A healthy lifestyle is important for everyone. Some fats are known to be particularly bad for you. Trans-fats, made from hydrogenated vegetable oil, can be found in margarine, biscuits, cakes and fast food. It can raise the level of our ‘bad’ cholesterol, significantly increasing the risk of atherosclerosis which blocks arteries, leading to heart disease and stroke.
Smoking and asthma is a dangerous combination. People with asthma and those around them shouldn’t smoke. The first results of the EHEMU project consisted of four technical reports analysing the statistical estimates based on the European Community Household Panel (ECHP) survey, made to fulfil the requirements for Healthy Life Years to be an EU Structural Indicator.
Did you know? 4 out of 10 cancer cases can be prevented. Learn how a healthy lifestyle can help prevent cancer. We have lots of leaflets, booklets, and online information that informs people of how they can reduce their risk of cancer by making healthy lifestyle choices. Here’s another bummer of a statistic to toss on the pile: Less than 3 percent of Americans meet the basic qualifications for a healthy lifestyle,â€ according to a new study published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings.
Driving the level of engagement in health and wellness programs, such asÂ physical activity, healthy eating, tobacco cessation and stress management,Â that are aimed at impacting population health. The easiest way to limit your sugar intake with one small change is to cut out sugary fizzy drinks. This alone can help you to lose or maintain a healthy weight, which in turn will reduce your risk of heart disease, obesity and diabetes.
Insomnia and not getting a good night’s sleep can be frustrating and impact on your day to day living and quality of life.Â Sleep problems can be caused by changes in your daily routine, times of worry, a new baby, shift work or sleep apnoea, but the good news is there are many things you can do to help yourself.