Here are 7 things you do that affect your health negatively.
1. You don’t go for regular checkups
Skipping checkups is bad for your health. When you go for checkups regularly, it becomes easy to catch problems early when they are much more treatable.
2. You don’t eat enough fruits and vegetables
If you love your health, you should ensure you eat fruits everyday. It’s recommended you eat at least five servings of fruit and vegetables daily. Doing this helps reduce your risk of heart disease and several types of cancer.
3. You don’t exercise
Exercising is important for your health and also helps you maintain a healthy weight.
4. You exercise too much
Too much of everything is bad and that includes exercise too. Exercising too much can cause decreased immunity, fatigue, muscle soreness and difficultly in sleeping.
5. You don’t get enough sleep
The recommended amount of sleep you should have daily is at least seven hours. Inadequate sleep can cause depression, diabetes and high blood pressure.
6. You don’t have friends
While it’s good to go solo sometimes, having friends is good for your health and helps you live longer.
7. You take antibiotics without the doctor’s permission
It’s wrong to take antibiotics without the doctor’s permission as it could make your body drug resistant and also kill good bacteria in your body.
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