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Staying Well Beats Getting Better

Medical studies show that many chronic diseases are caused by how you live.  But little things can help you avoid getting ill or can help you get better.  Key lifestyle modifications include eating a diet of healthy fruits and vegetables, refraining from smoking, getting moderate exercise of at least 30 minutes per day, and sleeping 7-8 hours a night. The next time you visit your primary care physician, ask about these tips:

  • Nutrition – to help you avoid diabetes, heart disease, cancer, or help overcome diseases you already have
  • Physical Activity - Use it or lose it is still accurate. Learn how a little exercise can go a long way.
  • Weight Loss – it’s not just exercise or how much you eat.  Ask how to lose weight in a healthy, sustainable way.
  • Sleep – Poor habits can bring on disease and obesity.  Ask about ways to get better zzz’s.
  • Tobacco – a tough habit, but your doctor can help you break it once and for all.
  • Alcohol – learn what can be helpful, and what is harmful.
  • Stress – learn ways to control stress and avoid making yourself sick.

Talk to your doctor and pick up your prescription for lifestyle changes that can help save your life!

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