Exercise

Do you want to live longer?


Solutions are often surprisingly simple.

If you want to lower your risk of traffic accidents, don't run red lights. Fasten your seatbelt. Avoid tailgating. Stick to the speed limits. Don't use your mobile phone while you drive, unless you have a hands-free setup. By adhering to these extremely rational rules that are really just a product of common sense you can drastically improve your chances of returning home in one piece from a car journey on a country road, the freeway or through the city.

So what has all of this got to do with old age? Well, although it is possible to raise your bust, even out your wrinkles with help from Botox, remove sagging skin with a few nips and tucks, and spend a fortune on desperate attempts to slow down the ageing process, what it all boils down to is a simple doctrine: IF YOU WANT TO REACH A RIPE AGE, STICK TO HEALTHY LIVING!

Scientists have observed that people who avoid smoking, drink alcohol in moderation, exercise, and steer clear of lifestyle-associated diseases like hypertension and diabetes, are more likely to grow old.

The body is designed to be used - not abused. Smoking, drinking, and unhealthy eating habits combined with lack of physical activity and too many hours spent in front of the TV instead of burning off excess calories will - without discussion - have a harmful impact on living tissue. A car lasts substantially longer if you take proper care of it. It is exactly the same with the human body.

Therefore, it cannot be repeated often enough: USE YOUR COMMONE SENSE. STAY HEALTHY. THAT WAY YOU WILL LIVE A GOOD AND LONG LIFE!