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3 Essential Newly Married Couple Tips For Lifestyle Management

There is no better time than newly married period for any couple. While mind and body drenches in love and happiness, you need to make sure that your lifestyle gets to a healthy track fast. Here are a three important newly married couple tips. 

These lifestyle tips are based on a fact that after marriage, people tend to gain weight. This is not just a hypothesis. It is a scientifically proven fact.

This happens due to following reasons –
1. No stress  People lead a stress free happy life post marriage.

2. More sweets and fried food – In India, it is seen that newly weds visit many relatives and are fed with lots of sweets and fried food.

3. Sleep imbalance – Naturally nights are longer in post marriage period. So, disturbance in sleep leads to obesity.

Newly married tips to solve this issue –
Day sleep –
Sleep for an hour in the afternoon, before food. Or at least take 15 – 30 minutes nap. It is advised in Ayurveda for people who indulge in excess sexual activity to sleep in the day. This will help you to make up for less sleep at night.  Read more about dos and don’ts of day sleeping. It also helps you to wake up early in the morning and go to gym  / Yoga. Read more about 7 benefits of waking up early in the morning.

Decrease your meal size –
If you are observing that sweet and fried food consumption is increasing, then consciously decrease your meals size. This helps to make for the sweets / fried food / extra non veg that you are consuming.
But it is not very advisable to decrease the amount of sweet intake. As per Ayurveda, sweet taste increases sex power.

Exercise –
Make it a point to get up early in the morning and hit the gym / Yoga class. We have already learnt the relationship between sex and exercise. Exercise will make your body more flexible and would enable to try different sex positions. It also helps to keep you fit.

Consult Dr JV Hebbar

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