Harvard University studies say 5 habits help prolong life

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 Harvard University studies say 5 habits help prolong life


Researchers at the school of public health at the Harvard University published a paper in the new issue of the Journal of the United States. The 5 major habits are important for a large extension of life expectancy. Even if only one of them can be achieved, there will be a significant reduction in the risk of early death. If these 5 aspects are well controlled, the benefits of life expectancy extension will reach the maximum. Statistics show that if all 5 healthy habits are available, women will be able to prolong their lives for 14 years, and men may prolong life for 12 years. They analyzed data from two large surveys, involving a 34 year follow-up survey of about 79 thousand American adult women, and a follow-up survey of about 44 thousand American adult males for about 27 years. Compared with adults with the most unhealthy lifestyles (all 5 health habits), people who maintain the healthiest lifestyle (all 5 health habits) have a 82% lower risk of dying from cardiovascular disease, 65% lower risk of dying from cancer, and a overall risk of death during the follow-up period. Low 74%. Source: Xinhua editor: Guo Hao _NT5629 Researchers at the school of public health at the Harvard University published a paper in the new issue of the Journal of the United States. The 5 major habits are important for a large extension of life expectancy. Even if only one of them can be achieved, there will be a significant reduction in the risk of early death. If these 5 aspects are well controlled, the benefits of life expectancy extension will reach the maximum. Statistics show that if all 5 healthy habits are available, women will be able to prolong their lives for 14 years, and men may prolong life for 12 years. They analyzed data from two large surveys, involving a 34 year follow-up survey of about 79 thousand American adult women, and a follow-up survey of about 44 thousand American adult males for about 27 years. Compared with adults with the most unhealthy lifestyles (all 5 health habits), people who maintain the healthiest lifestyle (all 5 health habits) have a 82% lower risk of dying from cardiovascular disease, 65% lower risk of dying from cancer, and a overall risk of death during the follow-up period. Low 74%.