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Boosting Health And Happiness At Home: An Essential Checklist.

September 4, 2016 by  
Filed under Health & Wellness, Weekly Columns

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(ThySistas.comMost of us recognize the importance of creating a happy, healthy home. But how do you achieve this goal? It’s not always possible to keep illness at bay and prevent accidents. But these handy hints may help you to create a healthier, safer and more uplifting environment at home.

Tackle hazards

Everyone should feel safe in their own home. If you’re living among damp walls or exposed wires, there’s likely to be a high risk of injury. Nobody wants to be treading on eggshells when they’re moving from one room to another. If you have issues at home, make it your priority to sort them out. Make sure electrical appliances are checked regularly. Invest in smoke alarms and fit carbon monoxide2017black-woman-at-home_exclude detectors. Call an electrician to sort out issues with wiring, and get a plumber to resolve problems with leaks or blockages. The sooner you find solutions, the lower the risk of somebody getting hurt. Accidents happen, and often, the way you react makes all the difference. Early treatment can prevent things from getting worse. This is why it’s always a good idea to have first aid supplies at home. If you don’t, look out for first aid kits that comply with regulations from Hipac.

Design a happy home

Health is not just about being free from illnesses that affect your body. It’s also concerned with your psychological wellbeing. Today, many of us are under pressure, and stress is incredibly common. More and more people are also fighting conditions like anxiety and depression. Sometimes, the way you design your home can help to lift your mood, and help you feel more relaxed. Natural light is proven to make you feel more energized, and certain colors can alter your mood. Yellow is perceived as an optimistic shade while pastels can soothe and calm you. Scattering plants around your home helps to improve air quality. But it can also have a positive impact on mental health. A study conducted in 2008 showed that hospital patients enjoyed significant benefits from having flowers and plants in their rooms. Researchers found that they had lower blood pressure and required lower doses of pain relief.

Insure your home

Many of us catastrophize unnecessarily. We’ll worry that the worst will happen and seek out some sort of protection to put our minds at ease. Insurance can provide this, alleviating pressure and anxiety and letting you rest assured that there’s little to worry about. But this isn’t all it does. It genuinely protects you financially. Should something happen to your home, paying those monthly premiums will have entitled you to a pay out that will help you to replace or repair anything that has been lost, stolen or damaged. So, put yourself at ease and protect your home with a reliable policy from trustworthy home and auto insurance brokers.

Work together

Being healthy is a lifestyle choice that can benefit the entire family unit. If you’re eager to drop bad habits and focus on your health, do it together as a team. Make a conscious effort to buy nutritious foods and adopt a balanced diet. Get out and about and enjoy the wonders Mother Nature has to offer. Move more, and exercise together. You’ll reap physical and psychological rewards. But you’ll also get to spend quality time together. Encourage, support, and motivate each other. Set shared goals and reward yourselves when you reach them.

Good mental and physical health is something we should all work towards. We all get ill from time to time, but there are things we can do to try and prevent injuries and poor health. These handy tips will hopefully help you to create a healthier, happier home. Good luck!

Staff Writer; Stacy Lewis


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