From a young age, most of us are told that it’s important to eat healthy and maintain a healthy weight that’s in proportion to our height. None of us want to live shorter lives and eating healthier can help you to live longer.
We all sometimes go a bit overboard with our eating. Everybody is guilty of eating too much at one point or another. Sometimes we go to a party or a BBQ and end up eating way too much. Indulging every once in a while isn’t bad for you, but regular overeating can shorten your lifespan significantly.
The way that you live your life has a huge impact on your brain health. How you manage stress, how well you socialize, how well you sleep, how much you exercise and what you drink and eat all are crucial to brain health.
So how do you achieve brain health? Here are 7 pillars of brain health that can help you achieve optimal brain health, even into old age.
The Main Activities Which Contribute To A Healthy Lifestyle
Most people think that the activities which contribute to a healthy lifestyle are all about exercising to lose excess weight. And while that is an admirable start, it shouldn’t be a primary goal. A goal from exercising that would serve them better overall (and one where they will lose weight in the process) should be living a healthy lifestyle.
There are 3 main activities which contribute to a healthy lifestyle. They are strength training, cardio exercise and eating a nutritious and balanced diet.