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When you become more cautious about the way you live your life, you’ll realize that there are many positive benefits that these little changes in your habit can do. When you’re healthy, remember that it’s not just your physical health that benefits from it. Your emotional, psychological, and mental well-being do, as well. So, there’s absolutely no reason for you not to place focus on your overall well-being.

There’s no better way to feel like the best version of yourself and to drive illnesses away than to practice good health and hygiene habits. If you’re looking for any positive change in your life to do this year, it’s always a good idea to give utmost attention to overall wellness.

To help you start, here are some insightful tips to apply daily:

  1. Keep Your Yoga Mat Clean

So, you’ve decided to start yoga. Good for you. That’s a good decision to make, as you can truly enjoy many benefits from yoga. It can help you relax, meditate, have quiet time, while also getting good exercise to give those muscles a good stretch.

But, if you want to maximize your health, there’s one thing you’ve got to be very cautious about your yoga mat.

While it may seem like an all-too-simple task to keep your yoga mat clean, unfortunately, this is also often neglected. Even if you’re the only one using your mat, remember that your exercise leaves you sweating. This leads to dead skin cells falling off, sweat particles, and perhaps also the dirt from the floor that sticks on your mat. Hence, you shouldn’t neglect to give your yoga mat a good clean.

A good way to remember to keep your yoga mat clean after every use is to carry with you in every session products like a Moxe yoga mat spray.

  1. Purify The Air At Home

The quality of the air you breathe has a tremendous effect on your health. So, this isn’t something for you to neglect. Especially now that people are spending more time indoors than they’ve ever done before, all the more that this should be a priority. You wouldn’t want to feel as if you’re safe inside your home, when, in fact, the air you’re inhaling is dirty.

That said, here are some simple tips on how you can improve your home’s air quality:

  • Open your windows. This is the simplest and cheapest way to improve air quality! Open your windows whenever you can. Even just five minutes a day is more than enough to lessen the risk of accumulation of harmful pollutants inside your home.
  • Take your shoes off. Bringing your shoes inside your home doesn’t just make your floor dirty, but it also increases the number of bacteria you’re bringing into your air. Imagine all the gross substances your shoes had been stepping on an entire day. Surely, you wouldn’t want to bring them inside your home.
  1. Wash Your Hands Frequently

Especially as of writing when the world is still battling the pandemic, all the more that there’s a pressing weight of importance placed on frequent handwashing. Most certainly so, as frequent handwashing is still one of the best ways to prevent the spread of disease.

Just think about all the surfaces your hands’ touch every day. If you don’t wash regularly, you’re just passing on germs, bacteria, and viruses from one place and person to another.

For the best results, you must also learn how to practice proper handwashing. Here’s how:

  • Wet your hands thoroughly with water and soap;
  • Scrub your hands with soap for, at least, 20 seconds;
  • Dry your hands with a towel or air dry.
  1. Take A Bath Regularly
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In most instances, it’s always recommended to take a bath every day, especially if you’re out working the entire day, exposed to people, or if you live in a tropical country. For instance, if you’re a health worker exposed to different patients with varying diseases every day, you shouldn’t end the day without a bath.

But, in instances when taking daily baths isn’t doable, such as in extreme winter conditions, do bathe, at least, every other day. This includes washing your hair thoroughly as well. Remember that the human body is consistently shedding off dead skin and other particles. When not washed off, this stays on the skin and can lead to allergies and illnesses.

Plus, you wouldn’t want to bring with you to bed all the bacteria and dust your body had been exposed to in the day.

  1. Brush Your Teeth 

At a minimum, brush your teeth twice a day. If possible, do it three times.

When you talk about overall well-being, don’t neglect oral health. It’s more than the aesthetics and warding off bad breath. Good oral health is very important to keep the tongue, mouth, and throat clean. More so, it’s also a proactive way to keep your heart healthy.

You wouldn’t want dirt and bacteria to multiply and breed in your mouth and throat area which also leads to the air passage for important organs like your heart and lungs.

  1. Trim Your Nails

Long nails are very beautiful to have. But, they’re not exactly the cleanest. When your nails are always long, dirt can easily get stuck between the fingernails. You wouldn’t want to end up having infected nail beds.

As to your feet, keeping your toes clean is also an effective way of driving away potential diseases like Athlete’s foot.

  1. Wear Clean Clothes

Just because you’ve only worn your clothes inside your home, this doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t wash them. Remember that you still get exposed to bacteria and germs even when you’re just at home. Think of all the chores you do that expose you to these, like cleaning the bathroom, for instance.

Hence, it should also form part of your routine to wash your clothes all the time. As much as possible, do a load of laundry every day so that this doesn’t accumulate. More so, whatever bacteria that may have stuck on your shirt won’t breed. They’re washed off by your antibacterial detergent right away. Otherwise, you might be clothing yourself (literally) with germs and viruses.


These tips above should shed light that taking care of your wellness doesn’t have to be big and expensive. Even the little habits you do every day can make a huge impact. It’s really about waking up and making that conscious effort to love yourself even more. This self-love can only be completed when you take good care of your overall well-being. Start today.