We all know our lives are short, that time passes quickly and we often take our time here on earth for granted. However, have you thought about the length of your life in the context of your health and well-being? For if you are not well, your life could become even shorter, time could pass uncomfortably, and you certainly do not want to find yourself in a position of regret because it could be too late.
You may need to start thinking more about your health: this applies to most people, so there is a good chance you are included. We all have areas of our life where we could do better. Your health could be one of them. Paying more attention to your overall health would never be in vain and could only do you well by adding years to your life.
You probably have a good idea of where to start. Alternatively, depending on your situation, where to continue. There is no shame in having come up short in the past, that is as long as you pick up where you left off…
- perhaps this means you need to start exercising again, only to be more consistent this time.
- another option could be to make improvements to your food choices.
Maybe this means new lifestyle commitments. Talk to your doctor or someone whose counsel you trust. Figure out a plan for your health and take it seriously.
You do not want to wait until it is too late as your health and well-being has an expiry date whether you like it or not. If you do not take care of yourself, you risk moving this date of expiry to an earlier moment. How produce or a cooked meal “spoils” when left out of the refrigerator where it belongs; your health will eventually “spoil” also when neglected. To some extent, there is only so much you can do, however, why not extend your healthy years as much as you can? Why not add more life to those years by ensuring you are fit for most of them?
Extend the expiry date of your health. It is not beyond your ability. In most cases, you have the power to make a significant difference. Your health and well-being are precious to the quality of your life. Never forget this, and act to make sure this aspect is taken care of.
Get healthy, and live the best life you possibly can. Small changes can make a big difference. Modest and straightforward lifestyle changes will pay off with big dividends.
Anupam Ghose, a physician by training, was diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM) in 2017. After the diagnosis of T2DM, he followed a low carbohydrate high fat diet and reversed his T2DM within a year. Now he has one main goal in life and that is to make people understand that the conventional method of treating T2DM is not beneficial. Type 2 diabetes is reversible and the best way to reverse T2DM is through diet and lifestyle modifications. He now decided to help people with type 2 diabetes by offering online coaching to reverse their diabetes.