Change mindset to get healthy

How to Change your Mindset and Get Healthy

How do you change your mindset to get healthy? You might be thinking, I have tried everything, and it only worked for a while. I would say the most important factor, in committing to your health, starts with your mindset and intention. Once you have that in place, you can always work on your health goals. Let me outline 4 ways to help you get the best mindset:


Set realistic goals

It's important to set achievable goals that align with your lifestyle, schedule, and health status. Don't try to overhaul your entire life overnight; instead, take small steps that you can sustain in the long term. For example, commit to a 30-minute walk every day, or substitute sugary drinks with water.


Recently, I have set journaling for 5 minutes as my daily goal. find yours and share it with me in the comments below.


Positive self-talk

I can’t emphasize this enough, our self-talk (thoughts) trigger our emotions, so when you negatively self-talk to yourself, that will trigger negative emotions, and those thoughts might not even be true at all! Your mindset plays a significant role in your health journey. Instead of criticizing yourself for unhealthy habits, try to shift your focus to the positive changes you're making. Practice positive self-talk, such as "I'm proud of myself for choosing a healthy snack," or "I'm capable of making positive changes in my life.”


Why don't you start today to change your mindset to get healthy? Maybe you can start today by saying “I am proud of myself for reading this blog, I am taking the step toward a healthier lifestyle”

Another way to help us change the habit of negative talk, according to Gabby Bernstein's book, Super Attractor, outlines this simple 3-step method: 1. recognize the negative thought. 2. Thank and forgive that thought 3. Change it to a positive thought.


Celebrate small wins

I know this might seem trivial, but believe me it has a huge impact over time, it will definitely help change your mindset to be healthy. Our brain is wired in a way that when we celebrate something it triggers an emotion of satisfaction and would want us to do more of what we were doing to trigger that satisfying feeling. Celebrating your progress, no matter how small can help you stay motivated and committed to your health journey. Take time to acknowledge your achievements, no matter how small they may seem. For example, if you managed to exercise three times this week, celebrate by treating yourself to a relaxing bubble bath or a favorite meal.

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Remember, my friend, that committing to a healthier lifestyle is a journey, not a destination. Be patient with yourself, celebrate your progress, and enjoy the process!

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