What are some life-saving health tricks and hacks?
Here are few hacks/tricks which I have tried and sharing my experience on each of them.
1: Food activities:
Caution: Be careful before you start these below habits and also do not do it in one go. Start with weekly once, twice per week, alternative days and then daily.
Below are few which I have tried and are working as per my knowledge.
1: Eat curry leaves (~10 leaves) with little jeera daily morning in empty stomach.
Benefits: Eyesight will improve and also white hair will be gone.
My experience: My eyesight improved and now I am not using my specs (I was having 0.75 cylindrical number) and there was moderate change in my hair color. Start with 3 or 5 leaves. you will feel uneasiness in the beginning.
1. Start your Day with Lemon and Honey.
2. Exercise Daily.
Just about everyone knows that you should never text and drive, and that you should stop, drop, and roll if you catch on fire.
But life can also throw situations at us for which we don't have a quick, handy response.
Commenters in a recent Quora thread about life-saving facts offered their best tips, which are easy to remember and could have a huge impact if you ever find yourself in a dangerous situation.
You might want to save these for later.
Your brain can't handle walking and using your phone at the same time - so look up.
I will not stop posting this!!!!! #ATTENTION .
Most Important article to save your entire family.
Learn from the mistakes of others:
A Family (a man his wife and their baby) who just came back from a dinner out of the house in a restaurant, perceived the smell of gas in the house.The husband upon entering the house turned on the light to see clearly and immediately there was an explosion that killed the man on the spot. The explosion also affected the wife who is currently in the ICU unit. The baby, being far from the explosion was saved. Utensils were found to more than 200 m from the scene of the explosion.
1. When you perceive the smell of gas don't turn on the light by contrast,if light is already ON do not switch it OFF, proceed to open your windows and shutters, gently, so as not to create sparks.
2. Close the cylinder of gas. Don't you turn on the light bulbs until you are sure of the dissipation of the smell of gas.
3. Also do not open the fridge or the freezer because it could also create sparks.
4.If you are outside of your house, moisten the key with your saliva before introducing it into the lock.
5 do not use your phone in anyway in fact just throw it outside
- Start your day with a smile on your face.
- Ride bicycle on the road and not at the gym.
- Have Idli/Upma/Poha in your breakfast.
- Eat Cucumber, Watermelon and Mango more this summer.
- Keep a water bottle handy.
- Bitter Gourd isn't so good in taste but it's good for your health.
- Avoid too much spicy and oily food in the summer.
- Eat less Sugar and more Jaggery.
- Think twice before swallowing pills unnecessarily.
- Home made Ghee is better than Butter and Refined oils.
- Keep a safe distance from people who smoke.
- Sleep on your left side if you snore like a Pig.
- Avoid eating past 9pm.
- Clean your teeth and tongue regularly.
- Go buy yourself a glass of Sugarcane juice.
- Don't smoke. Take a tube full of carcinogens, light it on fire, and breathe the charred remains. Yikes. Just don't.
- The more the food looks like it did when it started, the more of it you should have in your diet. An apple on a tree looks exactly like an apple in the store. You should eat apples. A steak looks quite similar to a butchered cow. You can eat some of that. Doritos look nothing like corn. You should eat none of them. Pro-tip: if it comes in a bag that's silvered on the inside, don't eat it.
- Exercise is important, but you don't have to be crazy with it. I've seen lots of really old healthy people who didn't go to the gym 5 days a week. Ever. But they did walk, bike, play golf, swim, and generally keep moving fairly regularly. I have also spent a lot of time with people who never did any exercise at all. The end of their lives was far less pleasant.
- Keep your weight down, but don't add stress to your life over it. Carrying 100 extra pounds will statistically shorten your life and make you far more likely to suffer from diabetes, heart disease, cancer...all bad news. Carrying 10 extra pounds might slightly increase your risk. Carrying 0 extra pounds is best. If losing those 10 extra pounds is going to cause you major stress, though, it's not worth losing them. Stress is no good for you. That said, be honest with yourself. If it's really 10 pounds, relax. But if it's 10 "American pounds" (aka 50), it's time to cut back.
- Speaking of stress, try to reduce it. This one is hardest for me - I'm high strung, work full time, have a wife, 2 kids, 2 dogs, 2 cars, and a house. It's not always easy to destress. But you can do it. Try meditating, yoga, hiking, singing, whatever works for you. Just not heroin.
- Yeah, that was a not-too-subtle transition into this one: Drugs? Fuhgetaboutit.
- Find somebody to love. Statistics don't lie on this one - married people live a fair bit longer and tend to be healthier.
- Analyze everything you do, but in a low-key way. Don't micromanage your life, but reflect periodically. Little changes can make a huge difference. One silly example: I used to have to turn on the light in the morning to get underwear and socks out of my drawers to get dressed. I don't like getting them out the night before, though, because I'm weird about stuff just sitting around. Turning on the light bothered my wife, who works later than I do and so is sleeping when I'm getting ready. Tiny annoyance. Solution? All black socks in one drawer, khaki in another. Voila! Now I can pick out socks in the dark. Took me 15 years to figure that one out, but it makes me a little happier. And so it was totally worth it.