Stay Healthy and fit and Make your Dream Come True
Opportunity knocks the door but once. And I think Nobody should miss that oppurtinty.Life opens the doors to countless new adventures and new opportunities to explore. In the process of moving to your host country, it’s easy to neglect your health and simply focus on living in the moment.
If you are going another country or city for education than you must read this article. I understand that it can take time to learn about local foods and get your kitchen set up to cook healthier meals, and settling for quicker, unhealthy meals is a natural short-term response. But let me tell you should never neglect your health as well. In this article we will give some health advice which you should add in your daily routine to avoid health issues.
Travel By Bike
One of our favorite ways to stay healthy while living abroad is to adopt the European standard of using bikes as your primary means of transportation. Commuting distances may prevent you from regularly biking to work, but traveling by bike to your office or town center serves as an excellent source of exercise, and can give you an added appreciation for your new surroundings.
Drink Plenty of Water
Adjusting to a new country can take a toll on your body if not properly hydrated. Changes in altitude or temperature can significantly change the amount of water that your body needs to be at its best, so listen to your body’s cues and drink water whenever you feel thirsty
Practice Portion Control
Moving to a new country opens the doors to completely new cuisine. Unfortunately, the desire to try all of the local dishes can quickly add a few inches to your waistline if not monitored. The best way to have your cake and eat it too is to practice portion control.
Get Plenty of Sleep
Sleep may seem an unnecessary luxury to many expats, especially as you settle into a new job and explore your host country. However, sleep deprivation can weaken your immune system, and leave you vulnerable to local sicknesses that your immune system is not accustomed to.