Seven Tips for a Long and Healthy Life

Seven Tips for a Long and Healthy Life

No matter how improved medical technology is, it can never save you from the problems created by a lifestyle that is unhealthy. Instead of getting a medical fix for every problem you have, it is far better to live in a way that you will hardly ever fall ill. An ounce of prevention is surely better than a pound of cure. Our team has gathered 7 tips on how to maintain a healthy life. As a bonus, the same lifestyle you are going to get from these tips will help you to lose weight.

  1. Get Enough Exercise

In the past people had to use their arms and legs in the course of their normal work. However, today someone may get up, go to work with a car, then sit down, get up to go home with the car and when he arrived at his home, sit down again for the rest of the day. In such life there isn’t physical effort. This physical inactivity is one of the main reasons for a host of diseases. Running, walking and other physical activities must be included in your life, everyday in order to maintain healthy and fit life.

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  1. Go to Sleep When You Feel Sleepy

This may sound very simple and easy, but many people stay up late even when their body is telling them that it’s time to sleep. Ayurvedic and Yoga doctors also say that it’s better to sleep in the night and be active during the day. For instance, students will take caffeine and stimulants to study late into the night for the upcoming exams. Others create the habit of remaining active at night and sleep during the day. While you do this, it eventually takes a toll on your health. Other health doctors say that this kind of unnatural living is one of the most contributing factors in the causation of cancer and other diseases.

Go to Sleep When You Feel Sleepy - Seven Tips for a Long and Healthy Life

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  1. Get up Early

Once again the old proverb, “Early to bed, early to rise makes one person healthy, wealthy and wiser.” We don’t know if it will make you wealthy, however if will surely make you healthier. Your body needs just enough sleep, not too much and not too little.

  1. Perform Meditation

Your body is connected to your brain. Many of the diseases of this era are psychosomatic. Anxiety and stress take their toll on your physical health and meditation is one of the mental exercises which, among other things, allow you to detach yourself from the problems in your life. Search on the internet for a simple technique and do it on regular basis.

  1. Eat When You Feel Hungry

This once again is a simple idea; however we often go against the messages of our bodies. If you consume out of a habit or due to social pressure at certain time of the day, even when you have really no appetite, you will not digest your food properly. Acidity and indigestion begin and this contributes to the likelihood of other more complex diseases taking root. Having an appetite is actually a sign of good health. If you have no appetite you should wait some time to pass and get hungrier and then eat. Keep in mind that if you have no appetite even after waiting some time, you should talk with your personal health counselor because something might be wrong.

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Eat When You Feel Hungry - Seven Tips for a Long and Healthy Life

  1. Wash with Cool Water Before Hitting the Bed

As mentioned before, proper sleep is a must for maintaining good health. If you wash your important motor and sensory organs such as hands, arms, legs etc. before going to bed using cool water will relax you and prepare you for deep and calm sleep.

  1. Fast on a Regular, Systematic Basis

If you would ask any normal person to work 365 days per year without any rest, they would complain and say that they must have some rest or else they will break down. However, we have never bothered to think about our digestive organs which we force to work day after day without rest. They cannot protest the way a human would to his boss, however, they do give us signals that they cannot work non-stop.

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When we ignore those signals and still force them to work, those organs break down. This is why periodic fasting is essential. Refrain from consuming for one complete day. That will give your digestive organs rest and also helps in the elimination of wastes from your body. Regular fasting allows a person to gain bonus time for intellectual or spiritual pursuits. Keep in mind that fasting is not for hermits in a cave, but is a sensible exercise that anyone can practice. Read also: Weight Loss Hack: Intermittent Fasting Can Help You Lose Weight Fast

Seven Tips for a Long and Healthy Life

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