New Year, New You: 5 Healthy New Year’s Resolution


After a long and possibly unhealthy holiday season, it may be the perfect time to consider making some lifestyle changes that can benefit your overall health and well-being. According to Health.com, about 1 in 3 people make resolutions to become healthier and better themselves. But do these resolutions stick? Well, not for most people. Less than half are sticking to their resolutions 6 months down the road.

While it’s not impossible, it can be a challenge to resolute to your New Year’s goals. The key is to make small changes that will really add up in the long run. Here are 5 healthy New Year’s resolutions to consider for a new you:

Quit smoking


Smoking cessation is one of the most popular New Year’s resolutions, and for good reason! Quitting can add years to your life. Your lungs will thank you!

Eat healthier

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Now that the holidays are over and the goodies are gone, don’t bring anymore unhealthy food in your house. Keep a food journal to keep track of your calories, and make sure your fridge and cupboards are stocked with healthy foods. Check out Nashua Nutrition for great health foods!

Exercise more

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Studies show that daily exercise leads to better sleep, increased vitality, and overall better health. A combination of cardio and strength training can do wonders for your mood and weight maintenance.

Get more sleep

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Sufficient sleep does more than give you energy; it can help to lessen your risk of type 2 diabetes and obesity, among other benefits.

Cut back on alcohol

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Excessive alcohol use not only leads to poor sleep and memory loss, it can also increase the risk of heart disease and cancers.

It’s probably no surprise that getting more sleep, eating healthier, and drinking less alcohol can improve your overall health and possibly help you to lose weight. Remember, make small changes gradually and you’ll be on your way to healthy New Year!

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