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We’re here to help you care for your whole self. Here’s what we recommend doing so you can strengthen your body, mind and spirit.

Check In With Your Doctor

Routinely seeing your primary care doctor could not only help prevent issues from happening, it’s also a time when you can discuss any health concerns you might have.

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Take Care of Your Heart

From heart-healthy exercises to routine screenings, there are plenty of ways to take care of your heart. And since it’s one of your most important organs, giving your heart special attention now can go a long way toward improving your future. Try eating more leafy greens and foods rich in antioxidants.

If you experience chest discomfort often, see a cardiologist to help make sure your heart is in good shape.

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Care for Your Muscles, Joints and Bones

Although your bones are already four times stronger than concrete, they still need plenty of calcium and vitamin D. So try incorporating more leafy green vegetables like broccoli and kale into your diet. And don’t forget to stretch before and after physical activity!

If you’re experiencing muscle, bone or joint discomfort, see an orthopedic doctor to help ease your symptoms.

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Nurture Your Relationships

Having a sense of community is good for your health. A strong support system can help you cope during troubling times, improve your mental health and even lower your blood pressure. That’s why it’s so important to nurture your relationships! Try setting a reminder on your phone to check in with loved ones every week.

Rest and De-stress

If your stress levels are high, prioritizing rest is essential. Taking time to decompress can help boost your mood and lower your stress. Incorporating rest into your daily routine — even if only for a few minutes — can have a lasting, beneficial effect on your health. Every day, try to find pockets of time for quiet stillness, and journal before bed.

Be More Active

Regular physical activity not only helps keep your body healthy, it can also lift your mind and mood. In fact, just 20 minutes of activity a day has been shown to increase the volume of your brain. Aim for at least 105+ minutes a week of physical activity and consider other forms of exercise like riding a bike, gardening or swimming. Bring a workout buddy to get loved ones involved.

Diversify Your Diet

The foods you use to fuel your body really matter. That’s why it’s so important to make sure enough fruits and vegetables make it to your plate. Eating three to four servings of fruits and vegetables a day can benefit your body, but can also boost your mind and mood. Start by picking your favorite vegetable, and making a recipe where it’s the main ingredient.

Make Time for Fun

Never underestimate the power of having fun. Laughing has been shown to not only decrease stress hormones, but it can also increase immune cells, improving your resistance to disease. Make a list of all the things that bring you joy, and make a plan to incorporate them into your daily life.

Care for Your Mental Health

A healthy mind is just as important as a healthy body. If you hardly pause to check in, or if you’re unsure what it means to take care of your mental health, you’re not alone. How you take care of your mind can be your own unique process, but try to include activities like journaling, quiet reflection, practicing positive self-talk or seeking professional counseling. Dedicate at least 60 minutes a week to your mental health and see just how much it can affect the whole you.

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