When you think of living in a condo unit or in a building with several doors and units upon opening your own doors, you’d think of a very limited and small space making it also limited to do other things aside from of course the usual things we do at home (resting, eating, sleeping). Condo living can get very comfortable too that sometimes we tend to become couch potatoes, and a lazy ass and refuse to do something else other than eating and sleeping. So, okay I am taking out my megaphone and say, hey you! Get up and look around and move! Living in a condo unit does not mean you live an unhealthy lifestyle.
That brings me to my Top 3 list of wellness things in condo living. Because living in a condo does not mean you confine yourself to the four corners of your unit. Take advantage of what the building offers to live a healthier lifestyle.
Check out the amenities your building is offering. For Primavera Residence, the wellness amenities is a great bonus for its residents. At the rooftop, you will find the gym accessible and open for your strength training or whatever program you have that will need gym equipment. There’s also the swimming pool where you can do lapses, perfect for your cardio needs and total body workout. There’s also the playground, where you can do yoga, stretching, pilates, or whatever workout you feel like doing outdoors. Love to run? Check out the jogger’s path and get to run without going far from your home.
We all need a ray of sunshine. Okay, that’s a little cheesy! Seriously though, to stay healthy, we need a little sunshine. If you are not the morning person like me, do find time to wake up a bit early few times a week and get to the rooftop and get some sunshine. According to the World Health Organization, getting anywhere from 5 to 15 minutes of sunlight on your arms, hands, and face two to three times a week is enough to enjoy the vitamin D-boosting benefits of sun. Soaking some morning sun is a good idea, health-wise.
Trivia: Weak bones, lack of calcium and various skin and hair issues are triggered by Vitamin D deficiency.
“Natural ventilation is the process of supplying and removing air through an indoor space by natural means, meaning without the use of a fan or other mechanical system. It uses outdoor air flow caused by pressure differences between the building and its surrounding to provide ventilation and space cooling.”
Primavera City is designed just like that. Designed to increase natural ventilation and decrease aircon energy consumption. How is it beneficial to your health? Why is it considered part of your wellness? Well, buildings that offers Natural Ventilation like Primavera City is definitely a good pick to live in or to invest as it produces healthier environments since the flow of air prevents a harmful contaminant build up. And because they consume less energy, naturally ventilated buildings can produce less CO2 than comparable mechanically ventilated buildings.