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If You Want To Live To 100, Stop Doing These 7 Stupid Things

To reach a solid age limit, you need to develop some healthy habits. They are not difficult, but they will help you live longer and live healthier, according to MSN.

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Nearly 70% of adults polled by Edward Jones and Age Wave want to live to 100. Here are a few things you should stop doing if you want to live a long life.

1. Stress

Chronic stress can make life unbearable, lead to aging of the body, and even lead to premature death. Several studies have linked chronic stress to conditions such as heart disease, digestive disorders, and cancer, which can shorten life expectancy.

2. Live sitting

Some say sitting is the new smoking. Studies have shown that prolonged sitting in a chair can have serious negative effects on your health.

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In 2022, scientists at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia and the Chinese Academy of Medical Services in Beijing reported the results of their study, which tracked data from more than 100 people over an average of 000 years.

They found that those who sat for six to eight hours a day had a 12-13% increased risk of early death and heart disease. The risk factor increased to 20% in those who sat more than eight hours a day.

3. Eating processed foods

If you're living off frozen pizza and microwaved food, it might be time to dust off your cookbook. In 2019, eating highly processed foods was associated with 10% of premature preventable deaths from all causes in Brazil. Similar results were obtained in studies conducted in France and Spain.

And if premature death doesn't scare you, you might be prompted to change your eating habits by the fact that processed foods are also associated with cognitive decline.

4. Overeating

No matter what you eat, eating too much can shorten your life if it leads to obesity.

A 2016 study of over 10,6 million participants from 1970 to 2015 found that as a person's body mass index (BMI) increased, so did the risk of mortality. In particular, overweight people are more prone to death related to cardiovascular disease, respiratory disease, and cancer.

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Don't think that you can starve yourself and live forever. The study also found that underweight people are at higher risk of mortality.

5. Drink a lot

While there are some health benefits associated with wine, there is no doubt that drinking too much alcohol is bad for your body. The CDC reports that more than 380 people die every day in the US due to excessive drinking. Those who die prematurely may have cancer, liver or heart disease and shorten their lives by an average of 26 years.

What is excessive drinking? For women, this is four or more servings at a time, or eight or more servings per week. For men, these are the numbers 5 and 15, respectively.

6. Decline invitations

Even introverts need to get out of the house from time to time and socialize. In fact, the CDC warns that social isolation after age 50 can increase your chances of dying prematurely in the same way that smoking, obesity, and physical inactivity do.

Lack of social relationships is associated with a 29% increase in heart disease risk and a 32% increase in stroke risk.

If that's not enough, social isolation can increase the risk of dementia by about 50%, the government says.

7. Stay up all night

Some people enjoy their ability to function on minimal sleep, but staying up all night may mean you have fewer years to enjoy life. A 2018 review of the issue found that those who sleep less than six hours each night are 10 times more likely to die prematurely.

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Lack of sleep has been linked to a host of health problems, including high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes. What's more, you may be more likely to have a fatal accident if you get too little sleep.

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