Living a good healthy life has become a very serious problem in today's modern era. Everyone wishes for a good health, but he does not want to do his lifestyle and physical labor, so that his body remains healthy.
As good as modern medical technology is, it can never save you from problems caused by an unhealthy lifestyle. Instead of getting a modern medicine for every problem, it is far better to live in such a way that you rarely get sick.
A penny of prevention is certainly better than a thousand cures. Here are some tips on how to live a long and healthy life. In addition, the same lifestyle that helps you avoid disease also helps you lose weight.
1. Get Enough Exercise
In the past people had to make use of their physical bodies in the course of their normal work. Earlier we didn't have that much resources, but today one can get up, go to work in the car, then sit back, get up in the car to go home and sit again for the rest of the day on reaching home . There is no physical labor in such a lifestyle. This physical inactivity is one of the major causes of many diseases. Sports, running, exercise, if our normal work does not require us to work physically, then walking and other things should be included in our life.
2. Fall asleep when you're sleepy
It may sound simple, but many people wake up late, even when their body is telling them it is time to sleep. Yoga and Ayurvedic doctors also say that it is better to sleep at night and be active during the day. However, people like students consume coffee and stimulants to study till late at night. Others develop a habit of being active at night and sleeping during the day. While we can do this, it ultimately has a huge impact on health. Alternative health doctors say that this kind of unnatural living is one of the main factors leading to cancer and other diseases.
3. Eat When You're Hungry
This too is a simple idea, but once again we often go against the messages of the body. If you eat at scheduled times of the day out of habit or due to social pressure, even when you are not really hungry, you will not be able to digest your food properly. Acidity and indigestion are triggered, and this increases the chances of other complex diseases taking root. Feeling hungry is indeed a sign of good health, but if you are not hungry then you should wait for a while and then eat. (If you do not feel hungry even after waiting for a reasonable time, you should consult a doctor as something is wrong.)
4. Faster on a regular, systematic basis
If you ask someone to work 365 days per year without any rest, they will complain and say that they should take some rest or else they will break. But we never agreed to ask or think about our digestive organs, which we are forced to work day after day without rest. They may not protest the way a person does to their boss, but they signal to us that they can't work non-stop. When we ignore those signals and still force them to work, those organs break down. That is why it is necessary to fast from time to time. Avoid eating for a whole day. It relaxes your digestive organs and also helps in eliminating waste from your body. Regular fasting allows a person to gain extra time for intellectual or spiritual pursuits. Fasting is not for the sadhus in a cave, but it is a sensible practice, which can be practiced by anyone.
5. Wash off with cold water before sleeping
As mentioned above, proper sleep is essential for the maintenance of health. If you wash your vital motor and sensory organs (hands, hands, eyes, feet, mouth, genitals) with cold water before sleeping, it will relax you and prepare you for deep sleep.
6. Meditate Regularly
Your body is connected to your mind. Many diseases of this age are psychosomatic. Stress and anxiety take a toll on our physical health. Meditation is a mental exercise that, among other things, allows you to separate yourself from the worries of life. Learn a simple technique and do it regularly.
7. Wake up early everyday
Once again the old saying goes, "Early to bed, early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise." I don't know if it will make you rich or not, but it will necessarily make you healthy. Your body just needs enough sleep, neither too much nor too little.
If you follow these tips, you can never go wrong.