Staying Healthy Before Your Wedding

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The couple of weeks before your wedding day are full of making sure everything is set and ready for the big day, which can cause a lot of stress. It is easy to get caught up in preparing for your big day, and it is just as easy to forget to take care of yourself. You want to be the healthiest and happiest you that you can be on your wedding day. Here are a few tips on how to stay healthy before your big day.

Sleep: The only reason why everyone knows that you are supposed to get eight hours of sleep each night is because it is true. Everyone needs at least eight hours of sleep. Sleep does more than let your body rest, getting enough hours of sleep helps your mood and immune system.

Eat three meals a day: There is no safe or healthy way to lose 10 pounds in a short amount of time. You need the nutrition for your body to stay healthy and to keep going. Eat healthy snacks that are high in metabolism and full of vitamins. You want to get all of your vitamins in to help fight off colds and energize your body.

De-stress: Stress is common to occur a few weeks before your wedding day. Stressing out about your wedding constantly is not healthy and can distract you from getting things done. If you struggle with stress, there are ways to calm it down. Working out, meditating, yoga, taking a warm bath, and getting a massage are good stress outlets. Other ways to reduce stress include writing to clear your brain of everything that is bothering you, your feelings, and your worries.

Organize and make lists: When things are cluttered, it is frustrating and can make it harder to find things and get things done. Organizing helps you know in your head where everything is. Making lists will take the stress out of all of the things you need to do. You won’t have to worry about what you need to get done, it’s all on paper.

Drink water: Staying hydrated is good for your body. Drinking water isn’t only good for your insides, by drinking water it moisturizes your skin and clears it up as well. Drinking water will also help replace the water that is lost from tears of stress, anger, and excitement.

Do something non-wedding related every once in a while: Focusing on your wedding 24/7 without any breaks is not good for you. Take a break and relax with your friends, family, or soon-to-be husband.

About the Author: Becca is a guest contributor from The Perfect Card Box, a company that specializes in creating perfect card box for your big day.