#1 Eat a Healthy Diet

Take-out food may be tasty and easy. But you have to be smart about the kind of quick food choices you make.

#2 Hang Out With Friends and Family

You might think you’re too busy for a boys’ night out or lunch with your mom. But activities like these may save your life.

#3 Go to the Doctor

Even if you feel fine, regular checkups and screenings are vital for protecting your health.

#4 Get Plenty of Sleep

It seems like there are never enough hours in the day. As a result, at least 25% of Americans are sleep-deprived. Too little sleep is linked to obesity, accidental trauma, heart disease, depression, and diabetes.

#5 Make Health a Top Priority

Your health should be your number one priority, Making your health a priority isn’t selfish — it’s selfless, Because the healthier you are, the healthier and more engaged you’ll be with your family

#6 Unplug and Take a Break

Small amounts of stress can energize you and sharpen your ability to perform well. But too much stress over time can cause serious physical and mental health problem

#7 Lend a Hand

Studies have found that helping other people can decrease blood pressure, stress levels, and chronic pain. It can also reduce your likelihood of having depression and can even help you live longer.

#8 Don't Smoke

Smoking is the major cause of lung cancer. Lung cancer kills more men than any other type of cancer.

#9 Don't skip the sunscreen

Men spend an average of 10 more hours in the sun every week than women do. And they aren’t as likely to use sunscreen. Luckily, skin cancer is highly preventable. Make it a habit to wear sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher.

#10 Limit Alcohol

Happy hour can be a fun time and a good deal. But too much alcohol can lead to injuries, cancer, psychological problems, damaged relationship