When we go for a doctor’s consultation, we are aware that something in our body is not functioning normally. Just like when we feel tired all the time, or we do not have an appetite to eat a proper meal, or we easily catch colds that would take days and days to recover.
Often, the doctor will tell us what went wrong with our body, and then leave us with a prescription of medicine that will help us recover fast. The doctors are absolutely right about the medications and the reason why our bodies reacted abnormally. But there are uncommon factors that trigger the deteriorating of our health, and that is within our lifestyle.
They say that your lifestyle will determine your future, and in other words, our lifestyle today has a direct effect on our health when the body can no longer take it. It is our body’s way to warn us that we are doing too much of something that is not good for us, and we need to control it.
Here are the 4 Unhealthy Habits that we should learn how to control today:
1. It Starts With Our Food Consumption
The increased risk of obesity, depression, stomach disorders, heart disease, and stroke, and even chronic diseases is related to poor quality of food consumption. And, as you might expect, it has a very significant impact on your energy. Bad eating habits such as low intake or high consumption have negative health effects.
When we were young, we were taught of the simple basic human necessity which is the go, grow, and glow foods. We are not just practicing it regularly. The charts available on the internet which we can print out to remind us what these basic necessities are, and when is the best time to take them.
Moreover, there is this we called breakfast, lunch, and dinner. So there is no such thing as brunch or late breakfast or late dinner. We have to have the will to discipline our eating habits.
2. The Underrated 7 To 8 Hours Sleep A Day
A good night’s rest means a good day forward. How we rest our body at night has a direct impact to our performance for the following day. Sleep deficiency is harmful to us and so it disrupts the mood, productivity, and … Read moreRead More