5 health commandments you should live by

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Living a healthy longer life is what we all are looking forward. But in today’s busy schedule you have to strive hard to  maintain a healthy you. This blog reveals the 10 commandments you should stick to for being in the pink of health. To be honest living healthy does not need a lot of money or effort. But a little committment to yourself. A set of commandments or guidelines to stick to, and you are almost there!

1-Lifestyle change

Being healthier doesn’t mean that you have to drastically your entire lifestyle. Sometimes all it takes is a few simple changes in it. From eating more carrots to taking staircase rather than lift. These quick-and-easy tweaks to your daily health regimen can make a huge difference in the way you feel.

2-Grab your toes and pull

This boosts blood circulation after your feet have been cramped in shoes all day. Without proper circulation, the muscles and nerves in our toes don’t work properly. And that can cause pain in your knees, hips, and back. So the first thing you do in the morning is grabbing your toes. The best part of this exercise is that you can do it while being in bed too.

3-Fly right

Are you a frequent flying person? Turn on the air vent above your seat. By angling the vent towards your face you get filtered air and it creates a little bit of a barrier to keep the germs going around the cabin from getting into your nose or mouth.

4- Get Enough Sleep

It has been proved that not getting enough sleep has been linked to heart attacks, high blood pressure b   and other serious health problems. Research recommends that adults get eight to eight and a half hours of sleep each night for optimum health.

5-Get health checkups done

Regular checkups can help you spot little health problems before they become big ones. Dr. Liponis suggests adults consult their doctor to determine when they need routine screenings such as pap tests, mammograms, prostate exams and colonoscopies, as well as immunizations and checks of blood pressure and cholesterol.


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