If you want to live longer then follow these 7 habits.

Move around 30 minutes of a day


Thirty minutes a day. Now physical activity has all kinds of benefits from psychological to physiological to all kinds of even your friendships. The quality of your friendships can increase just by moving around for 30 minutes a day because it increases the healthiness of the neurons in the brain. Now I would suggest this 30 minutes of movement is a bare minimum and if that bare minimum is a struggle make it something that you enjoy doing like playing a sport. If you like lifting then go and lift if you like running then go and run.

Educate yourself

About the food that they put in their body. Now, this is something that a lot of people struggle with because there’s a lot of myths and bad information on the internet but what you can do is sort through it. So just read as much as you can and you’ll kind of start to understand that this is a myth “I don’t need to believe this” “This is a bad article” “This website gives out horrible information”. It’s just something that you do over time you just have to continually educate yourself about the food, about macronutrients, about calories, even technical stuff like how to build muscle on, how to lose weight that stuff super important and is a healthy habit.


Loving intimate sex is what this means not a fling or a weekend thing. It’s just that loving intimate sex produces way more total beneficial hormones in your brain than a weekend fling does. If you do weekend flings one-night stands every week, you can actually start to form an addiction and the dopamine quality in your brain will start to reduce and that can actually become a negative habit that you’ll have to get rid of later on. So try to form loving intimate relationships and within those intimate relationships. We have found that people that are super healthy and live a long time have sex quite often.

Drink at least 2 liters of water every day

We have carried around a two-liter bottle of water one day for some people it’s going to be a ton of water especially if you’re used to drinking pop or soda throughout the day.

Personally, when I was little I drank a lot of tea, so switching from tea to water was quite a challenge but now for the past like 6 months, I have not drunk anything other than specifically water or milk. I have noticed that one I pee an awful lot and two my mood is way better when I wake up, like when before I go to bed I chug usually like 8 ounces of room-temperature water. What happens is for some reason that helps me get to sleep better and when I wake up and I’m ready to go usually because I have to pee really bad but it wakes me up it’s like almost like a cold shower.

So drinking tons of water is something that a lot of healthy people do.

Go outside a lot

We do know sunlight can cause skin cancer. If you do not protect yourself from it well enough but your body will start to produce more nutrients from the sunlight like vitamin D and people can actually start to get depressed if the natural sunlight is taken away from them. It’s called sad or seasonal affective disorder. So there are proven benefits of having sunlight.

7 hours of quality sleep

There are all kinds of tips that I could name here to help you have quality sleep and that’s what’s important because you can have sleep but if the lights on and there’s a weird noise in the background you’re not going to have quality sleep. Try to keep the light off. Don’t have any caffeine for less than six hours. Before you go to sleep turn down most of the light even on your phone there should be like a brightness thing that you can turn down. We don’t recommend working out or eating an hour before you go to bed.

Seven hours of quality sleep it will help you become a more healthy and then another benefit is you’ll probably live longer. Sleep has been correlated to health over many years in many studies.

Meditate Frequently

Personally, meditation is not something that I normally did growing up but I have read many studies and have had many testimonials of people who have meditated that it actually improves the quality of their life from handling their emotions better to improving their sleep quality to even feeling more peaceful throughout the day. Just a couple minutes of meditation right after you wake up or right before you go to bed can increase I think it’s called grey matter in your brain and I think technology can increase your IQ over time.