When someone has a low self-esteem or a bad body image, some choose to change their bodies with unhealthy methods. That includes fad diets, eating disorder, surgery, steroids, and diet pills. These methods have short-term weight loss, but can have long term negative effects. For example, cancer, fatigue, death, and etc. Instead of using these methods, they can exercise for a reasonable amount of time, eat slowly, and have healthy diets.
I think that I have an unhealthy tech use. Everyday, I have 4-5 hours of free time. 1-2 hours of snooker, 30-60 minutes of math and rest are all tv. That means that I spend about 3-4 hours of my day to watch TV. I can make my tech use healthier by take some time out of watching tv to play more pingpong, math, or snooker. This makes it healthier because it allows me to have less screen time.
How can you ensure your information is reliable when researching health-related topics?
If a source’s purpose is to persuade, then it is likely to be unreliable. That’s because they would only give information that benefits heir claim. Websites that ends with “.org” is more reliable than “.com”. If a sources give opinions, than it is likely to be biased.