Must know: nine things to increase life and reduce life
A few days ago, British doctor Teresa McNair published a new book, “Longevity: 100 Factors to Increase Life and Loss.” Her comprehensive multiple research presented some important factors affecting longevity.
To live longer, the practice is simple – to foster strengths and circumvent weaknesses in life, to change bad factors, and to maintain dominant factors.
The room has an open view: the two-year study shows that the inpatients with wide vision in the ward have changed their recovery rate and discharged earlier.
Healthy people are better able to improve their moods, relieve stress, and become optimistic through an open field of vision to maintain a healthy body.
If you don’t like the scenery outside the window, you can look at the scenery indoors – replace it with your favorite landscape or photo.
Life is a mess: life is reduced for 1 year When we live in chaos, most people feel depressed.
This kind of confusion may be that the objects in the house are placed indiscriminately, or the debt is numerous.
The resulting stress causes an increase in heart rate and blood pressure, and an increase in the level of harmful health hormones.
Pets: 2 years of life in the United States A study shows that people who keep pets can also experience depression instead of seeing a doctor.
Touching or with a pet can lower your heart rate and blood pressure.
Harmonious life: 4 years of harmonious life is good for health.
Male orgasm (at least twice a week) can reduce the risk of premature death by half; ejaculation also helps men reduce the risk of prostate cancer.
Studies have shown that female sexual life is not normal and can easily lead to increased risk of heart disease.
Noise pollution: A one-year life reduction study found that up to 3% of cardiovascular disease is associated with long-term exposure to noise.
Noise creates a chronic stress that causes the body to be overly alert.
Even during sleep, the body continues to respond to noise, producing high blood pressure hormones that cause changes in the heart and blood vessels, increasing the incidence of high blood pressure, high blood pressure and heart disease and stroke.
Being a woman: In terms of life expectancy in the world for 7 years, women are generally 10% higher than men.
In addition to environmental and genetic factors, male insulin hormones are prone to aggressive and competitive behavior, so accidental casualties such as death from violence are greatly increased.
Another major reason for women’s fetal life is that estrogen raises “good plasma” levels.
Marriage: Life expectancy of a married couple for 7 years is generally higher than that of a divorced, widowed or unmarried person.
American studies have shown that people who never get married are at a higher risk of premature death by two-thirds.
Those who do not marry are scored, and those who are happy in marriage are involved in economic problems, physical health problems, and even if they are sick, the recovery rate cannot be restored.
Divorce: Divorce after 3 years of distress will lead to emotional ups and downs, and the risk of accidental death and heart disease death increases.
At the same time, the risk of cancer, pneumonia and high blood pressure has also increased significantly.
Of course, if marriage is extremely unhappy, breaking up is still the best choice for health.
Poor posture: 2 years of poor posture can lead to muscle, tendon and ligament strain, joint damage, and even affect the effective work of the internal organs.
In addition, bad posture will cause back pain, arthritis, and low back pain that affect normal work and health.
Older hunchbacks are more likely to die prematurely due to heart disease.