Balance Your Health Account
In terms of your health and well-being it’s very important not to “overdraw your health account”. Withdrawals should never exceed deposits. The trouble is that sometimes we don’t even realize that we’re making a withdrawal, or we forget to make sure we’ve had enough deposits to cover a big withdrawal. When this happens, we tend to get sick.
Stress can cause a very large withdrawal from your health account. Your body will expend a large amount of resources as it tries to cope with stress. The result is the same whether the stress is psychological, emotional or physical – all types of ongoing stress result in ongoing withdrawals.
Start making some deposits in your Health Savings Account for when you might need it in the future. Keeping and maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle means you need to be able to balance out the “bad” in your life, stress, lack of exercise, malnutrition(I am talking over-eating Twinkies) with some “good”. In the beginning start with something easy, eat one less Big Mac per day. This is how I started 20 years ago, I used to eat 2 Big Macs a day and never had energy and was gaining weight as fast as a person can. That was my first step to Balancing My Lifestyle. Now I make a daily Health Deposits by eating lots of vegetables and fruits, exercising at least 15 to 45 minutes a day, and maintain a positive attitude towards life!
Bad health is just a sign of an overdrawn Health Account. Start banking with healthy choices today and never forget… Chiropractic is a part of a Balanced Lifestyle!