Harish Jharia

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08 April 2010

Poor Appetite of Youngsters in Modern Times

          Inactive life kills your appetite..

© Harish Jharia

In our modern way of living and the current intellectual ways of thinking has made us addicted to computers. We keep sitting at one place for hours together. We also indulge in the habits of chatting and dating with dozens of people on internet. We develop friendships with strangers that are unknown and unseen. Eventually we keep sticking to our chair, constantly gazing at the monitor and become inactive lazy and slow in our day-to-day activities.

For having a more healthy life, we should limit your idling time and increase active hours. We might better take-up as many household chores as possible from our mother and assist our father in various departments of our daily life. Do not remain to be guest or a paying-guest to your parents. Realize that it is your home and not a college hostel.

You should look like a youngster, a girl or a boy by your activities and by running around all the time… rather than crawling like a slow and lazy person.

If you keep yourself physically active, your body will release vital hormones required for your proper growth, health and luster of your skin, skin tone and adequate appetite for food, out of physical activities and cardiovascular exertions. For gaining optimum health, you need 30-40min exercise / walking / jogging daily regularly.

Do not put yourself on controlled diet unless you are obese. Take 3 to 4 times rich diets of normal Indian food is adequately rich for youngsters. Just add lots of salads, and fruits including seasonal fruits to your diet. Fruits and salads are necessary for your cosmetic health like skin tone, adequate moisture in your muscles and skin, healthy eyes and hair.

For enhancing your appetite, you may go for the regimes summarized as follows:
•    Do regular cardiovascular exercise daily in the morning
•    The best cardiovascular exercise is brisk running for 30 to 40 minutes
•    Getup at 6am well before you take your breakfast
•    Go to bed at 10pm for having a sound sleep of 8hrs
•    Spare time for going in balcony or lawn and breath fresh air
•    Spare time for chatting with family members or friends
•    Spare time for watching TV
•    Keep away from solitude and mix-up with people
•    Do not eat any thing within 1 hour before your meals
•    Do not drink water during eating food
•    Drink water 30 minutes after taking food
•    Eat lots of salads of fresh vegetables
•    Make it a habit to take fruits at least once a day

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- Harish Jharia


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