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How To Look Younger in 10 Years

How To Look Younger in 10 Years

Hey there, we all want to live a better life and be as healthy strong, and happy as possible still many of us make healthy choices today that could have devastating consequences, in the long run, the choices you make

Today will have an effect on how healthy you are tomorrow, we are going to talk about the 10 things you should do now to ensure better health in 10 years so if you want to be at your healthiest 10 years from now here's where you should start.

Quit smoking 

We all know smoking is bad for our health but plenty of people still light up quitting today could mean great things for your long-term health though in five years your risk of a subarachnoid hemorrhage decreases by 59 percent and in 10 years for men and 5 years for women your risk of developing diabetes is reduced to that of a non-smoker smokers have been found to be 2.2 times more likely to die from lung cancer than quitters.

Watch your BMI

Maintaining a healthy body mass index BMI can lower your risk for certain diseases the world health organization says as BMI increases so does the risk for some diseases some common conditions related to overweight and obesity include premature death cardiovascular diseases high blood pressure osteoarthritis some cancers and diabetes eating healthfully and exercising can help regulate your BMI.

Make love mounting.

Evidence points to all kinds of benefits to keeping your sex life regular everything from easing depression to relieving pain to fighting off prostate cancer, and people who have sex one to two times a week also appear to have an immune response that is thirty percent higher than those who don't have any sex at all.

Moderate your alcohol.

Believe it or not, alcohol can have some benefits including a reduction in cardiovascular disease but these benefits apply only if it's consumed in moderation heavy drinking can lead to services of liver damage to the heart muscle and an increased risk of several cancers the centers for disease control and prevention CDC identify moderate drinking is no more than one drink per day for women and no more than two per day for men number five turn off the television a 2015 study found a correlation between increased time watching television and a higher incidence of heart disease cancer chronic obstructive pulmonary disease COPD diabetes influenza pneumonia Parkinson's disease liver disease and suicide this doesn't mean you need to throw your television out but it does mean you should probably be monitoring the number of hours you spend sedentary in front of the tv try swapping some of those hours out for something active instead.

Get to bed.

According to the national sleep foundation, adults should get between seven and nine hours of sleep a night routinely failing to get that amount could lead to long-term health consequences including increased obesity high blood pressure, and decreased well-being.


According to the CDC getting at least 150 minutes a week of moderate-intensity aerobic activity can reduce your risk of heart disease stroke type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome a physically active lifestyle also lowers your risk for colon than breast cancer.

Reach a healthy weight.

The world health organization reports that being overweight increases your risk of heart disease stroke type 2 diabetes osteoarthritis and several cancers losing weight obviously isn't a simple task and many struggles to reach a healthy weight talking to your doctor about options and committing to a healthy diet and exercise plan can be beneficial first steps.

Visit your doctor.

The CDC that the right preventive care at every stage of life helps all Americans stay healthy avoid or delay the onset of disease keep diseases they already have from becoming worse or debilitating and lead productive lives an annual checkup is beneficial for everyone but u.s preventive services task forces says women especially should make biennial mammograms a priority after age 50 as well as pap smears every three years after the age of 21 unless your doctor recommends getting these screenings more frequently.

Avoid too much sun.

we all benefit from vitamin d but failing to take sun precautions and spray polyurethane foam of 30 or higher can increase your risk of skin cancer it can also cause sun damage to your skin that will make you appear older than you would like in ten years when we're young and healthy it's easy to assume we are invincible and make careless or detrimental health choices as a result but taking care of yourself today is the number one thing you can do to ensure you are living a healthier life 10 20 or 30 years from now we're all getting older so why not make the choices now that will improve your life in the future.