.
Meditating, staying close to nature, digital detox everyday, self care, doing the things that you love doing, staying in touch with loved ones is what caters to you mental wellness needs. We must be aware and sensitive towards them in order to lead a healthy and happy lifestyle for ourselves and our loved ones as well.
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