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I have a question concerning human health. I want to know that what are the heath habits that can common ailment of the nervous system.
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There are some ways to boost your chances of living a happy, healthy life. Instead of bringing misfortune, however, the described habits promise a life of vigor and vivacity.
Eat Breakfast Every Morning
Breakfast eaters are champions of good health. Research shows people who have a morning meal tend to take in more vitamins and minerals, and less fat and cholesterol.
Add Fish and Omega-3 Fatty Acids to Your Diet
Besides being a good source of protein and a food relatively low in the bad type of dietary fat called saturated fat, fish has omega-3 fatty acids -- which have been shown to reduce the risk of heart disease.
Get Enough Sleep
Sleep is vital to good health and to mental and emotional well-being. The NSF reports that people who don't get enough slumber are more likely than others to develop psychiatric problems and to use health care services. Plus, sleep deprivation can negatively affect memory, learning, and logical reasoning.
Make Social Connections
Whatever you do, do it with people. Communal activities are good for your physical and mental health, according to a study published in the March/April 2004 issue of the American Journal of Health Behavior.
Exercise for Better Health
Studies have also shown a link between exercise and a reduced risk of certain cancers.
Take Up a Hobby
The joy may help people live healthier and recover better from illness. For one thing, taking part in hobbies can burn calories, more so than just sitting in front of the TV.
Take a Daily Walk
An eight-year study of 13,000 people also showed that people who walked 30 minutes daily had a significantly reduced chance of premature death compared with those who rarely exercised, reports the American Council on Exercise.
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