Tips To Live Longer

According to Kien Vuu, MD, a noted longevity expert, your mindset and mental health have a major impact on how long you live, and there’s a big to-do list he offers his clients for making changes to their lifestyles for the sake of not only their mental health and emotions but also their longevity. Read on for a few of them. 

Kien Vuu, MD,


Slide 2 of 5: In a new interview with The Beet, Vuu advised that it's important for you to get 20 to 30 minutes of natural sunlight every morning. If you do so while exercising, even better. "I let the natural sunlight into my eyes and skin because that helps reset the circadian clock," he explained.He's not alone in espousing this advice. Michael Mosley, MD, the host of the BBC Radio 4 podcast "Just One Thing," recently explained to his listeners why it's important to get out in the early morning for a walk. "Light brings your body clock forward," he says—after noting that our body clocks actually run a bit longer than 24 hours, and do indeed require "resetting.""So in the evening, when you want to go to sleep, your body is ready for it. If you're struggling to sleep at night, it could be because you're not getting enough bright light in the morning," he said.If that's not enough to convince you, know that a study published in the journal Sleep Health found that exposure to early morning sunlight leads to better sleep and a much better mood. And for more news that can potentially help your slumber, learn about The Sex Position That Secretly Helps You Sleep Better.

Totally Surprising Tricks for Living Longer, Says Longevity Doctor (msn.com)

Slide 2 of 5: In a new interview with The Beet, Vuu advised that it's important for you to get 20 to 30 minutes of natural sunlight every morning. If you do so while exercising, even better. "I let the natural sunlight into my eyes and skin because that helps reset the circadian clock," he explained.He's not alone in espousing this advice. Michael Mosley, MD, the host of the BBC Radio 4 podcast "Just One Thing," recently explained to his listeners why it's important to get out in the early morning for a walk. "Light brings your body clock forward," he says—after noting that our body clocks actually run a bit longer than 24 hours, and do indeed require "resetting.""So in the evening, when you want to go to sleep, your body is ready for it. If you're struggling to sleep at night, it could be because you're not getting enough bright light in the morning," he said.If that's not enough to convince you, know that a study published in the journal Sleep Health found that exposure to early morning sunlight leads to better sleep and a much better mood. And for more news that can potentially help your slumber, learn about The Sex Position That Secretly Helps You Sleep Better.
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