(1) Laughing

Laughing appears to boost the blood flow (by more than 50 per cent) and researchers say it reduces the risk of developing heart disease. Laughing has previously been found to help fight infections, relieve hay fever, ease pains and help control diabetes. The positive effect of laughing is thought to last around 25 to 45 minutes.

(2) Adjust Sleeping Time

Life expectancy may be reduced by sleeping more than eight hours a night. A study found that people who get only six to seven hours sleep a night live longer than those who sleep eight hours or more, or less than four hours.

(3) Boost Your Sex Life

Having sex between three to four times a week is thought to reduce the risk of having a heart attack or stroke in half and prostrate cancer do affects all men having loss of interest in sex, inability to get an erection regularly, and fertility issues as these can kill faster than any other diseases, the average person maintains their heart rate above 70 per cent of the maximum, making sex a wonderful CV workout! Sex reduces stress, leads to greater contentment and better sleep. It also gives rise to longer life span.

(4) Drink Tea

Drinking tea is very good to achieve longer life span. Research says both black and green tea do contributes positively to the promotion of good health and also prevention of chronic diseases. Recent research studies reveal the antioxidants in tea inhibits the growth of cancer cells, support dental health, increase bone density and strengthen cardiovascular health. According to a study published in Circulation: The Journal of the American Heart Research also made me to know that heart attack patients who happens to be regular tea drinkers will have chances of decreasing their risk of death by 44 per cent, as compared to non-tea drinkers.

(5) Drink Red Wine

Drinking one glass of red wine a day will have certain sound health benefits by protecting against certain cancers and heart disease, and can have a positive effect on cholesterol levels and blood pressure. Excessive or binge drinking, however, unfortunately doesn’t produce the same benefits.

(6) Drinking more Water

Image of a woman Drinking more water

Most people are unawared that there's this recommendation that the average person should drinking around eight glasses of water a day. The human body is made up of between 50 and 75 per cent water, and is in need of constant water replenishment. An increased intake of water will greatly enhance good digestion‚ nutrient absorption‚ skin hydration‚ detoxification and virtually every aspect of better health.

(7) Be more Friendship to People

Research made me to know that having more friends help people to live longer. It also let us to know that that socializing with friends is beneficial to health. Good friends will promise to be there for you, and their presence can actually help you live longer. An Australian scientists said having friends around in old age can do more for life expectancy than having family members around, and that friends may encourage people to look after their health, and help reduce feelings of depression and anxiety at difficult times.

(8) Quits Smoking and Alcoholic Drinks

Image of a man smoking cigarette

Drinking Alcohol (Yoruba name:ogogoro) Everybody knows the catastrophic effect of smoking, as it is written on the cigarette box that, ''smokers are liable to die young'' It is better not to start at all, but the sooner a smoker quits, the better. Because the damage caused by smoking is cumulative, the longer a person smokes the greater the risk of developing a smoking-related diseases, such as lung cancer and heart diseases. Quitting smoking not only saves money, but also has added health benefits. Within one year after quitting, the risk of a heart attack falls to about half that of a smoker, and within 10 years, the risk of lung cancer falls to about half that of a smoker. And quitting alcoholic drinks will make you recover from alcohol abuse and you will have a better skin and gain weight.

(9) Adequate Relaxing

Relaxing when its necessary reduces blood pressure and helps reduce stress-related conditions such as depression. A relaxation technique such as yoga or meditation can help reduce stress levels as this makes one to have a longer life span.

(10) Eating more Fruits and Vegetables

Efo Tete

Eatingplenty of fruits and vegetables can help ward off heart disease and stroke, control blood pressure and cholesterol, and prevent some types of cancer. Sometimes, just get this fress green vegetable called ''Efo Tete'' and put it in a any Electric grander or if its the manual grander you are able to get,grand the fress ''Efo tete'' and drink the juice. It prevent all unwanted diseases that may harbour in your blood stream. It is also recommended to eat at least five servings of fruit and vegetables a day.

(11) Having a Happy Marriage

Married mentends to havebetter health than unmarried men. For instance, married individuals tend to be able to have lower rates of alcoholism than their unmarried counterparts because they tend to offer encouragement, support, and protection from daily problems. They are also more able to handle stress better as a result. However, studies suggest that divorcing then remarrying actually increases the risk of dying prematurely.

(12) Eating Chocolate

Eating chocolate regularly gives one longer life as this contains flavonoids and antioxidants which have positive health benefits. Flavonoids assists cardiovascular health, while antioxidant are believed to prevent or delay certain damage to the body’s cells and tissues. Dark chocolate is considered best as it contains more than twice as many antioxidants as a bar of milk chocolate, and has fewer calories.

(13) Having Adequate Exercises

Excercise is known to reduce the risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, osteoporosis, diabetes and obesity. It keeps joints, tendons and ligaments flexible, and contributes to mental well-being by helping treat depression, relive stress and anxiety. 

Exercise also aids better sleep
Even if you are pushed for time, exercise could be gained simply by walking up stairs rather than taking the elevator, or even try walking or cycling on shorter journeys rather than taking the car.