We know we know—phone separation anxiety. But they can wreak havoc on your health, from causing digital eye strain to inducing stress to increasing the number of germs you come in contact with. Oh also: tech neck.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend adults ages 18 to 34 need at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity (brisk walking) and strength training for a minimum of two days a week. Speed your walk into a jog or run and you'll cut this suggestion in half.
You're a realist and probably point and scoff at those yogis who preach the benefits of mindfulness and meditation—but joke's on you because they're on to something. One Harvard University study found that people who practiced mindfulness activities 27 minutes every day over eight weeks were less stressed. Now, silence and we find our Zen.
Basking in the sunlight is the best way to score tons of vitamin D, but being in nature can also boost your cognitive function (i.e. help you focus when you can't even) and *drum roll* eases stress.
Shut down Netflix, put your work email on silent, and turn off your bedroom lights because the terrifying effects of skimping on sleep are not worth it.