March is National Nutrition Month and How to Live Better & Longer illustrates different ways to stay healthy and happy this month.
The top three causes of death in America (heart disease, cancer, and stroke) can all be prevented by adopting a healthier lifestyle. Below you’ll find tips on ways to improve your diet, career, stress, and exercise. In order to live better & longer you need to find a balance between these 4 categories.
Diet: Did you know that most vending machine items contribute to health issues like obesity, heart disease, and diabetes? These snacks also affect behavioral issues like hyperactivity, aggression, and fatigue. In order to combat this makes sure to ditch the vending machine and choose superfoods instead. Eat beans, spinach, salmons, and almonds in your meals to take advantage of their proven benefits and nutrients.
Fitness: Individuals who are 20% or more overweight run a greater risk of developing type 2 diabetes, stroke, arthritis, heart disease, and high blood pressure. You can combat these conditions by exercising regularly. Try cardio, yoga or strength training to help you stay fit.
Stress: Unmanaged reactions to stress can be a dangerous risk factor for cancer and heart disease than cigarette smoking or high cholesterol foods. With stress too little or too much can be dangerous to your emotional and physical health. Help relieve stress by talking, writing, or meditating.
Career:Your career impacts your health and happiness and only 3% of professional set career-driven goals to improve their productivity and happiness in the workplace. Remember to set SMART goals to challenge yourself and grow professionally.
Make simple changes to your eating habits, mental health, career, and workout plan to help you live a better and longer life.
This post is brought to you by: Lifewellness Wellness Center
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