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You can expect articles regarding dieting, exercising, healthy foods and important health issues from healthy life segment. 

What is Healthy lifestyle?

Today we all want a wellbeing more than anything else. With the change of our life styles different type of diseases grabbed many people which cause large proportion of deaths. Even though all diseases are preventable common critical health issues like coronary heart disease and lung cancer can be avoided. Scientific studies shows that certain types of behavior that contribute to the development of non-communicable diseases and early death. Health not count as just avoiding diseases, it is a lifelong reflection of balance in physical, mental and social wellbeing. If you adopted a healthy lifestyle you can be a positive influence to your family, particularly children.

Why we need healthy lifestyle?

A healthy lifestyle has both short and long term health benefits. Long term, eating a balanced diet, taking regular exercise and maintaining a healthy weight can add years to your life and reduce the risk of certain diseases including cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis and obesity. In the short-term it can also make you feel and look your best, give you more energy and help you maintain a healthy weight.

How to have a healthy lifestyle?

The key point of having a healthy life is to reducing the riskiness of fell in diseases such as cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis and obesity. In order to achieve that we need to have healthy eating, physical activities, weight management, and stress management. Healthy is not 2 points out of 4 or 3 point out of 4, it is 4 out of 4 which means it is a balance, if you able to keep balancing you can automatically step onto the right pathway of healthy life. Take a small step and gradually you will able to have a positive impact of your well-being. 

Components of a healthy lifestyle

A healthy lifestyle is mostly associated with:

  • Proper diet

What we eat and how we feel are linked in very complex ways. A healthy approach to eating is centered on savoring flavor, eating to satisfaction, and increasing energy, rather than focusing on weight. Check your balance of low-calorie foods, nutrient-dense foods (providing many nutrients per calorie), and foods that are calorie dense but nutrient poor. Try to add more whole grains, fresh fruits and vegetables, and legumes into your meals. Pair these carbohydrate-rich foods with a healthy fat or lean protein to extend satisfaction.

  • Physical exercise

Did you know that daily exercise can reduce all of the biomarkers of aging? This includes improving eyesight, normalizing blood pressure, improving lean muscle, lowering cholesterol, and improving bone density. Studies show that even ten minutes of exercise makes a difference — so do something! Crank the stereo and dance in your living room. Walk to the park with your kids or a neighbor you’d like to catch up with. Jump rope or play hopscotch. Spin a hula hoop. Do sports. Bike to work. Jump on a trampoline. Go for a hike.

  • Proper sleeping pattern

If you have trouble sleeping, try relaxation techniques such as meditation and yoga. Or eat a small bedtime snack of foods shown to help shift the body and mind into sleep mode: whole grain cereal with milk, oatmeal, cherries, or chamomile tea. Darken your room more and turn your clock away from you. Write down worries or stressful thoughts to get them out of your head and onto the page. This will help you put them into perspective so you can quit worrying about them.

  • Personal hygiene

The human body can provide places such as skin for disease-causing germs and parasites to grow and multiply. It is less likely that germs and parasites will get inside the body if people have good personal hygiene habits. These practice includes bathing, washing your hands, brushing your teeth, changing into clean clothes, hanging clothes in the sun to dry, turning away from other people and covering the nose and mouth with a tissue or the hand when coughing or sneezing and more.

  • Absence of bad habits or addiction

Bad habits like smoking or addiction to alcohol or sweet foods can cause unhealthy lifestyle making you seriously ill. Switch bad habits/addiction into good new habits/addiction.

  • Health education

Health education build knowledge, skills, and positive attitudes about our health which are all about physical, mental, emotional and social health. It motivate you to improve and maintain your health, prevent disease, and reduce risky behaviors. Also through health education you can gain skills that required to make healthy choices over your lifetime. Effective impacts can reduce risk for addict in alcohol, tobacco, and other drug. Injury prevention, mental and emotional health, nutrition, physical activity, prevention of diseases and sexuality and family life are beneficial factors of learning health education.

  • Safe environment

Environment surround us plays an important role in healthy life. In order to have good health, you need to have safe, clean environments to live, work and play in. Many diseases can be prevented by eliminating environment related risk- factors. By taking care of our environments, we take care of ourselves. People choose to live in urban areas so they can have a better quality of life.

  • Physical fitness

If you want to live well and live longer, you must exercise! Keep physical fitness, built up physical stamina upon exercise.

  • Love through social support and healthy relationships

Just like obesity, smoking and physical activity, social relationships impact your social health. Besides subtle direct effects, a relationship influences your physical, dietary and social habits. The kind of communication and relationship that exists between a patient and a caregiver largely influence the recovery process. With a strong social support network, you are less likely to get depressed. Social relationships are important to maintain healthy relationships with our family and friends, as this results in various health benefits, particularly in our golden years. The great news is, it is never too late to start a new relationship.

  • Emotions

Emotional health is an important part of overall health. People who are emotionally healthy are in control of their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. They are able to cope with life’s challenges and can keep problems in perspective and bounce back from setbacks which led to feel good about themselves and have good relationships. Being emotionally healthy does not mean you are happy all the time. It means you are aware of your emotions. You can deal with them, whether they are positive or negative. Emotionally healthy people still feel stress, anger, and sadness. But they know how to manage their negative feelings. They can tell when a problem is more than they can handle on their own. They also know when to seek help from their doctor.

  • Active social life

You can do all the right things — but if you have personal relationships with people who have unhealthy habits, it is often an uphill battle. The healthiest people are those who have relationships with other healthy people. Get your family or friends involved with you when you walk or plan healthier meals. Making healthy changes with a loved one can bring you closer together as well as motivate you.

This is an introduction for you to have a healthy lifestyle which we all want to have. Basically articles on healthy life will post according to this one that will important to your daily basis activities. So look forward to meet valuable information about our health. See you soon.

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