Today, Friday, November 19, the world celebrates International Men’s Day and the positive value men bring to the world, their families and their communities. During International Men’s Day, positive role models are highlighted, and we raise awareness of being well-being men.
In addition to the social and moral aspects of men, specific health issues for men are also mentioned, and we provide a health guide to enjoying good health away from disease.
Over the past few years, you have noticed that men neglect their health due to high work pressure, travel and effort, and on this International Men’s Day, we offer some lifestyle changes that will help you stay healthy and improve. Your overall well-being – physical, emotional and your level of happiness. According to the website,Indian Express‘, Some basic and important ways to manage men’s public health:
Eat dinner before sunset
It is most effective between 6.30pm and 7pm or at least 8pm and improves the health and digestion of the stomach for two to three hours between dinner and sleep.
Follow your body’s biological clock by eating fast and going to bed early, which will help you control your weight, get better sleep, reduce your appetite, reduce your appetite for sugary or salty foods and stay caffeinated..
Adhere to the same time for all meals
Breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner should be taken simultaneously at least 5 to 6 days a week to improve digestion and avoid the accumulation of acid in the body which can cause stomach problems..
Try to maintain the same sleep-wake cycle most days
Only when you sleep well will your body heal, recover and detoxify, and if you sleep well most days, you will wake up refreshed and your day will be more productive..
Do not miss your physical activity and exercise
Try to exercise for at least 30 minutes each day or do any physical activity to stay active throughout the day.
Your body needs to be replenished with oxygen because the presence of oxygen in the body can help reduce antioxidant pressure, burn fat, and keep your mind calm..
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