Your state of health mainly depends upon your habits and lifestyle. Unhealthy eating habits, stressful lifestyle and reduced physical activity result in obesity, low level of energy and lifestyle diseases (cardiovascular, diabetes, hypertension, or even cancer). Obesity, heart disease and diabetes are now a growing phenomenon in just about every corner of the world. Since 1980, obesity has doubled in more than 70 countries around the world, and that number is rapidly growing every year. This phenomenon is increasing in poor and rich countries alike.
Considering a speedy lifestyle and chaotic society where food is cheap and all the time available, how do you make changes in your daily habits? How do you become healthier? Well, nobody said it’s easy. You have to set your priorities and decide to make changes. What is important to you? Once you make that decision, you have to be ready to make changes also.
Maintaining health is not so much tricky, but it requires some dedicated time and effort. Here are some simple tips to make your life easier, healthier and more productive: