You don't always have to break the bank in the name of good health. Yes, with health items less than $10, you can be as fit as a fiddle! Here are five that we recommend.
1. NETI POT ($9.95)
The season of snuffles is here! One way to get rid of stuffy noses this winter is to get yourself a neti pot. This apparatus is shaped like a teapot and works wonders. Just fill it with some salt and warm water, pour it through one nostril, let it drain out the other to clear up your nose. Not so easy-peasy when you try it at first but trust us when you get used to it, you'll realize it's one fast way to keep allergies and colds at bay.
2. BLUE LIGHT BLOCKING GLASSES ($9.98)
Working remotely because of the pandemic is making a lot of people spend long hours behind their screens. Blue light from these screens causes headaches, tired eyes and blurred vision. A pair of blue light-blocking glasses can be a lifesaver - they repel blue light to protect the eyes.
3. JUMP ROPE ($7.99)
Doing jump ropes is a great cardio workout. Most fitness experts recommend using it as a warm-up for your daily fitness routine or doing it throughout your workout. For example, you can warm up with a light jump rope for five minutes, increase the speed of the rope and how often you jump for a minute and follow all that up with a two-minute moderate-paced walk.
4. PINEAPPLE CORER & SPIRAL SLICER ($9.99)
For all pineapple lovers, this gadget is a must-have for your kitchen. Get more produce from pineapples by sticking this corer and spiral slicer into your pineapples. No muscles needed (just phone it in). Now you can have more pineapple to make your smoothies, cakes and canapés. And you know what that means; more pineapples, more vitamins!
5. YOGA BLOCK AND STRAP COMBO ($8.94)
Well, we are not surprised this gadget made it to the list. Given all the talk about mental health these days, relaxation exercises like yoga have gained popularity. A block and strap plus your non-slip headband and water bottle are essentials that your yoga mat bag shouldn't lack. But why do you need this combo? First, it makes it easy to get into all the yoga postures (if you know what we mean). Plus, it helps to get a good alignment, so you don't get injured.
By Nana Ama Afoa Osae I Writer I GreatWonderful Team
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