Join 54,249 users and earn money for participation
read.cash is a platform where you could earn money (total earned by users so far: $ 238,002.93).
You could get tips for writing articles and comments, which are paid in Bitcoin Cash (BCH) cryptocurrency,
which can be spent on the Internet or converted to your local money.
However, when the National Cancer Institute predicts that the number of new cancer cases will increase to 23.6 million a year by 2030, it is more important than ever to be aware of everyday things that could put you at risk - especially when your health and well-being are essential.
These are cancer risk factors you probably didn’t know about:
1. Poor stress management
While stress does not lead directly to disease, your body's response to that stress - through things like high blood pressure, a fast heartbeat and high blood sugar - can inevitably lead to cancer if left untreated. In recent years, links between psychological stress and cancer have also been discovered, as people may be forced to develop certain bad behaviors, such as smoking, overeating or drinking alcohol.
2. Poor oral hygiene
Do you maintain your oral hygiene? Flossing, regular brushing of teeth and the use of mouthwash are essential for maintaining good health. A 2018 study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute found that gum disease is linked to a 24% increase in lung and colorectal cancer, meaning you need to start taking care of your oral hygiene as soon as possible.
3. Eating too much rice
An analysis of a 2018 study published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health found that your rice contains arsenic and is a very credible threat to your overall health. Although arsenic levels in rice can vary around the world, any product that contains rice - including breakfast cereals - poses a risk of developing cancer.
4. Sleep with the TV on
Even if the sound of your favorite nightly show is the only way to fall asleep, you may want to stop this bad habit. A 2010 study in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives found that the artificial light emitted by your TV screen is linked to breast and prostate cancer.
Because the mantra that “vaccines are safe and effective” and that they have “eradicated deadly diseases” has been repeated for decades, this is generally accepted as a fact by most people. But the truth is completely different: vaccines are the source of all modern diseases: cancer, allergies, asthma and other autoimmune diseases and autism or. autism spectrum disorders.
6.Use of scented candles
There is something so soothing about scented candles. But even if they relax you in an instant, they can also do a lot of damage in the long run. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), scented candles are full of potentially dangerous chemicals such as benzene and toluene, and their regular inhalation can increase the risk of cancer.
HEALTHY HABITS REDUCE THE RISK OF CANCER:
-be psysically active........aim to get the minimum 150 minutes a week
-limit fast foods and processed foods high in fat,starches and sugars
-main tain a healthy weight
-cut back on red and processed meats.....eat no more then three portions per week
-if you drink alcohol,do that in moderation....woman should have no more then one alcoholic beverage a day,man should have no more then two
-fill your diet with whole grains,vegetables,fruits and beans.
If you follow my advices then you will stay healthy.