I am not a big health conspiracy theorist, but I don’t believe everything is terrible for you and that everything is going to give you cancer. The truth is some research findings are alarming and surprising. Some everyday things we are doing are damaging our health, and the truth is, your health is your number one most valuable asset.
It doesn’t matter how much money you have or how many women are on your junk; if you’re not healthy, nothing else matters. My goal is for this video to help open your eyes to some lifestyle modifications that could improve and make your life healthier.
- Get more sleep. Getting less than 7 to 8 hours of sleep increases your risk for heart attack. If you get over 9 hours of sleep, this also increases your risk for heart attack. You need about 7 to 8 hours of sleep to feel and look good, and your body fat won’t increase. This also helps with stress levels and makes your mind as sharp as possible.
- Improve your diet. (a) Eat more fiber. To reduce the amount of precancerous polyps one could get, you should reduce the amount of alcohol you’re consuming and increase the amount of fiber you consume. (b) Improve your diet. If your diet sucks, you can destroy your body. Processed meats are terrible with sulfites and nitrates, which increase cancer. Sugar, including artificial sweeteners like aspartame, is also awful.
- Decrease screen time. Being on your devices too much is bad for your serotonin levels and brain. Dopamine is needed, but our brains can get overwhelmed through unhealthy means like surfing our phones. When you spend time on devices, you get a hit of dopamine, which prevents you from seeking it from healthy means and causes a lack of motivation. You must reset your dopamine levels and become mentally clearer by limiting your screen time.
- Reduce EDCs. EDCs are damaging men’s testosterone levels and fertility. It’s critical to upgrade the quality of your products because the EDCs are sneaky in many products, such as BPA and plastics. These can leach into beverages we are consuming. Grooming products also can have them from anything from shampoos to soaps to body washes to hair products. These can destroy the endocrine system. Opt for high-quality versions such as Pete & Pedro.
- Eliminate toxic people. Toxic people can damage your mentality and physical health by increasing your stress levels. This increases cortisol and could cause anxiety and not allow you to live the best life. Somebody is toxic if they make you feel worse when you’re around them as opposed to better. If they do not have your best interest in mind, run the hell away because you’re too amazing.
- Stop sitting on your ass. Your circadian rhythm can be messed up if you’re not going outside and getting in the sun. Vitamin D from being outside for approximately an hour boosts testosterone production.
- Take care of your teeth. Oral hygiene is essential for social interaction because funky breath and disgusting teeth turn people away. Also, visit the dentist every 6 months for a cleaning and check-up.
- Care for your mental health. (a) Don’t isolate. We’ve all experienced this in our lives, such as during the pandemic. You will not feel as good mentally when you cannot connect with people. (b) Deal with your issues. Even though you think you may have it under control, if you have not dealt with past issues that are deep-seated, they can manifest in a lot of unhealthy ways. I recommend speaking to a therapist.
- Refrain from drugs and alcohol. Just because your friends are doing it and it’s normalized on social media doesn’t mean it’s healthy or suitable. Smoking cigarettes is literally one of the worst things that you can do to your health. Vaping is also extremely unhealthy. Your lungs are one of the most precious things in your body; take it from me, someone with asthma. Live the cleanest life possible and avoid things that can destroy your health.
- Drink enough water. Stay hydrated for all your bodily functions and your skin’s health.