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EVERYONE CAN IMPROVE the day-to-day habits that so profoundly influence their overall health and well-being.

Sleep More, Eat Less

There are many reasons for  obesity. Most of the reasons cited include lack of exercise and poor food choices. 

Many researchers have also added lack of sleep to the list. Thirty-five years ago, people averaged 8-9 hours of sleep. Today, many people are down to 6-7. In order to keep up energy levels, people are turning to food. 

Studies have shown that people who are sleep deprived eat as much as 10-15 percent more calories. This can add up to several extra pounds over the course of a few years.

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Some thoughts for you!


When it comes to your health, there's a lot of things you can't do much about, for example, your genetics. But when it comes to the day-to-day habits that either build your health, or destroy it... that either work with your genetics or against them... you're the one in charge.

And because health habits are things you do consistently, over a long period of time...improving them, even the small ones, may have a much more profound influence on your well-being than you ever imagined.

It has been estimated that up to 70% of all illness is preventable, if people would improve their health habits in the areas of activity, diet and smoking. 

Perhaps you've identified  some habits you'd like to change. Or maybe you already had a long list of things you "shouldn't do". Like most people you've probably vowed to change them before, only to forget your vows a short time later. The road to poor health is paved with good intentions.

What you really need is someone to help remind you day-by-day of the steps you need to that gradually, over a long period of time, the improved behaviour becomes a habit you hardly have to think about.

Some habits, such as seat belt use, you may change simply as a result of being reminded; others will require a more gradual, long-term effort.


Could this be you?


Hand in hand into the future!

In health news today you'll hear a lot about such topics as genetics, epidemics, miracle drugs, new surgeries, implants and devices. But the fact is, a lot of what impacts your health and well-being are things you don't even think about much in a normal day. They're things you just DO, day in and day out, year in and year out, until they become a part of you.

We're talking about your habits...both health and safety-related. And because you do them so consistently, over such a long period of time, their influence on your well-being is a lot more profound than you may think
It has been estimated that up to 50% of deaths can be attributed to lifestyle; to daily habits in the areas of exercise, diet, smoking, drug and alcohol use, sexual behaviour, and seatbelt use.

You only have to change one habit at a time, and before you know it --- voila! A healthier new you!
And that's the really big news in health


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