I have come to realize one concrete fact! The fact of the matter is that our health is our greatest natural resource. If we do not maintain our health, we will find ourselves experiencing health issues which could have been prevented had we been well-informed or had at least gone to see our primary care physician. How about doing something simple as taking essential dietary supplements or eating the right foods so your body may receive the appropriate nutrients. Exercising is also necessary to get the body moving as well as increasing circulation. It also promotes an increase of daily energy.
A lot of times, man suffers from a lack of information or a lack of insight/wisdom. We need a healthy body and a healthy mind. What we think affects our body. That’s why it has always been said that stress affects the body. I used to hear co-workers say they were stressed out and now have a headache. Yes, there appears to be a correlation between the two.
People have also reported how stress has caused them to have back pain, tense muscles, pinched nerves, poor appetite, an increased eating frequency, rashes, hives, and the list goes on. I have been a masters level social worker for over 22 years and have heard clients complain of these very issues regardless of age or background. I personally went to the doctor once and my physician informed me that stress caused me to have hypertension. That was a wake up call. I started exercising and changed my diet. That was the trick, because I went from 230lbs to 205lbs in a month and a half. I do whatever I can to keep stress at a minimal.
I remember when my father died in December of 2001. My dad had advanced heart disease and an enlarged heart. That’s not all! He did not know it! It’s time to develop a different paradigm so you all may live a full and satisfied life! My wife and I talk about the importance of weight loss and there are many things to consider. I need to watch what I eat such as staying away from fast food which can be difficult. I exercise 3-4 times per week at the gym and or at home.
Research has stated that as little as taking a walk for 12 minutes per day will add on an additional year or so onto your life. It can be difficult to stay on a regimen, but with a little consistency, it can be done. I even take a variety of dietary supplements to get the necessary vitamins into my body. What I realized is if I take care of my body, it will take care of me. Simple right? Not always and everyone is different and requires different methods to tackle their madness. I’m not professing to be some health guru, but I have found a few things that not only work for me, but have also worked for others. We want to lose weight and keep it off right? I talk to seniors and families all day just about everyday and maintaining a quality of life with their health is really all they want. There’s no holy grail of health out there outside of a little prayer right? What if there was something you could use that would at least increase your odds of getting rid of excess weight and body fat? Would you be interested in wanting to know more? Well, there is!
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