There are limitless reasons to prioritize your health. From simply feeling better to saving money on healthcare costs, paying closer attention to your well-being will only enhance your quality of life. It’s a common misconception that it’s easier to be unhealthy than the other way around. There are many things you can do each day to put your health first.
With the New Year, comes the new year’s resolutions ideas. One consistent 2019 resolution that pops up is implementing healthy habits into everyday life. Why are we so consumed by the idea of living healthy? What keeps this goal out of reach? Maybe because of the popular opinion that healthy habits demand too much of our effort and time. Well, I’m not going to tell you what to do but I hope you don’t mind if I make some suggestions.
Cancer can be a traumatic experience and, if you let it, one that can strip away much of your identity. While there will be good days and bad, how well you take care of yourself will play a major role in how the disease impacts your day-to-day life.
Working on your fitness is a practical solution for preventing pain and issues in your spine. To really get healthy and take care of your body, however, you have to find ways to balance that fitness work with some essential self-care practices. However, finding the time to add them to a busy schedule can be a real issue. If you are struggling to work me-time into your workout schedule, here is a daily self-care checklist that may help you get started.