Exercise is important
Something we all hear is how important exercise is. Not only can in aid your mental health, but it’s crucial for your physical health too. This is because regular exercise will maintain healthy bones and muscles, as well as, prevent health problems such as obesity and heart disease.
Being optimistic will help you to live longer
According to research those who are more optimistic in life, tend to live 10-15% longer than those who aren’t. This could be justified as happy people deal with less stress, which decreases the chances of cancer, infection, heart disease and stroke.
Cold temperature is good for you
Of course, getting too cold for a long period of time can have a negative impact, but if then correctly cold temperature is actually very good for your body. This is because it heightens your awareness and that’s not even half of it.
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