5 Healthy Way Of Life Habits – Give a Decade for your Existence

 

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Study Shows These 5 Healthy Habits Can Add More Than a Decade to Your Life. Harvard research finds a healthier lifestyle can prolong life expectancy at age 50 by about 14 years for women and 12. Researchers say healthy lifestyle habits can add as much as a decade to your life span. The researchers identified five lifestyle factors as.

You can add more than a decade to your life by following five healthy lifestyle patterns. That’s a full decade or more of fun with the grandkids, time to travel, or whatever your dreams may be for retirement and taking care of your loved ones. And at the same time, you can feel good, energetic, and be less likely to suffer a debilitating lifestyle disease. What are these 5 healthy habits? Eat.

5 Healthy Lifestyle Habits Add a Decade to Your Life So the researchers at Harvard University conducted a pretty cool report. This study had 123,000 volunteers that shared their medical records and answered a lifestyle questionnaire. A new study examining three decades of data has found that men and women following five lifestyle habits can add more than a decade of life expectancy. The habits aren’t new: eating a healthy die.

The five healthy habits were defined as not smoking; having a body mass index between 18.5 and 25; taking at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise a day, having no more than one 150ml glass of. The five healthy habits analyzed in the study included a healthy diet, controlled weight (with a body mass index between 18.5 and 24.9), regular exercise of 30 minutes or more a day, drinking in. Maintaining five healthy habits — eating a healthy diet, exercising regularly, keeping a healthy body weight, not drinking too much alcohol, and not smoking — during adulthood may add more than a decade to life expectancy, according to a new study led by the Harvard T.H.

Chan School of Public Health. Harvard Study: Adopting These 5 Healthy Habits Can Add Decade To Your Life Study Finds. June 16, 2018 Diet, Exercise, Health & Medical, Longer Life, Smoking.

These 5 healthy habits may add more than a decade to your life. “Quantifying the association between healthy lifestyle factors and longer life.

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All the usual recommendations bear repeating—and should now constitute a daily routine—exercise regularly, walk as much as you can, eat less but eat more healthy foods, drink a lot of water (up to a gallon a day), enjoy good wine in moderation, and get regular medical, dental, and vision checkups.

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List the five healthy habits for a long life.

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These rules are summarized as consuming natural, unrefined, organically grown foods; ensuring adequate amounts of exercise and rest; living a moderately paced lifestyle; having constructive and creative thoughts and emotions; avoiding environmental toxins; and maintaining proper elimination.

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A. Following a nutritious diet B. Having friends and companions C. Exercising regularly D. Living in a smoke-free environment E. Practising safe sex at all times F. Drinking alcohol moderately or not at all G. Having a good night’s sleep H. Following safety practices I. Seeking medical attention when needed

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3: Avoid stress, learn to laugh, exercise, eliminate harmful drugs and alcohol, reduce red meat and sugar.

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* 4 Guide to good health arid long life.

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Healthy lifestyle: no smoking and limited alcohol.

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Living in a healthy way includes eating the right foods, exercising, and getting enough rest, play, and social activity.

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  • These are some good tips, I already follow some of them. Waking up early (5 am) has really helped me. I exercise as soon as I wake up. Having a smart watch has encouraged me to become more active. I use a bullet journal and it has helped me continue healthy habits.

  • I’m trying not to drink any alcohol now. I feel more clarity, mood stability and overall wellness. still slip up in social situations but taking baby steps =)

  • Would love to see the “How to become a morning person” video! I’m a natural night-owl trying to make the transition into getting up early in the a.m. so I’d be interested to hear your story!

  • Thank you for this video Anna. A lot of what you said makes so much sense and I see how applying a lot of this could help the day to day life, as well as in school which has been causing me so much stress and anxiety. Not wanting to do anything because of the unbearable weight that I feel from school has been something I’ve struggled with and am reminded of daily… Thank you for your help. You are appreciated.