Other factors should also be given attention when working toward simple lifestyle changes to upgrade your health. Improving the quality of your sleep and being in sync with your body’s natural circadian rhythms carry a profound effect on wellness. If you do not sleep well or your daily schedule (meal times, sleep, and waking times) is inconsistent, put in some effort to become more regular.
Washing your hands more often is simple to do, yet vastly contributes toward your health as most viruses and germs are spread by coming into contact with something touched by a sick person. Handwashing is an easy habit to cultivate, and you don't need to be obsessive. Just be mindful of washing your hands thoroughly before preparing foods, before you eat, and after using the restroom.
Tending to emotional health goes hand-in-hand with your physical wellness.
You cannot have one without the other. This world, despite all of it’s “time-saving” technology, seems to pressure us toward producing more, achieving more, and simply doing more. Activity is terrific when balanced within a state of deep rest.
Put aside some time in your day for simply "being." Should you find yourself resisting that, you probably need it more than ever. But, if five minutes of meditation seems like too much to handle, find another way to relax your mind and body. Put out a bird feeder; see what comes by. Spend some amount of time in nature every day.