Longevity, or the length of our lifespans, is influenced by our genetics, our environment, our lifestyle choices, and our attitudes. We can’t change our genetics; we may be able to change our environment; we can definitely change our lifestyles and attitudes if longevity is what we are after. The search for eternal life has been hypothesized about around the world for millenia, and researches from many cultures have long studied ways in which we can sustain and lengthen our lives. We’ve started gathering valuable information on this topic, but haven’t yet curated the findings.

Here’s What the Longest-Living People in the World Always Eat (and Drink) Before Bed for Restful Sleep

What the longest-living people in the world eat, drink, and do before bed for restful sleep.

Play Out, Don’t Work Out

Play your way to a happy, healthy, and long life.

How to Improve Your Psychological Well-Being

Your emotional health is key to a happy life

Belongingness: Essential Bridges That Support the Self

Recent research is establishing the critical nature of social belongingness.

Is This Crucial Activity Missing From Your Wellness Regimen?

The health benefits of sex

Looking on the Bright Side May Be Good for Your Health

A number of recent long-term studies has linked greater optimism to a lower risk of developing cardiovascular disease and other chronic ailments and to fostering “exceptional longevity.”