People are often resistant to making changes to their daily habits because they think that it may disrupt their lives and rob them of the simple pleasures of life.

You may be surprised that you only need to make minor adjustments to your daily life to make a long-term difference to your health. Start with yourself and be a positive influence for your friends and family.


Studies have shown that moderate levels of exercise give you a constant supply of energy, making you less lethargic at work. Some simple form of exercises such as brisk walk or a slow jog helps to enhance your memory, and makes you sleep better at night.

Get a friend to join a gym or go for a slow jog. Catching up with a friend need not always be over cakes and coffee!


Halitosis, or bad breath is often due to poor oral hygiene. Studies have shown that it affects one in four people globally. “A lot of people don’t know that brushing or scraping their tongue is a really important step for maintaining a healthy mouth,” says Dr. LouAnn, an orthodontist.

Cleaning your tongue is one of the best ways to remove bacteria and toxins that remain on the tongue. If the bacteria and toxins are left on the tongue for too long, some may be reabsorbed into the body, lowering your immunity.


When we get too busy, we often forget to make proper food choices. For most days of the week when we are working, we usually grab a sandwich or a burger for lunch. Sometimes we eat late dinner when we have to work overtime.

In the long run, we end up sacrificing our health for our jobs in order to make money. Then we end up sacrificing money to recuperate our health. Why not stay making better food choices from the start?

Plan your meals one week ahead. Steam or grill white meats such as chicken breast or fish, boil some eggs, chop some of your favorite vegetables and make 5 portions of brown rice for the week ahead. Spice up the taste by adding different spices and herbs.


As we hit our 30s, our skin health starts to decline rapidly. You may notice that regardless of all the skincare regime and food you eat may not save you from getting saggy cheeks or stop wrinkles from appearing on your face.

According to Dr. Siew Tuck Wah from Radium Medical Aesthetics, skin aging is due to the loss of volume and slowdown of collagen production as we age. People are gravitating towards non-surgical procedures to make them look younger and healthier.

Dermal filler, laser treatment, and thread lift are among the most popular non-surgical treatments to take years off your face, making you look more refreshed and youthful.


Try to swap out refined carbohydrates such as white rice, white bread, and noodles for whole grains, vegetables, fruits, and beans. We can minimize health risks of eating bad carbohydrates by eating fewer refined and processed carbohydrates.

Whole grains get absorbed slowly into our system, avoiding spikes in blood sugar levels. By incorporating more whole grains, fruits, and vegetables into our diet, we are increasing the nutritional value of our meals, making us look younger and live longer!

Author's Bio: 

Radium Medical Aesthetics offer the latest, non-invasive, FDA approved/ CE Marked medical aesthetic treatments, designed to invigorate you to not only look better, but to feel better and to become the most confident, best version of yourself. For skin maintenance and extra pampering, we offer medical facials and Radium™ – our proprietary skin care range, both specially designed to work synergistically with your treatments and give you the best possible aesthetic outcome.