The 5 Habits to Break If You Want to Age Well

The main cause of accelerated aging is inadequate sleep. Your risk of potentially life-shortening conditions including cancer, heart disease, obesity, diabetes, and dementia is lower if you get adequate sleep. Set a goal of seven to nine hours each night.

Poor Sleep

Alcohol abuse increases the risk of six different cancers. Additionally, it raises your blood triglyceride levels, which could harden your arteries, increase blood pressure, and cause a heart attack or stroke.

Excessive drinking

Experts advise drinking only in moderation—no more than one drink per day for women and two drinks per day for men—to lower your risk of developing a number of health issues.

Excessive drinking

Your chance of developing lung cancer rises if you smoke or use tobacco. Additionally damaging to the heart and artery walls, tobacco smoke raises your chance of dementia, heart attacks, and strokes.

Using Tobacco

Regular exercise has been linked to a lower risk of dementia, osteoporosis, cancer, heart disease, and living a longer lifespan.

Skipping Exercise

Over 9,000 daily steps (around 30 to 45 minutes of activity most days) reduced the risk of dying young by about 70% for both men and women compared to those who were less active. exercising for at least 150 minutes per week at a moderate level.

Skipping Exercise

While routinely walking has many health advantages, it cannot make up for the physiological and functional declines brought on by aging. Do strength and power exercises many times a week instead.

Not Doing Strength Training