One of the most important factors that leads to a happy, productive and possibilities-based life is good health. Developing habits that lead to good health can pave the way for a life where we feel better physically, mentally and emotionally. Due to blog space limitations, we’re going to address three areas that have a profound impact on overall health: diet and eating habits, exercise and sleep.
As a mentor, you can provide young people with wisdom and practical approaches to help them enjoy a brighter future – one filled with good health. Below are some ideas and information to get you started. (Some of the information in this blog was taken, or adapted, from WebMD’s articles: ‘Healthy Eating Habits for your Child’ and ‘Good, Sound Sleep for your Child’ and from the NHS article: ‘Physical Activity Guidelines for Children and Young People’).