Finally, the holiday is almost here! You definitely can’t wait to enjoy the holidays, right? So that you can enjoy your vacation to the full, remember to keep paying attention to your body’s health.
- Important hand hygiene.
An easy way to maintain health is to maintain hand hygiene. Remember, wash your hands especially before eating and after activity to prevent the transmission of germs! Don’t underestimate hand washing habits – this simple action can help prevent the risk of contracting the disease or getting irritated. Also, bring wet tissue or hand sanitizer wherever you go to clean your hands easily!
- Maintain body hydration.
Do you rarely carry water bottles in a bag while traveling? Ladies, it’s time to make it a habit. Bringing your own bottle of water is very useful for maintaining body hydration, especially when on vacation! Besides saving and reducing plastic waste, consuming enough water can also provide energy, prevent headaches, and reduce the risk of constipation.
- Avoid overeating.
Many Japanese people follow the concept of a wise diet, namely “nutrient Hachi bu”. That is, eat until you are 80% full! When on vacation, remember to keep portions and not overeat every time you are faced with a buffet table. Cosmo understands if you don’t want to “lose”, but try to be wise. Choose dishes that are quality and nutritious so you have the energy to run the day! Also, pay attention to your food choices – eating raw foods such as salads or seafood is quite risky if the place to eat does not maintain cleanliness.
Want to maintain a flat stomach? Avoid sugary drinks and excessive alcohol consumption,
- Protect the skin.
Before leaving the inn every morning, ask yourself: “Have I applied sunscreen?” If not, stop your activity and use sunscreen first! This is the most important step to maintain healthy face and body skin while on vacation. If you are visiting a tropical place with a high insect population, bring lotion or anti-insect spray to avoid annoying bites.
- Increase the consumption of vitamins and fruit.
Vitamin C is your best friend. A strong immune system is needed so that you don’t get sick while on vacation, and one easy way to maintain health is to increase the consumption of vitamins. At breakfast, eat fruits that are rich in vitamin C such as oranges, kiwi and dragon fruit. In addition, you can also bring supplements and probiotics to improve the body’s immune system.