A Short Guide to a Long Life by David B. Agus M.D.
By David B. Agus M.D.
In his number one New York Times bestselling e-book, The finish of Illness, Dr. David B. Agus shared what he has realized from his paintings as a pioneering melanoma surgeon and researcher, revealing the leading edge steps he is taking to extend the lives of not just melanoma sufferers yet all these hoping to get pleasure from a full of life, long lifestyles. Now Dr. Agus has became his research right into a sensible and concise illustrated instruction manual for daily residing. He believes optimum healthiness starts off with our day-by-day habits.
A brief advisor to a protracted Life is split into 3 sections (What to Do, What to prevent, and Doctor’s Orders) that supply the definitive solutions to many universal and not-so-common questions: Who should still take a toddler aspirin day-by-day? Are flu pictures secure? What constitutes “healthy” meals? Why is it vital to guard your senses? Are airport scanners detrimental? Dr. Agus might help you improve new styles of private overall healthiness care utilizing reasonably cheap and generally obtainable instruments which are in keeping with the newest and optimal technology. Now move reside lifestyles!
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This benefit does have a caveat, however: drinking can potentially increase one’s risk for breast cancer, and drinking too much is far worse for your heart than being a teetotaler. How do you find the sweet spot? Aim for no more than one drink a day if you’re a woman and two if you’re a man. And if you abstain during the workweek, you don’t have permission to binge drink over the weekend. 11 Practice Good Hygiene—in Bed and Out Good health starts with good hygiene. It’s hard to believe that the dramatic decrease in infectious diseases between the discovery of germs and antidotes such as antibiotics and vaccines was actually not the result of high-tech medical treatments, but rather of changes in how we practice good hygiene.
Cultivate Om in the Office 10. Have a Glass of Wine with Dinner 11. Practice Good Hygiene—in Bed and Out 12. Cohabitate 13. Maintain a Healthy Weight 14. Get Your Annual Flu Shot, Even If You “Never Get Sick” and “Have Never Gotten the Flu” 15. Get Naked 16. Get Off Your Butt More 17. Jack Your Heart Rate Up 50 Percent Above Your Resting Baseline for at Least Fifteen Minutes Every Day 18. Start a Sensible Caffeine Habit 19. Ask Mom or Dad What Killed Grandpa and Aunt Marge 20. Consider DNA Testing 21.
The other chief reason for writing this book is probably pretty obvious: I want these rules to reach as many people as possible. After The End of Illness came out, many people asked me to distill my Health Rules down to a prescriptive list for them to keep on hand. They wanted a cheat sheet. In my previous book, I spent a lot of time going through the evidence; I won’t be doing that here. I also won’t be using any medical terminology or fancy language to convey my ideas. This is as pure and direct as it gets—less about theory, research, history, and science and more about the basic practices you can follow in your daily life.