How to Live Longer and Happier?
Have you ever wondered how you can add years to your life, or how to stay young and healthy? How to find the balance between enough “me-time” and good interpersonal relationships? Because we really need both.
Good Company Serves as a Buffer Against Stress
Chronic stress weakens the immune system and ages cells faster, ultimately shortening life span by years. So what is the solution? Seek any activity that may reduce stress. Spend more time in nature, associate with people who have similar goals. Reorganise your stuff in the closet or in the backyard, have a luxury bath, listen to peaceful music or read a good book.
We need friends we can talk to without being misunderstood or criticized. In the smallest circle, we have our family and closest friends. How peaceful is that microcosm of society? As human beings, we are responsible for ourselves. Surrounding yourself with positive people can boost your mood, health and productivity.
You Just Need to Take More Time for Yourself!
Have you ever heard this sentence? It may seem impossible with all you have on your plate. However, taking some time off to relax is a good investment that pays real returns.
Smart Schedule, Daily Routine
There are simple life hacks that help you to maximize longevity and stay active and strong. Incorporate these habits into your life and see the results.
It has protective effects on the body, helps you to stay slim, get better balance and stronger bones.
Get quality sleep. Poor sleep is linked to higher levels of the stress hormone which causes ageing. While sleeping, the body systems are repairing and rejuvenating the organs.
Have a Strict Daily Morning Ritual
Get up early and drink 2 cups of water every morning. Do some light stretching exercise and keep good hygiene. Have rich, healthy breakfast and set your schedule for the day.
Keep a Journal, Write Down Your Goals
Let it be a leather-bound diary or an application on your iPhone, a well-structured journal will help you to stay focused on your goals.
Skip TV Time, Get More “Me Time”
Getting more “me-time” is easier than it looks. If you skip TV time, you’ll get more productivity, freedom and increased consciousness. You’ll have more time to do what you want. Briefly: you will never feel like a waste of time.
Countless studies show that making and maintaining friends will help you maximize longevity. We are social creatures, so cultivate friends to live longer and happier!
Give, Help, Volunteer
Giving back to your community is valuable in itself but helping others helps you as well. You may learn more about yourself while gaining valuable life experience and skills.
Spend More Time in Nature
Being outside in nature makes you feel more alive. Try any outdoor activities to boost your vitality levels and get increased energy.
Worry Less, Smile More
Feeling positive about your life contributes to both longevity and better health.
Smile, it is so simple!