Health Tips To Keep In Mind While On Vacation
Walk, Walk, and Walk.
Walking can be a GREAT form of exercise. Also, who doesn't love to explore while they are on vacation? WALK to that special landmark you want to check out. WALK down the stairs instead of taking the elevator in your hotel. WALK whenever possible while on vacation and stretch your legs. You may even be surprised at how relaxing it is to walk more, when possible, versus driving. Really take this new place in. You're exercising, but having fun all at the same time!
Keep Drinking Plenty of Water.
Some vacations can feel like you're constantly on-the-go. You may end up drinking whatever is convenient, but you need to make a point to still drink plenty of water while you are vacation. Stay hydrated and give your body the water it needs. Just because there is a soda machine nearby, that doesn't mean you need to have one. Stay prepared, bring yourself a refillable water bottle. Water is usually FREE. Save that soda money and enjoy a refreshing drink of water!
Don't Forget to Sleep.
Sometimes, when your routine gets changed, and yes, that can happen while on vacation, your sleep may be affected. It's still important that you get your 7-8 hours of sleep each night, regardless if you are on vacation or not. Try a few breathing exercises before bed if you're struggling to fall asleep. Calm your body and get to a comfortable state of mind.
Have Peace of Mind Regarding Your Health Before You Go On Vacation With COMC!
Getting a health check-up and making sure you have nothing to worry about BEFORE you go on vacation can really give you that peace of mind that you're craving. If you are concerned about something, get your answers BEFORE you leave, so you best know how to prepare yourself. We can help with that. Call Central Ozarks Medical Center today. We serve patients of all ages and accept patients with and without insurance and offer a sliding fee scale based on income and family size. For all phone numbers and locations, please visit our website at www.CentralOzarks.org.
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