Queen Elizabeth’s 10 Daily Habits That Helped Her Live 96 Years

1. Eating breakfast

Breakfast was regularly served at 8:30 a.m. sharp, with Queen Elizabeth's breakfast being given top priority. A longer life has been associated with eating a good breakfast,

2. Having a pet

Elizabeth was renowned for her love of dogs and she had a pack of lovely canines. Acc. to research, having a pet can improve your health by lowering your blood pressure and relieving stress.

3. Horseback riding

Horses have been a constant in Queen Elizabeth's life since a very young age. Acc. to a 2022 Alzheimer's study, regular horseback riding is the key to slowing cognitive deterioration caused by ageing.

4. Tea time

A daily cup of tea promotes organ function, protects against chronic diseases, and aids in cell repair in the body.

5. Snacking - In Small Portion

Nutritionists claim that indulging in pleasures in moderation rather than outright banning them is the key to leading a healthy lifestyle.

6. Laughing

In addition to enhancing mood, reducing stress, strengthening social bonds, and, yes, lengthening lifespan, humour is a potent medicine for your brain and body.

7. A loving relationship

Being in a happy relationship is good for your health. Acc. to a body of evidence known as "the marriage advantage," stable relationships are more likely to preserve good general health.

8. Close family and friends

Acc. to certain studies, loneliness and isolation can shorten your life expectancy just as much as smoking cigarettes, yet a robust social network can help you live longer.

9. Enjoying nature

Elizabeth's favourite pastimes included gardening and going for walks outside. For those who enjoy being in nature, good news: both have been found to be associated with a longer lifespan.

10. Having purposeful work

Serving the people of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth was Queen Elizabeth's life's work.

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