Factors of Lifestyle in Sport and for Life PerformanceBy Dr. Artour Rakhimov, Alternative Health Educator and Author - Last updated on August 9, 2018
These lifestyle factors in sport and fitness are individual and changing each decade. For most people, these factors also change throughout one's life.
For most athletes, the most destructive single easy-to-correct lifestyle factor is supine sleep (or sleeping on one's back). You can check that supine sleep drastically worsens sports performance and causes exacerbation of numerous health problems using a simple DIY body-oxygen test.
For results of 26 medical studies which found that supine sleep is the worst position to sleep, click here: Best sleep positions.
The next most damaging lifestyle risk factor in sport is mouth breathing (during sleep, daytime and even physical exercise, if a person has low body-oxygen levels, is unfit or suffers from chronic diseases).
Here are some common factors of lifestyle in sports performance and physical health.
Healthy factors of lifestyle in a sport
- Physical exercise with nasal breathing only. It is hard to execute, especially for the unfit person, but it mimics high altitude (not as good as the Training Mask though).
For a detailed analysis of the end drastically increases body-oxygen content)
For a detailed analysis of the effects of these factors, visit Causes of heavy breathing and low oxygen levels in body cells.
For a practical system of breathing retraining, visit the Learning Section.
Lifestyle risk factors in sport
- Sleeping on one’s back
Obviously, many other lifestyle factors can also influence sports performance and general health. Most of them are analyzed on pages of this site.
- 10 Lifestyle Factors That Affect Training (From Active.com)
- The Four Major Factors of Health (From HealthPromoting.com)
- Nutrition: Tips for Improving Your Health (From FamilyDoctor.org)
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