You already know this. People tell you all the time. It's mainstream advice. But it still applies.
Your body has two systems for control and communication. One is the nervous system. The other is the endocrine system, which releases chemical messengers called hormones. Hormones control responses such as growth, reproduction, metabolic rate, blood glucose levels, and salt and water balance. (Lynette Rushton)
Hydration allows the body to more effectively circulate these hormones. (Doug McGuff and John Little)
2. Eat Organic.
Eat organic fruits and vegetables to reduce toxic effects of pesticides on your brain, and also your thyroid and your sex hormones, which are very sensitive to the effects of low-level toxins. (Mark Hyman)
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It strengthens your cardiovascular system, reduces inflammation, increases neuroplasticity and balances hormones. (Mark Hyman)
People who have close personal relationships experience fewer health problems, live longer, and are less depressed and anxious. (John B. Arden)
Your immune system is fine tuned to respond to our social surroundings. Lonely people have high baselines levels of stress hormones and inflammation. (Jo Marchant)
Sleep has been shown to be crucial for certain genetic processes, protein synthesis, and myelin formation. Without myelin, the neurons do not fire efficiently. Sleep deprivation can also lead to weight gain, even after just one week, because of an increase in the production of the hormone ghrelin. Which promotes appetite for starchy, high-carbohydrate foods, sweets, and other high-calorie foods. (John B. Arden)
These are the 5 things which your health heavily relies on. Since we are striving for great health and long lives, take this as another reminder of the 5 timeless tips to improve your body and your health.