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Lifestyle Medicine

Lifestyle medicine is a branch of evidence-based medicine in which comprehensive lifestyle changes (including nutrition, physical activity, stress management, social support and environmental exposures) are used to prevent, treat and reverse the progression of chronic diseases by addressing their underlying causes.




Studies to date suggest that mindfulness affects many aspects of our psychological well-being


Eat less live longer 

More than 80 years ago, Clive McCay published that rats with severely restricted diets lived up to 33% longer. The most promising results have shown lifespan extensions between 50 and 300% depend on species.

Eating Salad
Cherry Lollipop


Sugar is poison 

In our body sugar + Protein/lipid in a suitable environment turn to become AGEs, an important factor in aging and some age-related chronic diseases.

Avocado and Beetroot Toast


Eat healthy and balance diet 

“Let food be thy medicine, and let medicine be thy food”



Breaking your negative though

The long-term activation of the stress-response system and the overexposure to cortisol and other stress hormones that follows can disrupt almost all your body's processes. This puts you at increased risk of many health problems,

 Young Woman Contemplating


Improve your sleep health 

Sleep deprivation sleep over the long term can cause severe health conditions. Such as, sleep maintains your nervous system healthy and controls your stress hormones.

Woman Sleeping


Deep breathing exercise 

Deep breathing exercise has a ton of benefits. It’s at the center of the practice of meditation, which is known to help manage the symptoms of conditions as wide-ranging as irritable bowel syndrome, depression, and anxiety.

Girl Relaxing


Being Active 

Physical activity is any body movement that works your muscles and requires more energy than resting. Physical activity is good for your body and mind.

Running Outdoors


Coping your stress 

Too much or chronic stressful situation is an important enemy to your body.

Not only increase your stress hormone (cortisol level ) stress also affects your immune system, sleep cycle, sexual health, and obesity.

Office Worker