- Lior Weizman
Other healthy habits
Most healthy habits easily fall into activity categories like eating, drinking, sleeping and exercising. Here you will find all those that are left out, but are equally important.
Touch the ground with your hands or bare feet at least 10 minutes every day.
Track your heart rate at rest and see how certain changes influence it.
Hug someone at least 20 minutes every day (This has an important chemical effect on the body).
Don’t do drugs.
Avoid radiation. When speaking on the phone, prefer using the speaker over placing the phone directly against your head.
Get some sunlight during the day, but do it smartly. For a good amount of Vitamin D, you need between 10 to 30 minutes of midday sun, depending on you skin color. Darker skin tone = more time needed.
Protect yourself from sunlight when outside for a long period of time.
Wear black when going out to the sun.
Floss before you brush your teeth.
Avoid beauty / shower / cosmetics products that contain animal by-products, artificial colors or fragrances, GMOs, parabens, petroleum derivatives, phthalates, sulfates (including your toothpaste).
Change small movement-habits randomly, that’s good for your brain.
Keep learning new things, but make sure you exercise before, so your brain will have the ability to absorb the new information.
Enrich your brain and keep learning new things. Read, study, listen to audiobooks, go to lectures, watch documentary films, travel to new places, talk to new people.
Be with people, socialized, it reduces stress.
Take very cold showers.
Track your pH level and analyzes your body acidity. The easiest way is to test your urine pH level, which is also an indicator of your overall health. I'm using an easy to use test strips every morning when I wake up - it helps me to understand how yesterday food and activities influenced my body acidity.
At least once a week, go outside to nature or at least to a green park.
Go to the full list of healthy lifestyle habits