Top 7 ways to live longer - Drinking tea is the 5th

By Emma Chang | 19 July 2018 | 0 Comments
  • Singing
Research has found that singing may enhance mental and emotional well-being. It  also help people recover from several mental illnesses like depression and anxiety.

  • Exercising
Regular physical activity lowers blood pressure, burns body fat, and lowers blood sugar levels.

  • Laughing
Laughing has previously been found to help fight infections, relieve hay fever, ease pain and help control diabetes.

  • Eat more vegetables and fruit  
Eating plenty of fruits and vegetables can help ward off heart disease and stroke, control blood pressure and cholesterol, and prevent some types of cancer.

  • Drinking tea
Many research studies support the view that tea is good for your health. Scientists tend to agree that tea may contribute positively to the promotion of health and the prevention of chronic disease. Recent research studies reveal the antioxidants in tea may inhibit the growth of cancer cells, support dental health, increase bone density and strengthen cardiovascular health. According to a study published in Circulation: The Journal of the American Heart Association, heart attack patients who were tea drinkers decreased their risk of death by up to 44 per cent, as compared to non-tea drinkers.

  • More social life
Having a support network of family and friends will help boost longevity. Loneliness can cause inflammation, it seems to pose the greatest risk for elderly people, who are also prone to depression.

  • Eat garlic
Studies indicate the active ingredient in garlic can prevent atherosclerosis and  coronary blockage, lower cholesterol, reduce blood clot formation, regulate blood sugar and prevent cancer. 

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