Step up Longevity
Atualizado: 14 de out. de 2022
This article doesn’t profess to being a clinically proven method to longevity, and rather its content is for students wishing to improve their English language. The emphasis is on vocabulary and subject matter that encourages reading and thinking. In essence improving word retention while facilitating comprehension which are both extremely important when learning the English language.
If there was a magic pill that increased life expectancy then you’d take it, wouldn’t you? For one, I would jump at the opportunity to increase my lifespan, so I could watch out for my loved ones. Eternalness would be a wonderful gift to receive.
Having spent more than half a century on the planet, I think I’ve got, as good an idea, as anyone on how tough it is to survive and thrive. Rather than be told how long we have got left, we can contribute to healthspan and consequently make the most of the quality of life available to us with longevity in mind.
Making the most of our alive time then is different for everyone, however, the common accord would indicate that balance is the key to the center of the universe. In other words, we should cope with our daily events in such a way that we can work, rest, and play wholeheartedly and stay in harmony with the universal forces.
You might be wondering what brought me to such a conclusion which must have been inspired from logical reasoning. I have never studied this subject, however I’m a great believer that living is much more than meets the eye. I think our senses can tell us a lot more than what other people have discovered through science, as scientific discovery is based on what can be measured from past experience.
Moreover, I have held my breath for over ‘one hour’ which is not documented, so fair play, anyone reading this article could say I’m a liar, but I’m not. I hold my breath for over ten minutes every day. I also work-out every day, and have done so for over forty years. I hold no records, and my strength is on par with many ordinary people. I’m also an avid devotee to health and fitness.
My belief is that enriching our mind through ongoing development is what makes or breaks us. As individuals we should devote time to taking care of ourselves, but at the same time use such practice as a catalyst to reaching new heights. Start meditation today, enhance lung capacity by deep breathing, and stretch the body before going to bed every evening. These are just a few of the things one can do today for a better tomorrow.
Lastly, but not least lung ailments are one of the leading causes to the worldwide yearly death toll. Every effort made to strengthen the respiratory tract leads to benefits that include the nose, throat, larynx, trachea, bronchi, and lungs.
Written by Carl Boniface