Getting Healthy for your Wedding

December 13, 2019

Getting Healthy for your Wedding

Now that you’ve set the date for your wedding, it’s officially time to start the wedding planning process. Soon, you’ll be setting up appointments with vendors, checking out beautiful venues, and finalizing that never-ending guest list! It’s easy to feel overwhelmed and burnt out from checking off the boxes on your to-do list, and all that stress can take a toll on your physical health. Here are a few tips to help you stay healthy and stress free during your wedding planning journey.

 

Eat Right & Stay On Track

When you feel your best, you look your best (or so the saying goes). A well-balanced diet is an important factor in leading a healthy lifestyle. By incorporating a diet filled with the proper nutrients, you can lose or maintain weight, improve your memory, and have an overall positive impact on your mood. Changing your diet can start with small habits like drinking more water, or choosing to cook your own meals instead of ordering take out. Try finding a diet that will allow you to feel full and energized! You could even look for a consistent and nutrient-dense weight loss plan that can fill your diet with the essentials you need to be a healthy couple.

 

Get Some Sleep

Sometimes it feels like there is just too much to get done when you’re planning a wedding! There’s always one more detail to plan, an email to respond to, or an unexpected last-minute task you forgot to prepare. As good as it feels to get things done, it’s important that you develop and maintain a consistent sleeping schedule.

A good night’s sleep is important for our physical and emotional health. Sleep can help lower stress, help your body maintain its current weight, and fight against possible sickness and infection. In order to get the best sleep possible, start getting ready for bed by putting your phone away, or getting into bed with a book to read. When you develop a usual nighttime routine, your body can prepare for sleep and allow you to get the recommended 7 to 9 hours a night.

 

Hit the Gym Regularly

Now that you’ve set your wedding date, you have a timeline to set new, practical fitness goals. If you’ve already been consistent with a workout routine, try changing things up and incorporating new exercises or trying a higher weight. Step outside of your comfort zone and try a new fitness class! This could also be a great opportunity to strengthen your cardio with a spin class or enjoy the peaceful benefits of yoga! You’ll begin to love your improved strength and endurance and the newfound confidence you feel from looking your best!

 

Get ahead of the wedding planning stress by making a few healthy adjustments to your daily routine. You want to not only look your best but also feel your best on your special day. Eventually, all the details will come together and be rewarding in the end!