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10 Bad Habits That Reduce Expectation Of Life

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In the daily life, there’re habits that are thought to be harmless but, able to take out some years of your life expectancy.

Most of people think that they are doing their best to have a healthy, long life. However, in the daily life, there’re habits that are thought to be harmless but, able to take out some years of your life expectancy.

Therefore, to improve your health and increase life expectancy, you should change your daily simple lifestyle. The followings are some habits that you should change.

1.     Lacking sleep

A lack of sleep can be one of the reasons causing bad effects on your health and some diseases.

A lack of sleep can be one of the reasons causing bad effects on your health and some diseases.

A lack of sleep can be one of the reasons causing bad effects on your health and some diseases. If you don’t get enough sleep at nights (8 hours to adults), the metabolism will be slowed down and make you gain weight. At the same time, the immune system will be impaired and delay the ability to fight against infections and diseases.

Besides, lack of sleep will make you tired and reduce your memory and concentration, be extremely dangerous to the driving and easily cause traffic accidents.

2.     Not using dental floss daily

We now all know that using dental floss daily will help you teeth and gums be healthy and strong. Moreover, some researches showed that using dental floss daily can also prevent you from heart disease. If you don’t use dental floss daily, the bacteria can be remained in the mouth and then get into blood, which in some cases, can lead to atherosclerosis (arteriosclerosis).

3.     Not having recurring checkup

If you don’t have recurring checkup, it can be enough to guarantee you good health. You should have your own doctor who will check your health regularly, so that will have your level of cholesterol, blood sugar, blood pressure and cardiovascular… checked.

You should have talks with your doctors about tests that are necessary to your age and follow their instructions.

You should have talks with your doctors about tests that are necessary to your age and follow their instructions.

First of all, you should spend time on related screening, such as colposcopy, mammography, bone destiny test and recurring skin test. Those will bring you the best chances to have early diagnosis and timely treatment.

You should have talks with your doctors about tests that are necessary to your age and follow their instructions.

4.     Not taking part in social activities

Human brain is similar to the body, it needs regular activities. Human life expectancy strictly relates to educational attainment and mental activities. Therefore, social activities are necessary.

Taking part of family’s and friend’s activities is not only a wonderful way to have a rich and diverse life, but also creates the connections between people and reduces the risk of Alzheimer and dementia development.

5.     Worrying too much

Stress managing is not easy to many people.

Stress managing is not easy to many people.

Worrying too much can cause bad effects on your body. Worry causes stress.

According to scientists, reducing stress helps prevent heart diseases and increase life expectancy. Stress managing is not easy to many people. To control the stress, you can do yoga, meditation, deep breathing or other physical activities, which help bring mood differences.

6.     Brain lacks action

Sensible brain activities will be good for health and life expectancy, but if you overuse brain activities or brainstorming, those benefits will be badly affected.

According to researches, if parts of the brain have chances to work effectively, the brain cells will be diverse. Otherwise, they will be shrunk. You should increase brain activities and nutrition supply to brain to prevent aging and shrinking of cells.

Combining work and rest will reduce all negative stimulation to the brain; if right-handed people use left hand and leg more often, it’ll be very good for brain function improvement.

7.     Contacting with the sun too much

Sun is the source of UV, a kind of ray that destroys skin and cause skin cancer.

Sun is the source of UV, a kind of ray that destroys skin and cause skin cancer.

Sun is the source of UV, a kind of ray that destroys skin and cause skin cancer. The time that you contact too much with the sun or have sunburn in childhood is all the risk of basal cell cancer development (the most popular skin cancer). Basking can cause cancer to people at all ages. Skin and face are the most sensitive parts of the body, so they can be easily damaged by the sun.

Thought sun light has lots of good effects on human health as it prevents rickets, brings you a pinky and healthy skin by providing it vitamin D, it also has bad sides. For that reason, a part from protect your skin and health by using sunscreen products with its high SPF index, you should avoid going out in the afternoon.

8.     Not absorbing enough calcium

Calcium is very important to the health of bones and the latter osteoporosis prevention. According to the professional, that calcium can reduce the risk of early death is that it can lower blood pressure, the level of cholesterol or blood sugar.

The American Heart Association recommends that adult should have 1,000 mg calcium a day. Some of diverse sources that provide calcium are skim milk, yogurt, cheese, broccoli, kale, cereals…

9.     Not doing exercise

People who have regular exercises have the better life expectancy than people who don’t.

People who have regular exercises have the better life expectancy than people who don’t.

Practicing regular physical training can delay the risk of body’s function impairments and reduce the risk of chronic diseases in old people. People who have regular exercises have the better life expectancy than those who don’t.

The time that should be spent on exercises depends on your physical state and condition. However, you just need to spend 2 and a half hour a week for exercising to have good health. Fast walking, cycling, swimming and jogging are easy ways to do the necessary exercise. Just so you know, as you’re relaxed by chatting with people (walking or jogging with a friend) when doing exercise, it’ll be difficult to you to concentrate on the exercises.

10.  Not spending time in the resting

Women who do housework often complain that they always feel tired and stressed.

Women who do housework often complain that they always feel tired and stressed.

In fact, many women feel confused and guilty spending time for themselves, though; the periods of time are important to maintain the health, in general. You should spend time with yourself creating more energy and renewable your physical and spiritual state of health. Women who do housework often complain that they always feel tired and stressed.

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