The weeks leading up to your wedding day can be a blur. Up to 63% of brides say they feel a lot of pressure to have the perfect wedding, and chances are you might not be taking the best care of yourself.

Even though you and your partner are vowing to love each other in sickness and in health, no one wants to feel blah on their wedding day. Fortunately, there are a few ways you can kick sickness to the curb so you can feel your best.

Don’t choose a wedding date that’s too soon

Some couples feel pressured to get married quickly. But there’s nothing wrong with a long engagement. In fact, couples who dated for three years before their engagement were 39% less likely to get divorced than couples who dated for less than a year.

If a longer engagement will make it less stressful to plan your wedding, don’t be afraid to have one. The less stress you have to deal with, the better.

Have an annual check-up

An annual check-up might be the last thing on your mind when it comes to planning a wedding. But your doctor is the right person to talk to if you’re worried about anything physical before your wedding. And if you feel sick during your doctor’s off-hours, make sure you research urgent care clinic reviews in your area before you go in for a quick checkup. Make sure you’re looking for reviews that are five stars!

For instance, if you’ve been suffering from acne, your PCP might be able to recommend a good dermatologist. There are up to 472,560 primary care physicians operating in the U.S., so you can probably find a PCP if you don’t have one yet.

Drink more water and eat healthier foods

Unless you’re eating really unhealthy food, it’s not a good idea to radically change your diet before your wedding. Fad diets aren’t sustainable. Instead, introduce more water and healthy foods into your everyday meal plan.

For instance, the average person in the U.S. eats about one burger a week. If that sounds like you, consider swapping out two of those burgers a month for a healthier meal option like baked chicken or seasoned, roasted vegetables. Just by making these small changes, you’ll introduce a wider variety of food into your diet that’s better for you.

Take up exercise you have fun with

You don’t need to exercise to lose weight for your wedding unless you want to. But regular physical fitness is a great way to keep your body healthy year-round. It helps you fight back against illness, keeps your hormones under control for better skin, and helps reduce feelings of stress and anxiety.

If jogging on a treadmill isn’t your idea of fun, consider exercise that you enjoy. Pickleball has 2.46 million players right now and thousands of people take dance classes for fun. Don’t be afraid to branch out and take up non-traditional cardio.

No one wants to feel less than their best on their wedding day. By following the tips above, you can help keep illness at bay and keep your body feeling great for when your special day arrives.