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WHAT HEALTHY LIFESTYLE MEANS




Dr. Manish Jain (MBBS) is an health expert from delhi & dealing with lifestyle Diseases we face in daily life.

he informs that your daily habits are responsible for most of your current & future diseases , according to the World Health Organization, is "a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease and infirmity" if you are not sick that doesnt mean you are healthy but not having any disease is component of health, which can be promoted by encouraging healthful activities, such as regular physical exercise and adequate sleep, and by reducing or avoiding unhealthful activities or situations, such as smoking or excessive stress.

Good nutrition, daily exercise and adequate sleep are the foundations of healthy living. A healthy lifestyle keeps you fit, energetic and at reduced risk for disease.

1) Adding 6-8hour sleep like we give rest to electronic items so they can function in better manner, proper sleep to your body help you to cop-up with stress, generating body hormone like testosteron etc.

2) Exercising daily can help you to strengthen the body organs , blood flow, excret out waste from skin making it glow naturally.

3) Medidation which is now trending in society is best way to fight the Mental stress, manage anger & help in better decision making.

4) Eating healthy seasonal Fruits & vegetables with salad which contain vitamins, minerals, fibers and antioxidants that strengthen your body , remove toxins and help to prevents cancer type of diseases.

5) Avoiding Sugar, oil & reducing salt in your daily diet can help you to stay away from life long diseases like hypertension , cardiac diseases.

6) Drinking plenty of water (10-12glass) which helps you to cleanse your body , removing harmful toxins generated by our body.

7) Maintaing cleanliness by taking bath, washing hands regularly before eating food, avoid touching your eyes, nose & mouth without washing of hands.

Following these advices can increase longevity of healthy life.

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