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6 Tips to Keep Yourself Alive for Longer!

We often hear the sayings ‘life is short’ and ‘you only live once’, so why don’t we make the most of what we have been given? We have been given a chance to live a great life, so why not start by improving your lifestyle to ensure you live a life that is longer and more enjoyable than you would expect. Here are 6 tips to keep yourself alive for longer!

- Exercise More

This is an obvious tip whenever anyone mentions improving lifestyle choices. But it is one of the most important and useful tips you can receive. Not only does exercising more keep you physically healthy, it can also keep you mentally healthy; people who exercise more do not stress as much. The great part about exercise is that there is so much choice, so you can choose something you love!

- Stop Smoking

We all know that smoking has terrible health effects, even if you don’t want to admit it. So why put yourself through the risk of horrible illnesses, such as lung or throat cancer? Quitting smoking is not the easiest thing to do; however, it is worth it if you want to live a long and happy life. Within a few weeks of quitting, you will notice great differences, including better breath, whiter teeth and less coughing. Not to mention the other benefits, such as greater life expectancy and more money.

- Limit Alcohol Intake

Many people drink alcohol fairly regularly and people nowadays begin drinking before they are even legal. Many 15, 16 and 17 year olds do go out and drink without being aware of the health risks, but how are they supposed to know the risks when adults don’t either? Many people are unaware of what alcohol can really do; I’m not asking you to stop drinking completely, but limiting your alcohol intake can really improve your health. Alcohol can cause a variety of diseases including heart disease. If you want to stay looking younger, then don’t drink as much.

- Don’t Take Harmful Drugs

There are so many harmful drugs out there that many people seem to be trying out, including cannabis, cocaine and even ecstasy. The people using these harmful drugs are not aware of the risks to their health; they can cause anxiety, paranoia, lung disease, heart problems and so many more things. According to the NHS, cannabis is the drug most used in the UK and around 2.2 million people used cannabis last year.

- Stop Stressing

Stress can increase your blood pressure and even cause depression, so start relaxing and you will notice you are a lot happier. According to the BBC, stress can lead to long-term problems, including heart disease and stroke.

- Eat Healthier

Along with exercise, this is another tip that you would expect to find in an article like this, but again, it is truly important to your health. Stick to a balanced diet and you will really notice the difference! If you do not have a healthy diet, then you are at a higher risk of obesity and diabetes, which can both be fatal, so if you want to live a long life, then you need to be eating healthier.

If you consider the 6 tips above, then you will have a better chance of living a longer and healthier life. Living a healthier life really does allow you to do more and make the most of the time you have. Also, it doesn’t matter how old you are because it is never too late to improve your lifestyle.


About the Author: Candy is very health conscious and she loves to write about anything that might help others improve. Live is short and you never know what is going to happen, so preparing a will is very important.


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