Oh, you don't have any bad habits? C'mon. You're totally lying, Rachel. We all have 'em.
And it's okay - it's all part of being human! But that doesn't mean we shouldn't try to correct them, right?
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Whether you're constantly downing coffee to make you feel 'full' or inhaling your entire pantry post-workout, here are seven unhealthy habits that will make you feel like utter poo, and some helpful tips to correct them.
1. Not getting enough sleep.
Are you getting enough sleep? You might not be, you know.
If you're constantly waking up tired (SAME) and reluctantly climbing out of bed every morning (also, SAME), this is a good sign you're not clocking enough of hours. And it's not doing you any favours.
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A lack of adequate sleep can affect a whole heap of things, making you moody, irritable and stressed. It can also mess with your ability to learn and retain information. No good.
Like c'mon, there's seriously nothing worse than crawling through the day, from meeting to meeting, with a fuzzy mind and super heavy lids. It SUCKS.
Sleep is not only crucial for keeping your mind fresh and performing optimally, but it's also a pivotal factor in maintaining a healthy weight.
A Harvard Medical study said, "Most experts have concluded that getting enough high-quality sleep may be as important to health and wellbeing as nutrition and exercise".