- Beware of Smoking & Tobacco use
Close to 440,000 deaths occur each year in US alone; most of the preventable diseases like Emphysema, Throat Cancer or even heart diseases are a result of tobacco use. In order to stay healthier and live longer it is better one quit tobacco use; the sooner the better.
- Check the weighing scale
Being overweight is quite common now-a-days; risks of high blood pressure, cholesterol or even heart diseases and strokes are much higher for overweight individuals. One must use a high-fiber, low-fat diet, coupled with regular exercise to shake of extra ounces. It is also good ideal to follow FLF diet once in a year to cleanse your body and to keep that good shape.
- Avoid excessive sunbathing/tanning
Although Vitamin D is very much essential to the body and Sun is the known source of it; but most people tend to overdo the practice of sunbathing or tanning; although not much in number, but long term sun exposure is also known to be the main reason of skin cancer.
- Avoid Staying Up
Sleep is one of the key ingredients to achieving a good health and feeling fresh in the morning. Keep your evenings calm and try going to bed by 10 as many days possible; the hours before midnight are worth double the ones later.
- Don’t ignore shots/physicals
For instance an adult is supposed to get a tetanus booster every 10th year; similar preventive shots are to be taken on time and physical examinations must be done regularly and not ignored as many tend to do so; a disease caught at the earliest forms can be acted upon without much complications
So, the basic idea is to be close to nature in terms of food and exercise and to be aware of the state of body and mind in terms of regular check-ups from time to time.
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