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Your mind matters.A negative mind will not yield a positive life. Your mind is one of your greatest assets, so don’t let it go to waste. Connect your mind to something meaningful and tackle things with small, actionable habits.Anyone can convince themselves to workout or read a book out of a moment’s motivation. However, motivation...
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Provided by: www.psychologytoday.com and www.forbes.com Loneliness is becoming a significant public health concern in the Western world. The ‘Cigna 2018 US Loneliness Index’ studied loneliness or social isolation among >20,000 adults in the US, and found that almost half of the adults feel ‘sometimes or always alone’.The study showed that one in 4 people in...
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Provided by: www.webmd.com and www.womenshealth.gov Heart Disease:Heart disease is the number one killer of women in the United States. Yet death in itself isn’t the biggest problem for women with heart disease. The real trouble is in premature death and disability, says Cindy Pearson, executive director of the National Women’s Health Network.“There are far too...
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Provided by: www.aarp.org, www.webmd.com, www.everydayhealth.com “Seventy percent of all age-related disease is related to lifestyle choices”,says Henry Lodge, M.D. Refuse to take it slow. “Getting old is no place for sissies.” – Betty Davis Stay active in physical fitness, socialization, and with taking care of yourself. Walking- It helps keep brain cells healthy by delivering...
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Provided by: www.livestrong.com and www.goodlifehealthclubs.com.au Health Going to the gym is good for your health and fitness! HEART- Exercising daily strengthens your heart and allows it to pump more efficiently with less strain. WEIGHT LOSS- Working out every day will help you control your weight. MENTAL- Being in contact with people on a regular basis...
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