9. Isolating Yourself
We all have those days when we simply want to withdraw from society and this world because every other person seems to irritate us, annoy us and we can’t deal with the exhaustion of trying to get along with other human beings.
It is essential to strengthen your bond with individuals you hold dear, along with making new connections with people you like. Research reveals that individuals who are strongly connected with a loving network of family, friends and community tend to lead longer, healthier and happier lives.
However, it is important to take out some alone time for yourself so you can form your inner connections. But the importance to keeping in touch with your friends and family simply cannot be denied.
10. Consume Healthy Meals in Mindful Portions
Develop the habit of eating less, along with eliminating all sugary beverages and replacing them with plain water. Also, be sure to steer clear of large portion sizes, and cut down the portion sizes of carbohydrates that pack up heaps of calories, such as breads and pastas. And religiously avoid foots that say ‘low-fat’ because they actually disguise a lot of calories.
11. Everyone is at Risk
Statistics reveal that cardiovascular ailments, such as heart failure, heart disease and strokes, has the highest death toll in the United States as opposed to any other disease, even cancer.