Safety: “September Training: Hydration, Nutrition & Self Wellness”

Hydration, Nutrition& self wellness

Septermber 2021

Benefets of Good Hydration

  • Staying properly Hydrated help with the following:

–Promotes Cardiovascular Health

–Keeps body at a cool regulated temperature

–Helps muscles and joints work more efficiently

–Keeps skin healthy

–Helps naturally cleanse body inside and out

Benefits of good Nutrition

  • Good Nutrition can help with the following:

–Reduce the risk of some diseases, including heart disease, diabetes, stroke, some cancers, and osteoporosis

–Reduce high blood pressure

–Lower high cholesterol

–Improve your well-being

–Improve your ability to fight off illness

–Improve your ability to recover from illness or injury

–Increase your energy level

Self Wellness – What is it?

  • Self Wellness Practices:


–Get a massage

–Go for a walk


–Mindfulness exercises


–Create and stick to a routine

–Get and stay organized

–Spend quality time with close friends and loved ones

–Make time on a regular basis for hobbies that you enjoy

–Stay Hydrated

–Eat Nutrias and Healthy

Tips for self wellness during covid-19

During times of change and uncertainty, it is ever more important to incorporate self-care and structure into your schedule. And while your typical self-care routine may no longer be available, there are ways to stay healthy and remain connected. Every day take a moment (or more) to take care of yourself.


Exercising increases energy levels, improves happiness and doesn’t have to take place in a gym. Take a virtual workout class at home or spend some time outdoors walking or biking

Eat Healthy:

The foods we choose to nourish our bodies and the way we enjoy them can have a tremendous impact on our mental and physical health. Be purposeful when restocking on groceries and pick up foods that boost your mood such as oatmeal, nuts, and even dark chocolate.


Sleep plays a major role in our overall health, improving emotional regulation and management of anxiety. It’s important to get 7 to 9 hours of sleep, especially during times of stress. Try to limit your exposure to the news and social media a couple of hours before bed.

Learn and Explore:

Research shows people engaged in learning feel more confidence, hope, and purpose. Keep your mind active by taking virtual tours of museums, reading, trying new recipes, or solving puzzles.

Structure and Routines:

Having regular times for eating, going to bed and rising in the morning, exercising, and working or studying can help maintain a sense of normalcy.

Practice Mindfulness:

Take breaks throughout the day, first thing in the morning or before bed to slow down and be present. The practice of pausing, breathing, and just “being” is essential to our well-being and mental health because it helps us reduce stress, worry less and it enhances feelings of resiliency.

Talk with a Friend:

Our connections with other help us cope with the ups and downs in life. Keep in contact with friends, family, and co-workers through phone and video calls.