The more you live the more you’re exposed to unhealthy things. We sure can’t live with the remorse of having eaten that piece of chocolate or that pepper jack and bacon cheeseburger.
Of course one isn’t going to fully limit themselves in eating candy or other unhealthy foods because that’s sometimes nearly impossible to do.
You have to have a very strong self-conduct and fight unwanted cravings so you don’t end up giving in.
The importance of healthy living should be of top priority to us. Unfortunately, some of us have a hard time staying on task and consuming healthy foods. Others have health issues that are inherited genetically and they have no control over them.
To know if we are prone to suffering a disease passed down from our parents is scary and most of us will do anything to avoid knowing about it.
It is beneficial to be informed if a chronic disease runs in our family so it is treated on time. Being aware that you are at risk of having health issues should motivate individuals in equivalent situations to do something about it.
Say your parents, grandparents, or someone in your family has suffered from heart attacks in the past. Maybe they were lucky enough to live through them.
What do they do when something of that magnitude happens to them? They do something about it right? That is the message I am trying to get across.
Start doing something about it so you can have a healthy family and increase your confidence and know that one of your loved ones won’t suffer a painful event.
Sirens in our brains are constantly going off due to the information we are exposed to on television. The news is constantly alarming us about diabetes, overweight and obesity, physical inactivity, and excessive alcohol use.
These are all factors that lead up to heart disease and possible other hideous diseases. But do we do something about this? I hope you do.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention state that 1 out of 4 deaths in the United States are due to heart disease.
Stop for a second, think of 3 other people whom you have a close relationship with. One of you will eventually die of heart disease. If you are lucky to survive the first heart attack, you may encounter another heart attack sometime in the future.
You can do a few simple things to raise a healthy family. Start by motivating them to make exercise a habit in their daily busy routines. Show your kids how to exercise.
I say show them implying that you need go out to the park and run with them. Don’t tell your teenage kid, “go run son”, all that’s going to do is go in one ear and come out the other.
It only takes a few times before something something becomes a habit. So go run with them!
Some things are easier said than done. An example is keeping your weight on check. Study a little bit about where your weight should be based on your age and height and your heart will thank you.
Eating a healthy diet is a tough obstacle to overcome. It could be harder than you think.
I can speak from experience because I have a hard time trying to get myself to eat healthy foods and not going out to restaurants and eating their tasty dishes.
Did I mention exercise regularly? You bet I did and I know it won’t hurt you reading it and processing it in your brain twice.
I can’t emphasize enough how much good exercise can do for you. Run daily if possible, if you can’t do that then run between 2 to 4 times a week for about 20 to 30 minutes.
Suggestions may be more than this but I think that doing this is better than not running at all. Running in the morning will put you in a good mood throughout the day and it will make you more productive. It also helps with staying on task and completing them on time.
You will be better off if you become a pro-get healthy stay healthy folk!
When you aren’t in the habit of running or staying healthy, you don’t have an idea of what to do to stay healthy. Read, learn, and ask how to stay healthy.
I encourage you to learn and motivate yourself on staying healthy and try to prevent many of those painful diseases our bodies can get if we don’t take care of it.
It is a lifelong benefit that will eventually pay off. Health is worth more than what cash can pay for.