Yes, that much consumption does lead to more trips to the restroom, but that’s actually a good thing. SEE ALSO: The Single Life: In Case of Emergency Step 2: Get moving. We sit hunched over keyboards for hours on end, while our muscles stiffen and our rear ends spread. Take a friend along and you can split some of the bounty. Experts tell us adults generally need seven to nine hours of sleep a night.
The following suggestions are mostly common sense, but each person’s needs and physical condition are different, so implement these ideas at your own risk. I’m not always successful, but I began this process about a year ago and my intake is much higher than it used to be. Whether you’re training for a triathlon or walking the dog, try to add a little more movement into your day. There’s something about seeing all that beautiful fruit and veg that inspires healthier eating. SEE ALSO: The Single Life: My Furry Valentine Trust me, if you are ever seriously dehydrated you will be highly motivated to avoid that feeling ever again.