When is the last time you did something for yourself? Chances are, if you are like most people, you can’t even remember.
Even if you can remember, was it something that would benefit your health and overall well-being? If not, you may not be at a level of optimum health.
Many people wonder, what’s the big deal? After all, if you feel decent, there is no need to change, right?
Feeling “decent” is not the same thing as feeling healthy or great. If you are ready to feel healthy or, even great, you are going to have to make a change. There are countless reasons to keep doing the same thing – eating fast food, not working out and just getting by when it comes to a chronic condition – however, there are just as many reasons to make a change.
Benefits of a Healthy Lifestyle
There are countless reasons to choose a healthy lifestyle over an unhealthy one. Some of these reasons include:
- To have more energy.
- To reduce chronic pain.
- To combat obesity.
- To feel better.
- To have more confidence.
…and the list goes on and on.
When you decide to get healthy, it means you are making a number of changes in your day to day life. This includes making a doctor’s appointment, changing what and how much you eat and exercising more. These are just the initial changes you need to make.
Making it “Stick”
Statistics show that a new action or activity will become habit after doing it for approximately 33 days. This means you just have to make it through the first 33 days and then your body will be essentially “programmed” to work out or make healthier food options.
When you get healthy, you will also notice a number of chronic conditions may improve, as well. From high blood pressure and diabetes to chronic pain and even some types of cancer – being healthy reduces the issues you have with these conditions.
Why We Care?
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