It may not be easy, as we see people getting sick every day, but living a disease-free life is simple. The problems appear when we hurt our bodies and stop tending to their basic needs.
So, to restore it, a new lifestyle is necessary. You surely have heard this before, haven't you?
Today, we will see 7 habits that can restore your health and improve your longevity, disposition, well-being, and quality of life.
Drink water: 60% of our bodies are made of water. It is also 90% of blood plasma and 80% of our brains.
Fresh air: the ideal would be to live in places with a low pollution index, with fresh air, free of harmful particles and chemical components.
Sunlight: we talk and hear a lot about how necessary sunlight is to our health. Recent research shows that while excessive exposure to sunlight isn't good, it is still essential to maintain your health.
Rest and sleep: as important as being active is knowing how to rest and have a good night's sleep.
Oral hygiene: brushing your teeth 20 to 30 minutes after meals helps maintain your oral health.
Healthy eating: this is one of the main natural medicines. Your diet must have all the macronutrients and micronutrients (vitamins and minerals) that your body needs for energy, cell production, and to regulate functions.
Exercise: one of the pillars of health and longevity. Besides the feel-good endorphins, exercising has many health benefits.
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