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We see many people living up to 80 or even 100. So what is the secret to a longer, happier and healthier life? Studies show that 3 things determine life expectancy: genetics, environment and our lifestyle. While we have no control over our genes, we can control our environment and lifestyle and see how that makes a huge difference to help us live better in our daily lives. 

Here are 10 ways you can adopt to live better and longer:

Control stress

Long-term stress experienced every day can take its toll on our health. Chronic stress ages us faster. Therefore, it is essential to manage this silent killer.

Manage your blood pressure

Hypertension or high blood pressure can place us at increased risk for a heart attack and other types of vascular disease. Increased water pressure can burst a pipe. Similarly, increased blood pressure can harden our arteries causing a series of complications. We can keep blood pressure under control by a balanced diet, regular exercise and a low-salt diet.

Don't smoke

This warning cannot be repeated enough. Smoking causes significant heart and lung damage. What’s more, it speeds up the aging process causing significant damage to skin. It not only harms us but the other passive smokers around us as well. Quit. Keep trying until you do.

Get your sleep

Not sleeping enough has a profound effect on overall health. Sleep is also crucial to maintaining a healthy memory, especially as we get older. Research has now revealed that sleep helps our brain to register and embed all our learnings during the day. Moreover, lack of adequate sleep can increase blood pressure, bring on depression and shorten life in the long run. Therefore, it is important to ensure at least seven to eight hours of sleep every night.

Get good nutrition

The wise option is to have a balanced diet that is both high on taste and nutrition. Eat the foods you love but in small portions. Plan a varied diet that includes plenty of vegetables and fruits. Don’t forget to include fatty fish and lean meats too. Nuts also offer a basket of benefits. Also try something healthy and new once in a while.

Get good exercise

Your muscles and bones need exercise to keep them young and flexible. It is important to choose an activity you enjoy be it tennis, cricket, the treadmill or just walking in the park. What’s not negotiable is regularity. Exercise everyday.

Exercise your brain

Your brain defines who you are. It gives you the ability to appreciate life in all its perspectives and controls your emotional and intellectual responses to the stimuli around you. So it is only imperative that your brain must be kept alive and not be allowed to rest idle because a dull brain makes for dull living. And the best way to keep your brain active is to use it. Learn something new to challenge it. Seek new experiences. Keep reaping the rewards of being a life-long student.

Stay positive

Positivity has a direct effect on aging and health. As the saying goes, “The me I see, is the me I’ll be.” If you view yourself as old and failing, you will probably carry yourself that way. Your life will be the way you choose to live it. A positive attitude helps you tackle circumstances better, decreasing stress and lengthening your life, helping you look and feel healthy. 

Maintain close relationships

Two is always better than one. Loneliness and isolation can be bad for our health. When you lose loved ones, instead of secluding yourself, go out into the world. Make new friends, find a new partner, take a new class, volunteer for a new cause – be with people because companionship helps people live longer and better.

Be spiritual

As Zen philosophy tells us, “It is the silence between the notes that makes the music.” Amidst the hectic routines and pleasures of daily life, our mind also needs moments of introspective peace. The power of prayer, meditation or just peaceful silence helps to bring calm, reflection and clarity into our busy lives. 

So, what are you doing to live longer?

Tip: Get better sleep at night by cutting out caffeine in the late afternoon and at night.

Also live and sleep better by using the Ultrasonic Cool Mist Humidifier. It spreads fine cool mist in your room restoring the right level of moisture in the air eliminating all problems associated with dry air such as nose, throat, snoring and dry skin problems. 

FAQ

ULTRASONIC PORTABLE OIL AROMA COOL MIST HUMIDIFIER FOR BEDROOM

WHAT IS A COOL MIST HUMIDIFIER?

A cool-mist humidifier is a device intended to disperse cool moisture into the air to increase the Humidity levels of a given space. But you might be wondering? Why do you even want to moist the dry air? What causes dry air? Don’t worry we have done the research for you to answer all this.

