Our lifespan is influenced by both genetic factors and personal lifestyle and habits. A healthy and balanced lifestyle can add years to our lives if we know how to balance the external elements with the needs of our own body. Here are some factors that shorten the lifespan, which you should avoid at all costs!
Lifestyle is responsible for your overall health and can directly influence its duration. A healthy lifestyle consists of diet, exercise and rest. If the 3 fundamental elements are not in balance with the needs of the body, it may suffer in the long run. Here are some factors that shorten their lifespan and how you can avoid them.
Ovidiu Bojor, Romanian phytotherapist and academician, has dedicated his entire life to teaching people how to live better and longer, with nature. He explains, accordingly Antenna3, how life can be reduced by certain factors.
“First of all, envy. It’s one of the most negative. Instead of enjoying the success of friends, colleagues, this thing comes up … why is it smarter than good? Envy gnaws at the soul just as rust gnaws at iron.
Run after money by any means, unscrupulous. It’s the second thing that shortens our lives.
We have adapted to the stage we are at, and now this time to adapt to the current conditions has shortened. The day has become 20 hours, time seems to flow much faster. We do not have the ability to adapt in such a short time.
Pollution. It’s exogenous and endogenous pollution. There are global pollution prevention programs, but let’s not forget our responsibility. Pollution through food, overeating, drugs, alcohol in large quantities. The modern food industry is destroying our lives. Be very careful about this pollution. I’m not talking about ugly feelings anymore … it’s a sentimental pollution “, explains Ovidiu Bojor, according to Antena3.
For a resilient and long-lived organism, it is essential to know the effects of the environment on you. It is also important to be able to find a balance between emotions, feelings and physical plan.
Source: Doctorul Zilei by www.doctorulzilei.ro.
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