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From Sleeping Soundly To Learning Continuously, These Are The Signs Of Good Health

Celebrity nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar shares some signs of good health.
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Celebrity Nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar says good health comes in all shapes, sizes & weight, and to get healthy, one doesn’t have to lose weight. 

The term "health" refers to a complete state of physical, mental, and social well-being, rather than simply the absence of disease or infirmity.

A variety of elements influence one's health and good health depends on a wide range of factors. Informing about some of the signs of good health, Nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar shared a post. In the caption she wrote, " just some of the signs of good health, come in all shapes, sizes & weight. You don’t have to lose weight to get healthy. Don’t you agree?" 

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1. Sleeping Soundly

sound sleep

A good sleep is just as important for health as diet and exercise. If you are getting good sleep on a regular basis of around 7-8 hours, then it's a good sign. Good sleep improves your brain performance, mood, and health. However, not getting enough quality sleep on a regular basis increases the risk of a variety of diseases and disorders.

2. Forgiving Easily 

Unresolved conflict can have far-reaching consequences for your physical health that you may be unaware of. However when you are able to forgive people, it is good for your mental health. Forgiveness is an active process in which you make a conscious decision to let go of unpleasant feelings regardless of whether the person deserves it or not. This can help you develop a more forgiving attitude while also benefiting your emotional and physical health. 

If you are able to forgive people easily means you are making your mental health a priority. This is a good sign.

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3. Relishing Meals

relishing meals

Eating with pleasure, satisfaction, and enjoyment is an important part of maintaining excellent health. Likewise, negative eating emotions such as guilt, anxiety, shame, and judgement have actual consequences for our health and well-being, which are not good.

4. Exercising Regularly

Physical activity and exercise can enhance your health and lower your risk of getting a variety of diseases. Exercise on a regular basis is an indication of good health.

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5. Clearing Stomach Efficiently

When your gut health is good, your overall health improves. If you don't have to go to the bathroom too frequently to relieve yourself. This just signifies you have an excellent digestive system.

Regular bowel movements are an excellent predictor of health, and if you're emptying your stomach every day at a rate that's normal for you, it's a positive sign that your digestive system and the rest of your body are in good working order.

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6. Laughing Loudly 

laughing loudly

Nothing is more important than feeling happy, which is the biggest sign of a healthy body and mind. If you find yourself laughing out loud and loving every minute, it's a good indicator.

7. Learning Continuously

How many markers of good health do you have? Do share your thoughts with us by leaving a comment on our Facebook or Instagram pages. I wish you the best of health and happiness.

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