Modish style of living

Be a best version of yourself and then create a modern lifestyle.

Modern lifestyle; fussy lifestyle.
Modern lifestyle is a very litigious topic. Some people want to change their life all the time but the others prefer to follow traditional lifestyle and routine.
Somehow modish lifestyle makes life faster and more convenient. Modish lifestyle mainly includes health care as compared to a traditional lifestyle, etc. So many organizations conduct campaigns to divert teenagers’ attention from fast food. People desire to live longer and don’t want to have any health problems. People don’t want to make any kind of compromise with their health and strive hard to live a better life to become a healthier person. Diet is the first and foremost concern. Whether we are a large person or a small one, everyone is concerned about what to eat. It’s not about losing weight but eating the correct foods for the body. Drinking plenty of water, eating vegetables and fruits is one of the ways to correct our diet. What we put into our body determines how healthy we are. People prefer to take more vitamins taking on a daily basis.
Exercising was an important part of the daily routine in traditional lifestyles We incorporate some type of exercise routine in our life. Even if we do anything but take a walk every day, everyone needs some form of exercise in their life.
People do a routine test to make sure their blood pressure is correct and your cholesterol level is right.
People visit their dentist twice a year for cleanings and any other dental work they need. It’s true that taking care of our teeth can maintain a healthy body too. Apart from this sleep at night too helps us to be healthy. Everyone should get at least six hours of sleep at night, but if at all possible, try to get a full eight hours.

Exercising, eating right, routine check-ups with your doctor and dentist are some of the main things you can do to live a healthy life. Once you start living your life healthy, you will look and feel great.
We may do complicated operations like transplantations, cure people who suffer from many serious illnesses. Physicians invent more and more medicines, scientists construct more and more modern inventions. Computers, which enter our everyday life, often replace people in difficult calculations and help us at work and at home. We can find out everything which is useful from a network. A lot of people all over the world may communicate with one another using mobile phones but also the internet. The growth of new technologies, the Internet helps us solve many problems which were extremely difficult in the past.

It is so great when life is easier and more relaxed. People walk and work faster and more efficiently

Even with all our technology and the inventions that make modern life so much easier than it once was, it takes just one big natural disaster to wipe all that away and remind us that, here on Earth, we’re still at the mercy of nature.

Modern lifestyle is different from old on all the sides: attitude, life rhythm and physical condition. Taking full advantage of technology, together with faster and open-minded life, all make that human society is more comfortable, greater, more developed and more equitable. There is no double that we have to lose something, even many things. However, what we get in life is noticeable and I think more than what we lost. Hence, the change into modern life is positive and should be continued in control.

The deepest problems of modern life derive from the claim of the individual to preserve the autonomy and individuality of his existence in the face of overwhelming social forces, of historical heritage, of external culture, and of the technique of life.

As said by Georg Simme
We have become a nation of thoughtless rushers, intent on doing before thinking, and hoping what we do magically works out. If it doesn’t, we rush to do something else, something also not well thought-out, and then hope for more magic.”
addiction of modern lifestyle

Very much encouraged in the modern commercial world, where every minute spent working can mean increased earnings. But all work and no play can lead to total burnout, and workaholics usually don’t realise there’s a problem until things go badly wrong.

Television Addiction
We watch an average of four hours of TV a day. This means that by the age of 65 we may well have spent about nine years glued to the box. TV addicts share many clinical abuse symptoms such as helplessness in putting an end to the addiction, using their “drug of choice” to soothe their nerves, and irritability when forced to kick the habit.

Exercise Addiction
Possibly something I should recognise in myself. Exercise addiction statistics are hard to find because it usually co-exists with eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa. Treadmill abusers may sacrifice their health and social life for their addiction. A study published by Behavioural Neuroscience in August 2009 found similarities between excessive running and drug-abuse behaviour.

Otherwise known as shopping addiction, it’s not just celebrities who are afflicted. There are compulsive shoppers in almost every neighbourhood and family. Studies suggest that compulsive buying affects more than one in 20 adults. The mania has been linked to depression and has brought many shopaholics to the brink of bankruptcy.

Internet Addiction
Constant, unstoppable, obsessive internet browsing that becomes a daily routine, and where any interruption causes irritability, may well indicate the presence of an Internet Addiction Disorder. As technology becomes ubiquitous in our work and private lives, understanding how we interact with it is increasingly important. Addiction disorders connected to people’s interactions with games, the internet and social media are emerging as a major scientific research topic, and the findings will help shape the way we deal with changing technology at work and at home in the future.

Modern life makes so many of us strangely empty.