5 major things you need to do every morning

 Whenever we read things to do after we wake up, we get some unrealistic work lists, such as ``visualize the day before'' or say thank you. To be honest-not everyone can do this day after day. So let’s skip these and talk about steps that can be easily taken to make your morning happy.

1. Make sure you Drink a glass of water. 

This is the simplest method, but most of them are ignored. Drinking a glass or two of water in the morning (after brushing your teeth) can help start your metabolism, remove toxins and rehydrate your body. Think of it as an investment in health.

2. Get something to eat.

 Eating a breakfast will help you get rid of the feeling of sluggishness and make you feel fresh and full of energy. Advice: Don't take that pack of crepes in the morning. Healthy eating will set the tone for the rest of your day’s eating habits.

3. Stretch the body.

 Your body needs more sleep just like you want. Stretching exercises can wake up those muscles, make blood flow to all parts, and send a signal to your body to get you up and get ready for the day. If you have regular activities like this or plan to start working out, you can combine stretching with exercise or yoga. If you don't do this, stretching is sufficient.

4. Open the morning playlist.

 A playlist in the morning or a selection of favorite songs can instantly refresh your spirits and keep you calm and relaxed all day long. If you don't have a playlist, please create one. If it’s troublesome, please pick one you like and play it every morning.

5. You need to take a walk. 

Because It increases the health of the cardiovascular and lungs (heart and lungs), reduces the risk of heart disease and stroke, and also improves the management or stiffness of diseases such as high blood pressure (hypertension), high cholesterol, joint and musc

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