Tips to keep your body healthy
1. Drinking Water ;
            Try to drink boiled, filtered and purified water and avoid drinking water directly from the taps            and the wells.
            Make drinking water a daily habit at set time. Do not drink water too much at once.
            Drink a glass of water as soon as you awake up in the morning.
           Gradually increase the frequency and volume of your body consumption till you reach the                    levels that's best for you.
           Flavour your water by drinking in fresh fruits (grapefruit, strawberries , lemon etc.) , veggee                 slices (cucumber, ginger , celery) and herbs (basil, mint).

2. Breathing ;
              Learn to breath through the nose rather than the mouth.
            Breath with the diaphragm, the air you breath in through your nose should go all the way                   down to your belly.
          Breath relaxed. No matter what we want to do, we do it better if we are relaxed.
           Breath silently. Coughing, snoring, sniffing and so on are suboptimal breaths in disguise.
3. Sleep ;
          Stick to sleep schedule.
          Go to bed and get up at the same time everyday. Even on weekends, holidays and days off.
          Don't go to bed either hungry or stuffed.
          Creat a bedtime ritual. Do the same things each night to tell your body it's time to wind down.
          Create the room that's ideal for sleeping.
4. Walking ;
           Start with slow short session and buil your way up gradually.
           Warm up and cool down your body after every walk.
           Watch your posture and walk tall and think of elongating your body.
          Walk fast enough to elevate your heart rate. However you should not be gasping for air.
          Don't worry about speed or distance. Just try to walk on a regular basis. Generally, a 30 minute          walk each day is sufficient exercise for the average adult.
5. Yoga;
          Learn fundamentals of yoga suited by attending classes to your age and physical level.
          There are many books written on the subject as well. Adopt a daily yoga routine.
          Find a calm, quiet space for your activity. Start off with the most basic exercises and postures            before moving on to more advanced techniques.
6. Cycling;
         Get a bicycle that's suited to your age and fitness level.
         Start off by cycling 3 to 4 times a week.
         Vary your pace on ride.
        Try cycling to work and back if possible, but avoid taking risks and ride safe.