Want to stay healthy in 30s? Adopt these lifestyle changes to help you live longer

In today's fast-paced and hectic world, it's easy to get caught up in the chaos and neglect our well-being.

Jigyasha Kumari
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For many people, the 30s are a time when the pursuits of your 20s take a back seat to true adulting. Building a family, establishing your career... and noticing that your body might not feel as young as it used to. Staying healthy in your 30s is very important. So here are essential habits to embrace for a healthier life. 

Wake up early

Waking up early in the morning is very good for both health and mind. In the modern world, people remain busy on their phones for hours and sleep late at night. He has made his routine such that he wakes up late most of the morning. Positivity can be seen in the personality of those who wake up early. By waking up early, you can do exercise, running, walk or any other physical activity. With availability of time, many other daily tasks can also be accomplished easily.

Be physically active

The age of 30 is a milestone, after crossing which many changes occur in health. Therefore we should remain physically active. In fact, no matter what the age, we must do exercise, meditation, yoga or any other physical activity in our routine.

Healthy diet 

It is said that if the stomach is not healthy then the body can become home to diseases. To keep stomach, liver, kidney and other organs healthy, we should maintain proper eating habits. Nowadays people are crazy about junk foods and this makes us victims of many diseases including bad cholesterol. Jaipur's dietician Surabhi Pareek says that we should consume more green vegetables and fruits in our diet. Apart from this, people who are troubled by acidity should drink coconut water on an empty stomach. Experts say that coconut water helps in providing relief from acid reflux.

Don't take stress 

People take stress due to busy life or burden of responsibilities. Mental stress increases and takes the form of depression and the situation can become very serious. Stress at a young age can even lead to heart attack. We should make every effort to stay away from stress.

Take proper sleep 

Getting regular, high-quality sleep is one of the most important factors in maintaining good mental and physical health. Research has shown that disturbances in sleep can have a close relationship with obesity. One can cause the other, in a frustrating circle.