The Change Of Unhealthy Lifestyle

979 WordsNov 26, 20154 Pages
The Change in Unhealthy Lifestyle Many children and adults these days live unhealthy lifestyles. They are eating more processed food and fast food. Lack of sleep and alcohol are also common in unhealthy lifestyles. Some people are even born into families that have unhealthy habits such as smoking. The most common causes of an unhealthy lifestyle are an unhealthy diet, substance abuse and sexual promiscuity. To improve life, those unhealthy ways should change to eat healthy, avoid substance abuse, and promiscuity. First, American people nowadays have unhealthy diets, especially teenagers, children and young adults. Some eat too much junk food, and there are so many fast food restaurants on every corner. Then later on, they confront with obesity. According to Kevin Fernandez, author of “Study Regarding Overweight/ Obesity among Medical students of a Teaching Hospital in Pune, India” states, “Obesity is a multi-factorial disorder, which is often associated with many other significant diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, other cardiovascular diseases, osteoarthritis and certain cancers” (Kevin, 279). Girls are afraid of getting fat and worry about their body size. As Janet Polivy, author of “Psychological Consequences of Food Restriction” points out, the decision of limit in eating or diet is an example of self-improvement (Janet, 589). People think that restrain their eating and get weight-loss would help them achieve improvement health, appearance, and feeling
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