Updated blog on health from 10/2018
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As we start to emerge from our #social isolation of the last 7 weeks, some #fascinating thoughts are running through my head. Is your health better, worse or about the same? I am not talking just about your #physical health, but also about your #mental health. Have you picked up some #bad habits or are you pretty much on target with where you want to be?
Me, for instance I asked the doctor to give me 6 months and I would take off 10 lbs. I am pleased to announce that I have taken off #weight, 18 lbs but it has taken me 8 months. Here is the real struggle ahead – can I stay away from potato chips ? That is really challenge for me, because I have always loved my chips.
Here are some soul searching questions to pose to yourself. Just because you are a young adult, does not mean you are healthy. Maybe there are circumstances in your life no one is aware of, that consistently play havoc with your well being?
Do you take care of your #health on a regular basis?
Do you go in for your #preventive visits and listen to what your physician is telling you?
Are you reluctant to step on the scale at the #physician’s office? Do you need to go on a diet? A real diet that has daily limits, calorie counts, and helps you to understand what carbohydrates are, both the good & the bad. Why you need protein, fat etc.
Do you exercise? Even if it is walking short distances?
Are you open with your physician and share with her or him what is really bothering you?
Are you evasive about answering your physician when you are embarrassed by a personal question?
Are you in an abusive relationship and unsure what to do next? Do you know where to get professional help.
Do you know where to go to get answers that will help you? Are you willing to follow up with the suggestions your physician makes?
Do you brush your teeth?
Do you see your dentist on a regular basis for cleanings, x-rays and preventive maintenance?
Braces? Do you use your retainer as instructed by the orthodontist?
Think about those situations you find yourself in, regarding #mental and#physical health issues. Action is to be proactive and positive.
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