These Healthy Habits Add Years to Your Life

A new study found that by adopting certain lifestyle habits you can boost longevity even in your 80s
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Researchers from Osaka University in Japan say reducing drinking, not smoking, losing weight,

and getting more sleep yield big dividends when it comes to longevity, even for people who have chronic health issues.

According to Study Finds, these habits increased longevity by six years in healthy 40-year-olds, with benefits even more prominent in those twice that age

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Surprisingly, the advantages of these good habits even applied to those with life-threatening illnesses including

cancer, cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and kidney disease.
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These diseases are known to reduce life expectancy,

but the study results showed that a healthy lifestyle can offset that effect.

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Lifespan is also affected by socioeconomic status and access to healthcare, said the scientists

Researchers gathered data from almost 50,000 people living in Japan who were followed for 20 years.

Study participants answered questionnaires about diet and exercise, alcohol consumption, smoking status, sleep duration and their BMI, or body mass index. They also reported any illnesses.

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