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Ten Health Tips

 

   

Good health saves money—lots of it—even if you have all major medical expenses covered. Most of us can easily do more to improve our health.  

 

Of course, much sickness cannot be prevented; I don’t see how I could have avoided getting celiac disease, for example. Furthermore, it takes time to bounce back after illness.  Currently I’m still struggling to get my strength and energy back and the process is frustratingly slow.

 

Even so, there are some basic principles that will make a huge difference to anyone’s health.   Here they are, not in order of importance. 

 

  1. Eat well.
  2. Be active.
  3. Sleep enough.
  4. Eat breakfast.
  5. Drink water.
  6. Keep your brain active.
  7. Be involved with others.
  8. Have good posture.
  9. Rejoice and be thankful.
  10. Pray.

 

(I am always struck by the fact that half of them are related to a Christian lifestyle.)

 

For more tips, see Canada Girl’s Tightwad Tuesday   and Being Frugal’s Tightwad Tuesday.

 

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  1. proverbsmama says:

    Very wise advice. I noticed that when I'm working in ER, I tend to get a lot more exercise because the patients don't come to you to get registered. YOU go to THEM. That is one of the nice things about being down there — extra exercise, of which I don't get nearly enough.

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