1. Don’t sit for too long.
The long sitting on the body is very big, the saying “sitting hurt kidney”, but in fact sitting not only hurt your kidney, it is a full range of harm.
This is a great way to get the most out of your time and money.
Sitting can also cause the blood circulation near the anus to slow down, the immune system decreased, triggering hemorrhoids.
Sitting can also lead to obesity, the most obvious manifestation for boys is a bigger stomach and butt, thicker legs. In the long run, chronic diseases such as diabetes and high blood pressure will come to us.
Not only that, sedentary will inevitably trigger damage to the neck, spine, lower back, and sedentary obesity will also lead to knees, ankles, heart and other weight-bearing increase, very easy to injure.
2. Don’t stay up late.
Modern society, due to life, work, emotional, social and other pressures increase, many people like to extend their working hours by staying up late.
But the time to rest is not rest like the computer will increase wear and tear for a long time.
Considering that the time you get up is difficult to delay, stay up late is basically equivalent to shortening sleep, your organism is not fully rested, it will be in a bad mood, from time to time to come to you to vent with you.
For example: toothache, high blood pressure, blisters, hair loss, memory loss, sperm quantity and quality, affect the next day’s work and learning, etc.
3. Stay away from carbonated drinks.
Carbonated beverages (including beer) are characterized by being enjoyable to drink at the time, addictive but mussel-ridden – corroding teeth, gastrointestinal problems …… These are all harmful effects of carbonated beverages.
Central obesity is bad for your image, but it’s also bad for your health.
4. Take lycopene in moderation.
Lycopene is a carotenoid. It has an important role in the body antioxidant, cancer prevention, prevention of prostate disease, prevention of oral and gastrointestinal mucosal diseases, and has been highly praised in recent years.
We can usually eat more tomatoes or take lycopene capsules, but the latter are generally more expensive, economic conditions do not allow do not force.
Everyone knows that eating is important, but there are many people do not pay attention to how to eat, their thinking is still stuck in the “as long as the full on” stage. At least to do less food and more meals; do not eat too many staple food for satiety and ignore the intake of fruits, vegetables and meat; milk and eggs than porridge more suitable for breakfast.
In addition, a seven-minute meal is sufficient for those who like to eat until they are full, which can lead to bad breath as their stomachs get bigger over time.
6. Don’t pluck your nose hair and beard.
All men grow beards when they reach puberty and then face the reality of growing nose hairs. We should never pluck the beard, because our face is rich in capillaries, plucking the beard will easily lead to infection and inflammation of these blood vessels, thus affecting the overall health of the face.
Nose hairs are even less plucked, the main role of the nose hairs is to block the dust inhaled during breathing, plucked will be a lot of dust into the respiratory tract and even the lungs, affecting human health.
There is also some people nasal mucosa thin, plucking nasal hair when the force is easy to damage the nasal mucosa cause rhinitis, nose bleeding and other symptoms. It is recommended that men with long nasal hair use scissors more to repair, rather than pulling the force.
7. Ear and hearing protection
Hearing is vital to a person’s survival – people with good hearing tend to be more alert, not only receiving information more efficiently, but also better able to protect themselves.
It’s also important to have your ears emptied regularly, cleaned with water, and do ear exercises.
In addition, it is not recommended to wear headphones for a long period of time, and do not listen to excessively irritating sounds for a long period of time, as damage to hearing is often irreversible.
8. About rhinitis, breathing and colds
Breathing has a very, very big impact on a person. But because it’s so common, no one pays attention to it. In fact abdominal breathing is very good for health.
The nose is an important organ for breathing, and once you get rhinitis, it will affect normal breathing, thus indirectly affecting intelligence and cardiovascular status, so you must pay attention to the prevention and control of rhinitis.
There are some people with allergic rhinitis, this kind of people have poor immune system, need to strengthen physical exercise, nutrition, pay attention to rest.
Running itself is boring, but an essential exercise for the young and strong. The key is to stick to it – you don’t have to run every day, but two or three times a week, an hour at a time is good enough. You don’t have to run every day, just two or three times a week for an hour at a time.
Big, fat people don’t fall into this category; your goal is to lose weight and avoid hurting your knees.
10. Do the right thing, not just stick to it!
Running is important, and it’s awesome to keep running. So many people start to mechanically stick to it – even if they go to bed at 2:00 at night, they have to get up at 5:00 a.m. to run, and I can only say that such people don’t have enough brains.
You can’t even get enough sleep, so why are you running? It is important to understand that sleep is the foundation, and that long, strenuous exercise without enough sleep leaves you vulnerable to injury and possibly sudden death.
11. Develop social skills
Maintaining basic social skills plays an important role in maintaining physical and mental health. We are all social creatures and no one can be healthy and happy just by themselves.
You’re not required to be a socialite, but you can’t be someone everyone hates, or you’re bound to have psychological problems.
12. On Drinking Water
Don’t wait until you’re thirsty to drink water, it’s recommended to drink it as often as you eat, less at a time. Drink at least 1200ml a day and drink a glass of water after waking up early in the morning to cleanse your gut and prevent your blood pressure from rising.
Don’t drink water that is too hot or too cold, it’s not good for your intestines.
Don’t drink ice water in the summer just because it’s hot.
13. Wear sunglasses when you go out
Wearing sunglasses can help protect your eyes from UV radiation and make them more comfortable.
Except for cloudy and rainy days, wear your sunglasses to not only protect your eyes from UV rays, but also to keep the delicate eye skin protected.
14. Don’t check your phone too often
Mobile phone is now everyone can not do without the communication tools, but long-term head down to look at the phone is not only bad for the cervical spine, the most important thing is to hurt your eyes and destroy your attention.
Especially many people also like to turn off the light to look at the phone, it seems that the eyes are very easy to injury.