5 Common Habits That Are Ruining Your Health

Some of the things you do—or don’t do—every day might be sabotaging your efforts to be healthier. As you read the list of daily habits, don’t be too hard on yourself and expect that you’ll change all of these at once. The key to success is to slowly integrate change into your life. And if you fall off the wagon occasionally, don’t fret or beat yourself up—it’s more important that you get back on. Take a look at these 5 unhealthy habits!

1 234 ... 6NEXT
Facebook
Twitter
WhatsApp
Pinterest
Reddit
Delicious
LinkedIn
Facebook
Twitter
WhatsApp

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

READ NEXT

Healthy Sugar Alternatives You Should Try

The average American consumes more than 126 grams of sugar per day (think: three 12-ounce cans of soda), which happens to be more than twice what the World Health Organization

Early Symptoms of a Heart Attack You Should Know

The sooner you get help for a heart attack, the better your chances for a complete recovery. Unfortunately, many people hesitate to get help, even if they suspect there’s something

8 Easy Tips to Make Your Coffee Super Healthy

Many scientists believe that coffee is one of the healthiest beverages in the world. For some people, it’s the single largest source of antioxidants in the diet, outranking both fruits

Why Am I So Itchy? 9 Possible Reasons

Itchy skin can be annoying – especially when it keeps you awake. Itch-transmitting nerves called C fibers lead to a satisfying release when we scratch, prompting us to dig in

15 Crazy Facts About Your Blood Type

Memorizing your blood type is critical for all sorts of reasons, from knowing who you can accept blood transfusions from to who you can donate your blood to. And now,

5 Surprising Heart Attack Triggers

Infections Studies have proven that people struggling with advanced flu or other respiratory tract infections are five times more likely to suffer from a heart attack. In this case, what

9 Things People Get Wrong About PTSD

Post-traumatic stress disorder is much more common than many of us may think. Data suggest an estimated 70% of American adults have experienced some type of traumatic event throughout their

RELATED POSTS