2. Maintain Close Relationships
Research studies show that social connections increase your likelihood of surviving physical health problems, increase your level of happiness, and should even assist you to live longer. One study has shown that connections to people have as big of a positive effect on your physical health as quitting smoking. Strengthen the relationships you’ve got, and make it a goal to form new friends.
3. Eat Healthy Food
It is often difficult to eat enough fruits and vegetables and prepare nutritious meals for yourself and your family a day. But once you develop a habit of eating too many incorrect foods and too few of the proper foods, you’re more likely to develop serious diseases and conditions, including disorder, diabetes, cancer, and depression. Scientists are beginning to find that unhealthy food, such as quick food, and commercial food, seem to extend your depression risk, and healthier foods, like omega-3 fatty acids and cruciferous vegetables (like broccoli), lower your risk of depression and cancer.
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