Staying hydrated makes you healthier by reducing your risk of heart disease, with the recommended daily amount varying from 1.6 litres to 2.1 litres for women, and from 2 litres to 3 litres for men. Photo: Shutterstock
Staying hydrated makes you healthier by reducing your risk of heart disease, with the recommended daily amount varying from 1.6 litres to 2.1 litres for women, and from 2 litres to 3 litres for men. Photo: Shutterstock
Wellness

How to be healthier – physically and mentally – in 2022: 7 tips you can use now, from eating more mushrooms to the best time to fall asleep at night, all backed by science

  • Eating more plants – especially mushrooms – is a good start towards a new you, with studies showing this can reduce stress and alleviate depression
  • The best time to fall asleep is between 10 and 11pm, one study says; daytime naps are good, too, but only if they’re under an hour

Staying hydrated makes you healthier by reducing your risk of heart disease, with the recommended daily amount varying from 1.6 litres to 2.1 litres for women, and from 2 litres to 3 litres for men. Photo: Shutterstock
Staying hydrated makes you healthier by reducing your risk of heart disease, with the recommended daily amount varying from 1.6 litres to 2.1 litres for women, and from 2 litres to 3 litres for men. Photo: Shutterstock
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