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Seven Ways To Live A Longer, Healthier Life




As advanced as modern medical technology is, it can never spare you from what causes illness – an unhealthy lifestyle. Instead of looking for a fix every time you feel unwell, it would be best to live in such a way that one rarely falls sick.

1. Ensure you’re getting enough exercise

People used to do most of their daily activities by using their bodies. Today, though, many adults spend the whole day sitting in cars or at desk jobs. These sedentary lifestyles are one of the leading causes of cancer and heart disease among adults. As well as being unhealthy, they’re also dull! Physical activity is essential, so either get involved in sports or find another way to stay active outside your regular job routine!

2. Go to sleep when you’re sleepy

This may sound easy, but many people decide to stay up late when their body tells them it’s time for bed. Yoga and Ayurveda doctors recommend staying awake at night and being active during the day. Though it sounds tempting for students who need caffeine-induced boosts to cram for exams later into the evening hours, it ultimately has an effect on your health. Alternative medicine says that this unhealthy way of living leads to a direct link in why cancer happens – all from how quickly you’re going through life without enough rest or proper nourishment.

3. When you feel hungry, eat.

It may sound cliche, but sometimes it’s as easy as listening to what our bodies need. You may eat when you don’t feel like it because it becomes routine or just because people expect us to during certain times of the day – and while some food might fill your stomach temporarily, it doesn’t allow for proper digestion. Inevitably we develop acidity and indigestion which leads to other more complicated diseases. But if you’re hungry – listen; that means your body is telling you that it needs sustenance. And when do we ever say no?

4. Fast on a regular basis, systematically

It is ludicrous to think that humans are the only beings who need rest; yet, we blindly force our digestive organs to work 365 days a year. Imagine if an employee asked their boss for nothing but a vacation when they were too exhausted from working so much. It wouldn’t happen, because it’s illegal! Yet here we are, forcing our own vital organs to work endlessly until they collapse – just because it might be the right thing to do? No thanks! Every now and then take a break by going without food for one full day – this will allow your poor stomach to catch up on itself while simultaneously giving you time off for whatever matters most (think intellectual or spiritual) as long as it doesn’t involve prolonged isolation and/or starvation. Fast intermittently – not every month or when feeling sorry for oneself – but instead when there is ample opportunity to indulge in everything and anything at hand.

5. Every night before I go to bed, I wash my body with cold water

As previously stated, good sleep is vital to sustaining one’s physical well-being. If you wash your hands and other sensitive organs (eyes, mouth, genitals) using cool water right before bedtime, it’ll make you feel relaxed enough for a deep sleep without interruptions.

6. Meditate on a daily basis

Your body is closely linked to your mind. Our minds are full of stress and worry about what could happen at any moment – that’s why many people don’t know how stressed they really are until it has taken its toll on their physical health. Meditation is one way to get rid of these worries and stresses, but there are many different ways to meditate so find something that works best for you!

7. Every morning I wake up at the break of dawn

The old saying is true, early to bed and early to rise makes a person healthy, wealthy, and wise. It may not make you rich but it will surely keep you fit. Sleep provides your body with just enough time for recovery after all of its daily functions- when sleep becomes too long or too short, bodily functions are thrown out of whack.

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