6 Ways To Live A Healthy Lifestyle

Healthy LifeA healthy lifestyle is one which helps to keep and improve people’s health and well-being. Here at the YMCA of the East Bay, we work every day to help members of our community reach their fitness goals, try new exercises or activities, build relationships with other Y members through social events and work towards a happier and healthier self. Cooking foods (above 165 F) destroys most harmful bacteria and other pathogens; if you choose to eat uncooked foods like fruits or vegetables, they should be thoroughly washed with running treated (safe to drink) tap water right before eating.

Be aware of changes in your appetite. Loss of appetite or overeating may be symptoms of depression. Discuss any changes with your doctor. Regular physical health checks by your doctor are an important part of looking after yourself. Step 3: A healthy mind is part of a healthy body. It is one thing to know all the things that make up a healthy diet, it is another thing to put it all together and create a healthy eating plan. Suggested steps towards a healthy eating plan including the planning, getting started and thinking about what worked and what was helpful are discussed.

Each week, SEE for Yourself will post the Healthy Monday challenge in the daily announcements and CHEW’s peer health educators will be somewhere on campus with tips and giveaways. At the Y, we work with community leaders to make the healthy choice the easy choice in all of the places where people live, work, learn and play.

Learn how to recognize causes of stress, such as difficult people, financial matters, noise, lack of time, or high pressure situations. Review your daily activities periodically in search of triggers you may not be aware of look for patterns in your symptoms and stress levels. You may want to discuss your stressors with your doctor or therapist.

Although multiple healthy lifestyle characteristics are important, specific healthy lifestyle characteristics may explain much of the variation for several of the biomarkers,” the researchers write. Although there are measures we can take to help us live a long and healthy life, there may be an element of luck involved – depending on our DNA.