7 New Year's Resolutions for a Healthier, Happier 2023

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The term "resolutions" comes every year. Our resolutions typically focus on our well-being because we care about our health.

However, we might not stick to our resolutions despite our best intentions. Most of the time, this is because we try to do everything at once. We have set out to accomplish the impossible when we become overwhelmed by the process and give up. Additionally, we say to ourselves, "Next year!"

This is a step-by-step guide for the new year, so don't try to do everything at once. Choose one resolution and put it into action for a month. The following month, continue with the previous month's routines while moving on to the next.

When you think of Ayurveda as a way of life rather than something you have to fit into your schedule, it helps. It will be easier to stay on the path to well-being as you incorporate Ayurvedic principles into your life.

According to Ayurveda, the most important factor in our health is what we do consistently on a daily basis. Thus, you are creating a life of health rather than disease by embracing healthy lifestyle choices and eliminating unhealthy patterns. 

The start of a new year is a great time to improve your health, give up bad habits, and change your lifestyle. It should be no surprise that many people start the new year by vowing to become healthier. Getting more exercise, losing weight, and following a healthier diet are the most frequently made New Year's resolutions. While only a small percentage of people stick to their resolutions, the following are some things you can do to improve your health and reach your goals in the coming year.


Resolution to lose weight:

One of the most crucial steps you can take toward better health is to make a resolution to lose weight and keep it off. Even if you only lose 5% to 10% of your body weight, you can lower your risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and high blood pressure. While trendy diets might assist you with getting thinner quickly, you're bound to encounter effective, long-term weight reduction on the off chance that you have an objective of losing around one to two pounds each week.

If you're ready to start losing weight, follow these 5 effective ways to lose weight naturally.


Eat Healthy: 

Healthy eating involves what you eat and how you eat it. Fruits and vegetables are high in fiber, low in calories and fat, and packed with vitamins and minerals, making it essential to consume the recommended daily servings. Food varieties that contain fiber keep you feeling full, which assists you with getting more fit.

You should eat slowly and chew each bite carefully to avoid overeating. Put your phone away, turn off the television, and take in the flavors and textures of the meal. As you eat, it can take your mind as long as 20 minutes to receive the message from your stomach that you're not eager, so quit eating before you feel full.


Move more and sit less :

If you last exercised a while ago, going to the gym daily is not a good idea. It is easier to stick to the goal of increasing your daily level of physical activity. Sitting less and moving more is a simple way to become more active. Take the stairs instead of the elevator, park further away from the grocery store entrance, and exercise while watching television.

 Any measure of actual work has some health advantages, so if you have a couple of moments, have the opportunity and energy to work out. It's easier to make time for fitness when you're busy. Learn to exercise while sitting in a chair if you have limited mobility.

Over time, you'll start to feel better as you get more active, and if you go back to your old ways, you won't feel right.  Try these 4 quick and easy exercises to stay healthy.


Be Aware of Your Health Concerns:

Ayurveda describes the process that causes disease ( samprapti) as a leaky faucet. We tend to overlook a minor drip, but it is necessary to repair it quickly when the water gets absorbed and then spreads to other areas. At that point, it creates an even bigger health problem. It is also crucial to be aware of the signs of stiffness, pain, aches or irritations, skin disorders, inflammations, muscle weakening, and so on, and not wait until they worsen.

Take care of yourself and make appointments to see your ayurvedic practitioner, massage therapist, or health professional. It's more effective to cut off something in the bud rather than devote your energy and time to treating a full-blown illness.


Find a appropriate way to reduce Your stress:

Figuring out how to oversee stress is a significant piece of dealing with yourself and keeping up with great, generally speaking, mental and actual well-being. Simple activities like practicing breathing exercises, walking, or listening to music can help restore calm if your stress is out of control. Constant stressing negatively affects your well-being and prosperity, so investigate visible ways of alleviating stress. Try these 4 Easy Meditation For Stress Relief.


Give Yourself Some Me Time:

Great quality rest helps your help to build your immune system strong and advances your mental health by giving your brain time to rest and re-energize. You can get the sleep you need by creating a quiet environment, limiting screen time before bed, and having a relaxing bedtime routine. 

 If you have insomnia, follow these 4 Ayurvedic remedies for better sleep and ways to reduce stress.


Make a plan to stop smoking:

Smoking is the leading cause of preventable death worldwide and causes damage to nearly every organ in the body. Nicotine addiction and mouth cancer are both caused by smokeless tobacco. If you smoke, devise a strategy for quitting. A quit plan tailored to your needs can be developed with your healthcare professional's assistance.

If you have attempted to quit smoking or chewing tobacco but have relapsed, Ayushakti Ayurved’s treatment can help you resist tobacco cravings and increase your likelihood of complete success.


Here is a New Year’s Resolution list of habits you can adopt for 2023:

  • Eat mostly organic food and wake up at about 6 a.m. according to your dosha (Vata, Pitta, or Kapha). 
  • Eat in a calm, peaceful location. 
  • Massage your body daily with abhyanga oil (sesame or almond oil for Vata, sunflower or coconut oil for Pitta, and safflower or mustard oil for Kapha). Scrape your tongue every morning.
  • Meditate every day. 
  • Avoid sensory overindulgence.



What you make a resolution for the new year is what sticks. Focus on the positive and how it can actually help you in the long run. You will have a better chance of success if you envision both the course of action and the desired result.


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Author of the Blog: DR. KETKI TRIVEDI

Expert Review By: Dr Smita Pankaj Naram

Co-Founder, Ayushakti Ayurved Pvt Ltd