There are some surprising ways to stay healthy according to scientific discovery. Believe it or not these 7 odd tips are effective ways to boost your health:
1. Slow down to Run Fast
What does it take to be a successful runner? Try slowing down and give attention to your running pace. Don’t burn all of your energy at the start of the run. Maintain this pace ‘til the end and you’ll most likely to finish the course.
2. Good relationship, good heart condition
If you’re always anxious and needy and find it hard to deal with relationships, you may be at risk for some cardiovascular problems. A study by the American Psychological Association suggests that people who are left by their loved ones will most likely have a broken heart. People who have “attachment insecurity” are often at most risk of stroke, high blood pressure, ulcer and heart attack.
3. Eat more to weigh less
Starving is an unhealthy way of losing weight. Eating small snacks throughout the day instead of one heavy meal is healthier. Make sure your snacks are healthy and with nutrients. Protein foods such as peanut butter, cheese, and yogurt will improve your metabolism.
4. Boost energy with water
Water has its magic. It will improve your oral health, promotes weight loss and energizes you. Water raises alertness. It stimulates energy use and alertness. If you want to boost your energy, try water and not coffee.
5. Ample amount of beauty sleep
Are you a “long sleeper”? You might want to consider not sleeping too much because research suggests that see health benefits from reducing the amount of sleep they get.
6. Mom Hotline
A study published by researchers from the University of Wisconsin Madison found that levels of oxytocin—the hormone linked to emotional bonding—were increased with those who talk to their mom on the phone. It gives a feeling of home and decreases stress level.
7. Boost your brain function with music
Research suggests that musical training or any interaction with music improves the brain’s ability to handle communication. Children with musical training have better-than-average vocabulary and reading ability. Improve your brain’s fitness and listen to some music.
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