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What should you do to start a healthy habit in Australia?

OSHCstudents-Starting a healthy habit in Australia, as in any other country, involves a combination of planning, commitment, and gradual lifestyle changes. Here are some steps you can take to start a healthy habit in Australia.

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Stay Active

Whether that be through going to the gym, weekend sports teams, or a simple leisurely walk to get you started – staying active is vital. Not only does physical activity help keep the pounds off, but it’s great for mental well-being as it releases endorphins.


Thankfully, skincare has gained an enormous amount of momentum over the years, establishing its importance in one’s health routine. Many of us now take the time to learn about ingredients, and their advantages and learn about what our individual complexions need. The sacred rule for everyone, at any age, will always be SPF.

Sweet Dreams

A good night’s sleep is an important step in one’s health routine. It’s the time when your body reenergizes, renews, and heals itself ready for the new day. A few steps to a good night’s sleep are cutting down on screen time a couple of hours before bed, using your senses such as sound and smell to help soothe you off to sleep or even reading a book or writing an entry in your journal.

Listen to Your Body

Many of us will take the necessary steps to be healthier such as working out, eating healthy, etc. But one which is just as important is having a relationship with your body, listening to what it’s telling you.

This can include any food sensitivities you can pick up as you age, learning to notice when your body is telling you to slow down, etc.

It also means learning to eat and stop eating when your body is telling you you’re hungry or full – preventing you from the habit of snacking/overeating.


One quick fix to help boost your healthy habits and overall well-being is through vitamin tablets. Vitamins can help with your general body health. You can even take collagen tablets which can help with your complexion and tackle the declining levels as you grow older.

If you are international students, foreigners arriving to Australia, or Australian citizens traveling abroad looking for OSHC, OVHC, travel insurance, please contact OSHCstudents Team at email: info@oshcstudents.com and our partners for further information and assistance.


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