If you want to thrive, you’ve got to value time & prioritize health.
“He who has health has hope, and he who has hope has everything.” – Thomas Carlyle
If you’re healthy physically and mentally then you can achieve anything else in your life. A conscious person should always consider Health and Safety as top priority in all times in life.
Hence, Health issues, even ones you may think is minor may possibly induce or trigger more health complications Or interfere with other aspects of your life such as aches, pains, indigestion and more, which can hamper your happiness and increase stress levels.
Thus, health complications are never transferred by any spiritual means or invented by anyone or any spirit rather it’s being nurtured in your system when you don’t take good care of your body ranging from what you eat and drink etc.
Your Health is Your number 1 Wealth, Start putting your health first from now
It’s quite unfortunate and disappointing that your own health and well-being often comes last on your priority list or scale of preferences in your life, fortunately, health is the most vital aspect of life.
Let’s All Stay Healthy/HEALTH
“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” – Hippocrates
There may be actually no BEST diets as we should know that foods are only fuel for the body. Very Important to Note> you’ve got to train yourself to only eat because you are hungry and not because you are happy, sad, anxious, stressed or depressed.
Always try making healthy choices even when you’re in a hurry or better still tracking your calories intake, and don’t let convenience replace nutrition.
-Taking a Rest/Sleeping
Getting 7-9 hours of good sleep each night is medically recommended for maintaining good health. Chronic sleep deprivation, even at a minimal can have negative effects on your mental health and memory, immune functions and productivity.
To improve your sleep quality, you should try cutting down on caffeine and alcohol, stepping away from television, laptop and phone screens prior to bed, Dim bright room lights at night to get you in the mood of good night.
-Bing Active/Keeping Fit:
“I do not have time!” Sounds familiar right?
Your health doesn’t really care how busy you’ve been or how many other responsibilities you got. And it’s not going to take care of itself without your actions or some effort on your part.
“Physical fitness is the first requisite of happiness.” – Joseph Pilates
Making time to exercise and live a healthy and active lifestyle will likely reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke, diabetes and metabolic syndrome, depression and anxiety, as well as colon, breast and lung and endometrial cancer.
Exercise also builds bone density, reduces your risk of falls, and improves sleep quality. It doesn’t have to be considered inconveniencing or involving much equipment or gear. Try a brisk walk in the morning for 10 minutes, climbing stairs at work or dancing to your favorite tunes.
It is very important to think very well and consider safety first prior to engaging in any actions that may not worth risking health/life or promoting well-being in any way.
Most of us take unnecessary risks often claiming we’re beating time or being smart enough or solely for no good reasons,
For instance, chatting or texting while driving, not putting on the safety seat-belts, cooking while sleeping or watching the tv, alcoholism, drugs abuse etc.
Everyone deserves a healthy life
“I believe that the greatest gift you can give your family and the world is a healthy you.” – Joyce Meyer
Health is one of the greatest gifts of nature. No human can really concentrate or focus on anything if the person is sick or in pain.
Generally, healthy living approaches enables you to have better feeling of yourself including your relationships and able to cope better with your environment.
Mental health should be most crucial element you’ve got to consider, if you really want to live a better, happier and fulfilling life then you’ve got to consider your physical, mental and emotional health first as your number 1 priority.
Dedicating more of your efforts towards healthier habits and healthy living is the only sure way to improve your memory, muscles and bones, physical and spiritual abilities, etc.
Focus more on your health as a top priority so you’ll be able to take care of other life needs because if you do otherwise it may be detrimental when it’s developed to other health complications.
“Good health is not something we can buy. However, it can be an extremely valuable savings account.” – Anne Wilson Schaef
“To ensure good health: eat lightly, breathe deeply, live moderately, cultivate cheerfulness, and maintain an interest in life.” – William Londen
“Healthy citizens are the greatest asset any country can have.” – Winston Churchill
“You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.” – Mae West