1. Bad Posture:
A bad sitting and standing position can definitely affect your spine and rib cage, which can have a negative impact on your spine and rib cage. Leaning can affect your lung capacity as much as 30 percent.
2. Sitting down all day:
Women who sit for more than 6 hours a day are 40 percent more likely to die within 15 years than those who sit for less than 3 hours. Same is the case with men. But they are 20 percent more likely to die than women. Sitting for hours long can also lead to conditions such as metabolic syndrome, heart attack and even strokes.
3. Eating too quickly:
It takes about 20 minutes for your brain to get the message from your stomach that you are full. So eat limitedly as eating more than a certain quantity would result in gaining weight and obesity.
4. Excessive alcohol consumption:
Men who consume more than 8 units of alcohol regularly on a daily basis are four times more likely to have high blood pressure. Excessive alcohol consumption can also lead to liver disease, heart failure and stroke.
5. Not getting enough sleep:
Lack of eight hours of rest and sleep or sleeping less than a minimum of 6 hours a night has got a direct link to dying per-maturely. Sleep deprivation can lead to a number of ill-health conditions such as heart diseases to obesity.
Women who visit tanning salons more than once a month are said to be 55 percent more likely to have malignant melanoma.