Exercise helps you maintain a healthy body weight and lowers your blood pressure, both of which contribute to heart health and a reduced risk of heart disease.
Don’t drink Alcohol
Studies have found that heavy drinkers as well as abstainers seem to have a higher risk of early mortality than moderate drinkers.
Reduce stress in your life
Stress causes your body to release a hormone at high level. This hormone can increase blood pressure and cause storage of abdominal fat, both of which can lead to an increased risk of heart disease.
Watch less television
Television promotes inactivity and disengagement from the world, both of which can shorten your lifespan.
Eat less red meat
Eating fishes, Vegetables, Low fat milk, Fruits, Whole grains, Low-fat dairy products like yogurt and cheese.
Also eat more of Skinless poultry, Nuts and beans, Non-tropical vegetable oil and so on seek may help to increase longevity.
If you can’t stand the idea of a steak-free life, reducing your consumption to less than two to three servings a week. This can still incur health benefits. Don’t eat red meat.
As you probably well know, smoking significantly increases your risk of cancer and heart failure.
Socialize yourself neatly and be nice
Although scientists are unsure of the reasons behind this speculation. Socializing leads to increased self esteem as well as peer pressure to maintain health.
Moderate your socialization. Don’t give chance to the devil to use you negatively.