You may have heard it said that plastic surgery can substitute the need for eating well and working out. Well whoever told you that is completely incorrect. Cosmetic surgery has many uses – lifting, nipping, tucking and more. However, being active and healthy should be a part of your daily routine. Sleep is also of the essence.
Put good nutrition, adequate sleep and quality exercise into your days so that you can be the best you. You can’t expect to get surgery, then eat Cheetos, cake and tortilla chips as the staple foods in your diet and maintain a healthy version of yourself. It’s just not reasonable and highly unfeasible.
If you have a hard time making the lifestyle change for putting better things into your piehole, getting eight hours of sleep and staying active, start small. Start with something. Pick foods that you know you need to take out of your daily diet and slowly remove them over days, weeks and months. Set a bedtime for yourself so that you can have the energy you need for each day. When you don’t sleep enough, there are hormones in your body that are released and tell you that you are hungry when you’re not. Get sleep to avoid this. And of course, get moving. Start with walking 10 minutes a day if you have a sedentary lifestyle. Do something. Just get going. You can slowly work your way into other forms of fitness activity. The point is that you should start, then maintain.
You can do this. Take it in stride. You get eating, sleeping and moving, and we’ll keep augmenting, tightening and lifting. Here’s to health.