Basic Tips and Tricks to Avoid Untimely Death
It is believed over 40% of premature deaths in the world today are deaths that can be avoided as they are caused by preventable diseases. Sadly, as you will see more here, nearly 60% of premature deaths are due to carelessness and bad life choices. In as much as no one comes out of this life alive, we all would want to lead a long healthy life, right? Keep reading to see more here on how to get started into the journey of a healthy you and a healthy, rewarding long life.
Smoking puts your health on the line so you might want to avoid it under all costs. Smoking has been linked to cancer and heart diseases, not to mention the many youthful and radiant years smoking will steal from you. Also avoid taking any street drugs no matter or trustworthy and reliable your supplier is. If not for anything else, you might become unfortunate enough to land on a bad batch laced with some hard drugs that will switch off the living lights out of you.
Binge drinking will equally mess your life as much as smoking and hard drugs. This shouldn’t be construed to mean you swear off all alcoholic beverages in your life. We all know a glass of wine keeps the doctor away, right? The problem comes in when you cannot control the consumption of alcohol, and you end up becoming an addict. Binge drinking brings about a vicious cycle of overindulgence, followed by regrets and very many physical and emotional consequences you may not be ready for. Liver cirrhosis is real, leading to lots of pain and death if no urgent measures are taken.
Did you know that gun ownership also puts you at risk of untimely death? It is true having a gun sounds like a good idea to keep you safe. Alas, multiple studies indicate that owning a gun does not necessarily deter the commission of a crime. Improper gun handling and accidental firing definitely puts many people at risk or premature death.
How about you also watch your diet and ensure you have a physical fitness routine that will help you avoid leading a sedentary lifestyle? Increased stress levels increase your health risks with escalated blood pressure and depression. You can see more here on how to manage a stress-free life by living within your means, lest you risk having high blood pressure, depression or worse.