With the Christmas holiday approaching, most people set off on their trips to meet family and friends. The holidays are a glorious time to celebrate and spend time with family, but people tend to put their health and fitness on the back burner. This holiday you can make simple changes so that you stay healthy and on track, instead of having to play catch up in January.
1. Stay hydrated!!
This is the most important thing! The solution to pollution is dilution. If you are having more alcohol and sugar than usual, make sure you are drink loads of water and eating water-based veggies. This will negate the negative effects of indulging and keep your skin glowing as well!
2. Get enough sleep.
Although it may be difficult to get a lot of sleep with parties and busy days but it's super important to try and get some shut eye. Sleep helps the body reset and detox, something needed during a time of extra indulgence.
3. Sweat it out.
The best way to boost your energy and detox is to sweat it out. Lace up your trainers and go for a run or take a trip to the sauna. Either way, a good sweat will get rid of some toxins and leave you feeling refreshed and recharged. Slice is offering classes during the christmas season if you’re in London, check out our website for revised opening hours.
4. Don’t stress.
Stress does all types of bad things to our bodies. Although it's easy to get all caught up in the holiday madness, make sure you take some time out for yourself and relax. Your mind and body will thank you.
5. Reduce screen time.
It seems like you can never be fully caught up with all your socials. Everyone is populating your feed with their posts flaunting their holiday plans. Make sure you take some time to see life through your eyes instead of your phone camera. Life is so beautiful and it would be a shame to miss out because you were too preoccupied with your Instagram feed.
6. Have fun and treat yourself.
Most importantly, have so much fun with your friends and family. This is a time to relax and have that extra mince pie if you want it! No one likes the dieter at Christmas dinner anyway.
Happy Holidays to all of our lovely Slicers! Have a joyful time filled with lots of love and laughter.