- Eat right.
- Get sleep.
That should be enough, right? You need more? Ok
A 2016 study published in Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment found that regular physical activity improved participants’ body image. And when their body image improved, they felt more confident.
You ever had something like fast food that tastes so good going down but a few hours later you felt heavy and lethargic? Foods can impact your mood, sex life and self-image.
Eating well comes with many benefits, including higher levels of self-confidence and self-esteem. When you fuel your body with nutrient-dense foods, you feel healthier, stronger, and more energized, which can result in feeling better about yourself.
Take time throughout the course of your day and just get away from all of life’s distractions
Meditation helps you to recognize and accept yourself. Meditation also teaches you to stop negative self-talk and disconnect from unhelpful mental chatter interfering with your self-confidence.
I know you’re super busy; hustling, trying to come up, catching up on your favorite show, etc but sleep is important to how your body functions.
Skimping on sleep can take a toll on your emotions, whereas good, quality sleep has been linked with positive personality traits, including optimism and self-esteem