You are as healthy as your habits: (Here’s why…)

To many the word ‘health’ refers to our immediate medical state, it is by definition: the state of being free from illness or injury. But apart from that, the way in which we manoeuvre our daily activities have only recently directed importance to the contribution of attaining long-term health. We’ve for many years associated the idea of good health with a more traditional notion of not being in pain of a physical form or plagued by a life-threatening disease and while this is true, with the advent of more thought-provoking medical research, experts explore the topic of habitual lifestyles as a measure of promoting overall good health, wellbeing – the paradox of topics that contribute to not only cases of diagnosis but of preventative self-care.

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