Many factors affect our health and well-being. Some you can't control, such as your gender, gens or age. But you can make changes to your lifestyle to achieve a better health. It is extremely hard or even impossible for some people to try to change everything at once. However, by taking small but consistent steps toward healthy living you can help yourself reduce the risk of various diseases.
For example, you can start from anything like maintaining a weight, or eating a variety of good foods and limiting processed ones, or quitting smoking, or even starting exercising regularly.
Do you know that it is estimated that tobacco causes about 8.8% of deaths worldwide? Overall physical inactivity was estimated to cause 1.9 million deaths.
According to recent studies, regular exercise, besides just making you more fit, restores the sensitivity of neurons involved in the control of satiety, which in turn contributes to reduced food intake and consequent weight loss. On the other hand, research shows that overeating may weaken the responsiveness of the pleasure receptors, which leads to even more overeating.