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Three Habits that are Ruining Your Health

Are you 25 but with the back and knees of a 75-year-old? You might want to look into these habits and see which one you should cut from your life like you did your ex.

Relax, this is not to scare you.

Stop living a sedentary lifestyle

Lack of exercise is a surefire way to put good health on hold, especially if you have a sedentary job and sit at a desk most of your day.

Do you wonder why you have a weak back and no lower body strength? Take a look at your life. Are you active enough? A sedentary lifestyle can increase the risk of heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure and others.

Eating out most days

We all like a deliciously-prepared meal every now and then, especially on the days we do not want to cook, but studies show that it is a health risk.

Stopping at KFC or Ballistic Burgers and ordering a chicken burger every now and then is ok; making it a routine, however, can be detrimental to your health.

Fast food is loaded with a host of unhealthy ingredients like sugar, trans fats and sodium, which can have damaging effects on your health when consumed in high quantities.

Staring at your screen a lot

In this technology-driven era, it is easy to be staring at a screen all day. You have to work, socialize, learn and explore and nowadays most of this is done with laptops and phones.

But you have to cut back on your screen time, it is bad for your mind and bad for your sight.

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