Three behaviors you can adopt to stay healthy.


Not eating healthily, having sedentary lifestyle, and a stressful life can increase the risk of many cancers, heart disease, stroke, diabetes and osteoporosis.They say you are what you eat which means that what you put in your body affect how it works.

If you eat a diet rich in unnecessary and healthy nutrients you can make it harder for your body to continue effectively which can lead to health problems. Poor diets lacking in the vitamins, minerals and other nutrients you need,   can take a considerable negative toll on your overall health.You can overturn the consequences of unhealthy diet by beginning to eat healthy.

A sedentary lifestyle and lack of physical activity can contribute to or be a risk factor of anxiety, cancer, high blood pressure, elevated cholesterol level. People who engage in more physical activity are less likely to be overweight or obese thing that lowering the risk of all disease mentioned earlier. According to an article posted by John Hopkins Medicine, it was recently reported that inactivity is also responsible for more annual deaths than smoking.

Stress is also affecting your health. When you are in a stressful situation, your body launches a physical response. Your nervous system springs into actions, realizing hormones that prepare you to either fight or take off. If your stress stay activated for a long period of time it can lead to more health problems. The constant rush of stress hormones can put a lot of wear and tear on your body. Causing it to age more quickly and making it more prone to illness.

When your stress become long term,  it can lead to a number of more serious health conditions including depression, heart disease, heart attack, ulcers, weight gain or loss, asthma or arthritis, skin problems like acne, eczema and psoriasis. Managing your stress can make a real difference to your health.


So take control of your health and encourage your family to do the same.



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