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Drinking whiskey every other day isn't best habit for that I guess

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The healthiest senior citizens are the ones who are still going on jogs every day, both in my experience and objectively according to studies

 

The human body takes a "Use it or lose it" route to health as you age, the way to stay in shape and healthy into old age is to keep your body active

Joints will stay strong with healthy use but will get weaker if you just sit inside doing nothing all day

 

So, don't volunteer to start decaying as you get old

 

Preferably don't sit there decaying while you're young either, you gotta have something to take with you into old age to begin with..

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Hi! I'm Lumi, host of Reisen, Tewi, Flandre and Lucilyn.

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Gosh, yeah, "Use it or lose it" is totally true. Even in your 30s it's true, although it's a lot easier to bounce back than when you're old.

 

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Yeah, just casual exercise and working out are the best for lifespan on average. Getting seriously buff or going on mountain hikes instead of simple jogs come with both extra benefits and risks by comparison

Hi! I'm Lumi, host of Reisen, Tewi, Flandre and Lucilyn.

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Floors will be finished after tomorrow and then I can move all the furniture back to where it should be, and stop wearing slippers to walk around the house, and then I will be in optimal living/thinking conditions again

 

Still been thinking a lot, often, about how to fix my not-feeling-reward-from-things problem. After looking into what dopamine actually does more closely, it's possible my brain's dopamine-ing could actually work fine, because dopamine is the spark of motivation chemical to get you to do things you want to do... But it is not the reward chemical(s) that create pleasant feelings after accomplishing something. That's what's broken for me, and my motivation may just be appropriately assessing how good I felt about finishing given activities in the past and accurately gauging that it was "basically not at all"

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Oh yeah. Dopamine just regulates behaviors and stuff. It actually isn't giving the pleasure that one feels. That's something else. So yeah, something else is off for you and dopamine is just following suite because it doesn't get the reward

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