8 Wellness Trends To Follow In 2022

Walking is the most popular physical activity in the world and one of the healthiest things we can do for our bodies.

Wellness Trends to follow in 2022

Dr. Ankit Singhal, Pulmonologist, Sri Balaji Action Medical Institute, New Delhi

  1. Regular Revitalizing Walking  

Walking is the most popular physical activity in the world and one of the healthiest things we can do for our bodies. According to ROCKPORT Survey, 53% of Vs are walking one to five miles more per day as compared to the pre-pandemic statistics and we have every reason to keep it up.

  1. Keep it simple 

I was onto something when I committed to spending my life, focusing on getting enough water, eating fruits & vegetables and keeping stress at bay.

  1. Synchronizing physical training & mind-body connection 

Amalgamating physical training with mind-body connection is needed nowadays. Current trends suggest Moderate to high-Intensity workouts with mindful practices like progressive muscle relaxation, meditation & biofeedback to achieve positive well being

  1. Avoid Tobacco & Related products 

Cigarette smoking & tobacco usage is a major causes of lung cancer, oral cavity cancer & COPD, so start avoiding it as early as possible.

  1. Minimize Exposure to Outdoor Air Pollution

The air quality outside can vary from day to day and sometimes it’s unhealthy to breathe. You should avoid morning walks, always wear face masks whenever there is a higher pollution level outside.

  1. Avoid Exposure to Indoor pollutants that can damage your lungs

Second-hand smoke, chemicals at home or workplace can worsen lung disease. so try & make your surrounding smoke free

  1. Prevention is better than cure 

Follow COVD Appropriate behaviour such as frequent washing your hands with soap or sanitiser, Social Distancing, wearing of face marks, avoiding Crowded places etc. So that you can prevent yourself & others from getting infections.

  1. Regular Follow-ups, medication & vaccination

You have to regularly schedule your follow up with your medication, your doctors & keep up your vaccination – up to date.

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