What are the daily good health habits?

1. Brushing time lasts 3 minutes

Oral health is directly related to overall health. In addition to brushing your teeth sooner or later, you must also master the correct brushing method to ensure that each side of your teeth can be brushed. The time of each brushing should not be less than 3 minutes.

2. Don’t be angry for more than 3 minutes

Anger hurts the liver and lungs. When angry, people’s physiological reactions are intense, and they can secrete a large amount of toxic substances, affecting people’s health and even shortening their lifespan. Especially in patients with cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, if they are angry, they will suddenly increase their blood pressure, causing heart disease or cerebral hemorrhage. Even if you are angry, you should not exceed 3 minutes. When you feel angry, you may wish to take a deep breath or yell to vent.

3. Stay in bed for 3 minutes in the morning

Morning is a period of high incidence of stroke and sudden death. Patients with high blood pressure and heart disease cannot wake up immediately after waking up. After waking up, they should lie quietly in bed with eyes closed for 3 minutes, and then move their heads, necks and limbs appropriately. Finally, get up slowly to prevent excessive blood pressure fluctuations.

4. The bowel movement cannot exceed 3 minutes

When defecating, the bowel is under varying degrees of stress. In particular, reading and playing mobile phones while defecation can prolong the time of defecation, and prolonged prolongation can cause intestinal mucosa sagging, causing hemorrhoids or habitual constipation, so the time for defecation cannot exceed 3 minutes.

5. Exercise rest time is 3 minutes

When you are very tired, you can take a short rest for 3 minutes to quickly replenish your muscles. Especially for people who do vigorous exercise such as playing badminton or basketball, there is a short 3-minute break in the middle, which will not let the body cool down quickly, and can prevent muscle strain or cramps during exercise.