To live a long life, try to get in some exercise on most days of the week, which will keep your body strong and healthy for longer. You should also try to eat a healthy, balanced diet and drink plenty of water every day so your body is operating efficiently.
There are many uncertainties in life, and no one can predict how long they will live. However, taking good care of yourself can help to increase your chances of living a long life. Take good care of your physical and psychological health by living a healthy lifestyle, following a healthy diet, and keeping your stress under control.
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Prepare your body for a long life
Preventative care is important for identifying health problems before they become a major concern. It is also important to identify lifestyle factors, familial history, and work exposures that may lead to the development of a disease or dysfunction. If you skip doctor’s appointments, you increase the chances of not catching a developing health problem right at the start. This means that it will likely be more complicated and harder to treat.
Have a checkup once a year. If your doctor recommends other screenings, do them.
If you have a chronic condition, talk to your doctor about how to manage it to either improve it or prevent it from getting worse.
Know what health problems may run in your family and get screened regularly.
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Stretch Before Bed
Fall asleep faster, improve blood flow, and relieve muscle tension with a few simple stretches before hitting the hay. After a day of being hunched over a computer, hauling groceries, and generally pushing my body and mind to their limits, few things feel better.
If you’ve been trying to find a surefire way to help reduce stress and anxiety, quiet a buzzing mind, or simply want to go deeper within, then may I suggest giving meditation a whirl? I know you’ve heard it before, (and as a longtime meditation skeptic, I really do hate to admit this) but it does make a positive impact on one’s wellbeing.
Use Sunscreen Daily
Regardless of whether it’s a sunny day or not, using sunscreen daily is imperative for both short- and long-term health. Preventing sun damage and cancer is not something that should be taken lightly, and there are so many wonderful sunscreen options available these days that you can easily find the one that best fits your skin type and needs. Please don’t make me nag you about this!
Spend Time Outside Every Day
Get a breath of fresh air and chase away the blues by spending even just a few minutes outside every day. There are few things that being around some trees, people watching, and looking at the clouds can’t cure.
Drink More Water
Did you know that even being mildly water dehydrated can affect the body? Make sure you’re drinking enough to get you through the day without impairment (psst… it may be a little more than the eight glasses you’ve been hearing about). The U.S. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine determined that an adequate daily fluid intake is about 15.5 cups a day for men and 11.5 cups a day for women.