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The Alameda County Study is a study of certain residents of Alameda County, California which examines the relationship between lifestyle and health. In their examination of the collected data, D. Wingard and colleagues found that those who followed five practices lived healthier and longer lives:
- Avoiding smoking.
- Exercising regularly.
- Maintaining a healthy body weight.
- Sleeping seven to eight hours per night. (For related research, see Sleep#Optimal.)
- Limiting consumption of alcoholic drinks.
See also Edit
- History of physical health psychology
- Longitudinal studies
- Self care
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- ↑ (September/October 2005). The Alameda County Study: A Systematic, Chronological Review. American Journal of Health Education 36 (5): 302–308. ERIC document number EJ792845.
- ↑ Template:Harvard citation no brackets. "The linear model supported previous findings, including regular exercise, limited alcohol consumption, abstinence from smoking, sleeping 7-8 hours a night, and maintenance of a healthy weight play an important role in promoting longevity and delaying illness and death." Citing PMID 7148802 (PMID 7148802)