As the saying goes, "Habit determines everything.". Good habits can achieve a person, while bad habits can also destroy a person. The following article is an introduction to the top ten bad habits of men. Male friends can take a closer look at the article to see which habits have become bad habits, which greatly reduces the physical health of male friends.
A 10-year study of 4O00 people in various occupations confirmed that heart disease mainly comes from emotional stress. Experts believe that "when a person lives under stress all day long, they are more likely to suffer from hypertension." There are two main types of stress that people experience: environmental and psychological. Developing good interpersonal relationships can dispel unnecessary worries. Dealing with stressful psychology is intelligent thinking and biological feedback. Wise thinking can reduce stress and many sequelae, such as headaches, insomnia, and high blood pressure.
2. Substance Abuse:
Drug abuse refers to the improper and unwarranted use of chemicals, resulting in "suicide" and accidental poisoning. According to statistics, the most common cause of accidental poisoning is the ingestion of chemicals by children. A bad trend is that many healthy people rely on pills to solve their various problems.
Gluttony is the main cause of obesity and many diseases, including hypertension, diabetes and cardiovascular diseases.
4. Excessive or lack of exercise:
Moderate exercise is the unanimous recommendation of many doctors. Some people don't start exercising until they are 50 years old. If they don't exercise in moderation, it can cause certain problems. Experts suggest that the best exercise is to wear comfortable shoes and take a half hour walk outdoors, which can strengthen your muscles, accelerate your heart rate, and smooth your breathing. Of course, lack of proper exercise can also cause many diseases, such as chronic diseases, shortness of breath, obesity, indigestion, headache, low back pain, anxiety, muscle weakness and atrophy, and accelerate aging.
(Intern Editor: Lin Yanjuan)