So Valentine’s Day is around the corner. Many of you would be going out with your loved one’s and promising each other life-long partnership and wishing good health for your valentine. How about you, along with your valentine, adapt some healthy practices? These are the few things you can start on Valentine’s Day
Assess your own and your partner’s health. You know your partner’s favourite food, favourite colour, favourite song and a lot about their likes and dislikes. But how much do you know about their health? Once done, we will create a Personal Health Record for you where you can store your health documents and track your health. You can also create a personal health profile for your partner. Take Health Risk Assessment
Plan a fitness activity together. Get up a little early in the morning and go for a run or cycling together. Regular physical activity can help keep you weight in check, reduce your risk of heart disease and some cancers, improve mental health and mood, and increase your time on earth. More time with your loved one, eh.
Join a gym together. New Years came and went. You had several resolutions. How about acting on those resolutions? Experts believe that doing physical exercises together, increases closeness between partners and relationship strengthens. You can find gyms at our partner website: Class Verse. Use code CVAIH to get discount on your first month membership
Start eating healthy together. Food does bring people together. According to Lydia Hanich, MA, psychotherapist and author of Honey, Does This Make My Butt Look Big? “The advantages of dieting together include mutual support and inspiring one another. With better health as a mutual goal, decisions about what foods to buy and prepare and where to dine out are typically easier for couples determined to lose weight. One will not have to make two separate meals and you can share a bowl of sprouts together rather than a bowl of ice cream. Looking to make a diet plan together? Ask our partners – Quanutrition.
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