New Year’s Resolutions

Regardless of whether your New Year's resolution is to read more books or to spend less time watching tv, willpower is the key!

The New Year is when we start to think about the past and reflect on how we can improve ourselves for the coming year. It's the time to reflect on the changes we need to make and commit to them—now is the time to make a New Year's resolution!

The desire for self-improvement is a goal shared by many, which is why many of us in the first place make a New Year's Resolution. However, sadly only a few of us stick to our resolutions, with experts estimating only about 8% commit to the very end. 

Improving your general fitness
We know that the benefits of regular exercise are important. Studies show that improving your fitness, improves your mood, mental state and also reduces the risk of some cancers. 

Eat Better
Exercise is just part of achieving the body you want. It's the combination of keeping up your fitness and eating better that is going to get the results you want. 

Quit smoking
If this is the year you plan to quit smoking, there are plenty of over the counter nicotine replacement therapies to help. Even if you've previously tried and failed, keep working at it.

Sleep more
Tired of being tired? There are many benefits to getting a good night’s sleep. It can help keep your metabolism steady; it also helps you concentrate, and makes you less likely to get ill.

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