Want to live a long and happier life? Here are 5 tips.

October 13, 2021
Written by Alina Lee

Hack your age with these helpful tips.

1️⃣ Eat less often
✔️ Areas of people with the longest lifespan often fast as part of their culture
✔️ Intermittent fasting/calorie restriction (with adequate nutrition) not only helps you live longer but also improves your health markers

2️⃣ Exercise
✔️ Exercise benefits your body and muscle health in many ways, including renewing your cellular powerhouse – the mitochondria

3️⃣ Live like you’re young
✔️ To a certain degree, how old you feel has an impact on your health, memory, physical strength, and longevity
✔️ Those with a strong purpose in life have shown to perform better later in life
✔️ If you spend more time with younger people, that will also help you live more like you’re young

4️⃣ Be social
✔️ People who are more social with their family, friends, and community are happier, healthier, and live longer
✔️ Improve, minimize, or remove bad relationships – they have more of a negative impact on your health than good relationships have a positive impact

5️⃣ Have a positive outlook
✔️ Some key lessons from a centenarian study to living longer: find happiness and fulfillment in the present, worry a little less, and be more optimistic

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About The Author Alina Lee

I am a marketing law attorney who helps marketing agencies and companies with marketing departments protect their brands. In my legal career, I’ve worked at two prominent law firms and in-house at two renowned companies. Through my firm, Your Ad Attorney, I provide end-to-end legal counseling for your front-end marketing, online paywalls, and customer service communications. Plus, I provide up front flat rates on a project-by-project basis with clear turnaround times.

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