WHAT CAUSES LOW HUMIDITY IN YOUR SPACE?

As temperatures get lower during the colder winter season, humidity levels naturally drop. This is because cold air can’t retain as much moisture as warm air. Primarily, low indoor humidity is created when cold air, which carries a far lesser amount of moisture than warm air, enters the home and is heated, therefore lowering the atmosphere’s overall relative humidity. Low humidity can also occur in arid climates during summer as a result of excessive air conditioning, which removes moisture from the air as it operates. But should we even worry about this? Let’s find out what happens due to it?

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN A ROOM HAS LOW HUMIDITY?

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommends that you keep the humidity in your home or workspace between 30 and 50 per cent. When the air becomes drier than that, it raises the risk of several types of health issues. dry skin irritated eyes dryness in the throat or airways allergies frequent coughs bloody noses sinus headaches cracked lips Aside from these health issues, wood and plants also get affected by dry air. If your plants are turning brown even after your intense care. Then don’t blame yourself for it. It might be happening due to low humidity in your space. But does having a humidifier even help the above health issues?

HOW DOES A COLD MIST HUMIDIFIER HELP?

Think about the last time it rained. Do you remember how the air felt after the rain stopped? You may have noticed a “crisp” feeling in the air. A cool-mist humidifier has a similar effect to the temperature of your room. Humidifiers add moisture to the air, which can benefit people with respiratory symptoms or dry skin during the summer months especially if you live in a dry, desert climate. This can also be a benefit during colder months when indoor heating makes the air hot and dry.

DIFFERENCE B/W HUMIDIFIER AND DIFFUSER

If you need more moisture in the air in your home, then you need a humidifier. If you only want to add fragrance to the air, and no moisture, then a diffuser is the proper product. If you want to buy a diffuser the go-to Diffusers for Essential Oils Large Room, 500ml Aromatherapy Diffuser,7 Colors Changed

A cool-mist humidifier is a device intended to disperse cool moisture into the air to increase the Humidity levels of a given space. But you might be wondering? Why do you even want to moist the dry air? What causes dry air? Don’t worry we have done the research for you to answer all this. 

As temperatures get lower during the colder winter season, humidity levels naturally drop. This is because cold air can’t retain as much moisture as warm air. Primarily, low indoor humidity is created when cold air, which carries a far lesser amount of moisture than warm air, enters the home and is heated, therefore lowering the atmosphere’s overall relative humidity. Low humidity can also occur in arid climates during summer as a result of excessive air conditioning, which removes moisture from the air as it operates. But should we even worry about this? Let’s find out what happens due to it?

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommends that you keep the humidity in your home or workspace between 30 and 50 per cent. When the air becomes drier than that, it raises the risk of several types of health issues.

  1. dry skin
  2. irritated eyes
  3. dryness in the throat or airways
  4. allergies
  5. frequent coughs
  6. bloody noses
  7. sinus headaches
  8. cracked lips

Aside from these health issues, wood and plants also get affected by dry air. If your plants are turning brown even after your intense care. Then don’t blame yourself for it. It might be happening due to low humidity in your space.

But does having a humidifier even help the above health issues?

Think about the last time it rained. Do you remember how the air felt after the rain stopped? You may have noticed a “crisp” feeling in the air. A cool-mist humidifier has a similar effect to the temperature of your room. Humidifiers add moisture to the air, which can benefit people with respiratory symptoms or dry skin during the summer months especially if you live in a dry, desert climate. This can also be a benefit during colder months when indoor heating makes the air hot and dry.

If you need more moisture in the air in your home, then you need a humidifier. If you only want to add fragrance to the air, and no moisture, then a diffuser is the proper product. If you want to buy a diffuser the go-to Diffusers for Essential Oils Large Room, 500ml Aromatherapy Diffuser,7 Colors Changed