7 habits for long life 

If you’re anything like the nearly 70% of adults polled by Edward Jones and Age Wave, 100 might sound like a good round number. However, you aren’t likely to reach that milestone age without first cultivating some healthy habits.

1. Stressing out

Chronic stress can cause premature death, aging, and misery. Chronic stress has been linked to heart disease, digestive disorders

2. Sitting

 Those who sat more than eight hours daily were at a 20% greater risk. They found that people who sat for 6–8 hours a day were 12%–13% more likely to die early or get heart disease.

3. Eating ready-made foods

 If premature death doesn’t scare you, you may be motivated to change your eating habits because processed foods have also been linked to cognitive decline.

4. Too much food

A 2016 study of more than 10.6 million participants from 1970 to 2015 found that  Obesity increases the risk of cardiovascular, respiratory, and cancer deaths.

5. Overdrinking

Wine has health benefits, but too much alcohol is unhealthy. Americans daily. Premature deaths from cancer, liver, or heart disease shorten lives by 26 years.

7. Staying up all night

A 2018 review found that people who sleep less than six hours a night are ten times more likely to die prematurely.

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