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What You Should Leave the House With Every Day to Stay Healthy

Usually, when you leave the house, you are grabbing your keys and purse and rush out. When you are on the go, often the last thing on your mind is your health. However, you can still improve your health by adding a few simple habits to your exit routine. Here are three things you should never leave the house without.


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A Fitness Tracker


A huge part of your daily fitness routine is tracking your daily steps. This is such a simple way to make sure that you are getting enough exercise each day. Fitness trackers not only track your steps, but they provide you with something so many of us lack: accountability. It may seem like a little thing, but something as simple as wearing a tracking device can offer you a powerful way to hold yourself accountable. You would be amazed at how motivating it can be to simply reach a daily goal of going a certain number of steps. Why not make your day-to-day errands count for something and get a fitness tracker?



A Water Bottle


Drinking more water might be the number one habit to incorporate into your routine this year. Taking a water bottle everywhere you go improves your health in many ways. The first is staying hydrated. The number of maladies that stem from improper hydration is staggering, ranging from headaches to fatigue. Second, drinking water throughout the day keeps you stay sated and helps you resist the urge to snack. Third, drinking water helps all your major organs, including brain function. Finally, drinking water helps your mouth produce saliva, which can wash away bad bacteria.


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Hand Sanitizer


With an abundance of viruses and bacteria lurking around everywhere, it is a good idea to always have a small bottle of hand sanitizer available. When you can’t wash your hands with soap and water, hand sanitizer is the next best thing. There are a host of studies that show that frequent handwashing is one of the best ways to stop the spread of germs. Use it whenever you have been in direct contact with public facilities and a sink is not near, especially in high traffic areas and right before you eat.


Put a bottle of hand sanitizer in your purse, start wearing a fitness tracker, and always keep a reusable bottle of water with you. Incorporating these three simple habits into your daily routine will go a long way to helping you be healthier. It couldn’t be easier!


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