Unhealthy Lifestyle

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An unhealthy lifestyle is one of the major contributor to almost every disease, illness and health issue that we are facing in this country and the whole world today as well. Late sleeping, snacking, breakfast eating, body weight, lack of exercising, alcohol consumption and smoking, these are the examples of way to define unhealthy lifestyle. However, the common way of defining unhealthy lifestyle are poor sleep hygiene, sexual promiscuity and substance abuse.

Nowadays, a large fraction of youngsters and teenagers are involved in unhealthy lifestyle practices. Poor sleep hygiene is one of the major problem that will affect teenagers of this 21st century. Teenagers nowadays used most of their time staying in front of the computer, they can have their computer games for all night long without sleeping, especially on the weekend and holidays, as they had themselves addicted to the game. Slowly, they will mess up their time and will start to sleep in the morning, which is the opposite way and some of them like me even skip their breakfast in the morning. ” 24-year-old South Korean man died after playing computer games for 86 hours”. I had read about this a few years back ago. This happened as glued to the computer and had no decent sleep and meals without any rest! This clearly shows that poor sleep hygiene will seriously affect our health and will shorten our life expectancy as well!

Another way to define unhealthy lifestyle is the sexual promiscuity. Sexual promiscuity are often can be seen in our society, we can see many teenagers nowadays are pregnant before their marriage and some even having HIV illness. This is because they are having poor lifestyle behavior, they are use to sleep with friends or even strangers and having multiple sexual partners. Therefore, one night stand is commonly happened in our society. On top of that, Sexual promiscuity will lead to many social problems. Unplanned and...
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