Health and Wellness In the 21st Century has rapidly evolved from simply going to your medical doctor and getting their undivided attention and in many cases a rapid answer or cure for your medical problems to going to the Drs. office now waiting for who knows how long and then in many cases getting referred to two other physicians for further testing.
I understand in some cases that may be the best route to take to help uncover what ever your problem might be. However, today our medical system continues to evolve into many different programs benefit reductions, and treatment plans and of course sky high costs as well.
The best plan you and I can begin to follow as we age is to take our healthcare seriously and take personal responsibility for it.
As we get older our bodies need more attention and care and that can be done in several different ways like becoming devoted to an exercise program, learning how to eat a cleaner diet and getting enough sleep for starters.
Stress reduction as we age is vitality important as it will have a key component in your health and you should find ways to reduce that stress to a minimum through lifestyle changes and learning how to use your mind in creating the atmosphere you thrive in instead of becoming a victim to constant disruption and drama.
Becoming personally responsible is the name of the game today in healthcare and that goes hand in hand with helping you live a higher quality of life through smart lifestyle choices and also helps in keeping your financial house in order.
I have written a short and concise e-book titled Health and Wellness In The 21st Century that you can download that gives you simple but effective information and instructions on how to get started in living a higher quality of life through lifestyle changes.
You can go to my website http://www.totaljointfitness.com and under the products, tab click the section on how to purchase and download the information.
I want everyone who is a senior to enjoy the life they have and be able to sustain yourself financially without pouring your hard earned dollars into the medical system for healthcare that you could have avoided in the first place by living a healthier lifestyle.
You have nothing to lose and everything to gain.
Your health will be the number one determinant in how your quality of life unfolds prior to or after retirement. Now is the time to take action.
Richard Haynes PTA, CPT