Are you leading a lifestyle that is stressful, lacks physical activities and has unhealthy diet habits?
It’s time to make some healthy investments.
24x7 Indoors Leads to Low Vitamin D
In our country majority of women who are home makers spend maximum time of the day indoors because of their house hold chores. And they hardly get any sunshine which leads to deficiency of Vitamin D. Vitamin D is known as the sunshine vitamin; vitamin D is produced by the body in response to skin being exposed to sunlight. They suffer from fatigue, joint pain, muscle cramps which is due to this deficiency of Vitamin D.
People who are also working in offices and have less scope for getting exposed to sunlight may have the same problem. Deficiency of Vitamin D can lead to other related ailments like cardio vascular or neurology which at times can be a hindrance towards a happy and productive life.
Zero Physical Activity Leads to High Cholesterol
Our modern-day sedentary lifestyle increases our levels of fat which is otherwise burnt while undertaking physical activity. This fat helps us to maintain the level of fat balanced in our system, More scientifically Fats are known as Cholesterol. There are two type of cholesterol, first is bad cholesterol (namely VLDL, Triglycerides, LDL) which is harmful for the heart and causes heart related complications.
Second type of cholesterol is the good cholesterol which is known as High-Density Lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL) that lowers the risk of heart diseases. Zero physical activity and sedentary lifestyle increases the levels of LDL which leads to heart related diseases.
12-14 Hours of Working Leads to High Blood Pressure
Long working hours leaves a person less time to recover from the effects of hard work. Longer hours may mean sedentary lifestyle, disturbed meal timing, and too little exercise - things all linked to high blood pressure and heart disease. Stress is again an integral part of the lives of working executives, high level CXOs and this leads to Hypertension which can lead to uncontrolled hypertension and a subsequent cardiac or neurological event like heart attack or stroke.
In today’s fast moving world, where everyone is trying maintain a fast pace towards achieving something in life, it is important to stay heathy and fit to be in the race.
Fast Food Meals Leads to High Blood Sugar
Fast food meals may contribute to diabetes and can rapidly impact the blood sugar levels. Highly processed foods that are high in calories and low in vitamins, minerals, and fibre are digested quickly and can cause a rapid rise in blood sugar levels. The people who are at the risk of this are the working executives, college going students particularly who do not have proper meal timings and tend to ignore the associated problems of this habit of eating fast food.
Majority of people of this group won’t even know that their glucose levels are high unless they have an event. And high blood sugar is a silent killer which develops inside for years before suddenly exposing itself to a clinical finding. High blood sugar can lead to hypertension and other severe cardiac, kidney and neurological disorders.
Given the lifestyle you lead, it is important to get detailed insights of your Inner Health parameters regularly in order to take corrective actions.
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