Maintaining Your Health
What you eat, how often you exercise, and whether you get regular checkups have an effect on the quality of your life. Good health comes from a combination of genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors.
Staying Healthy. Your day-to-day activities and habits have a major impact on your body and mind. Even small changes can influence your health significantly.
Eating for Life. A good diet improves health.
Choosing a good balance of nutritious foods and
eating moderately is a key to maintaining a healthy body and weight.
Keeping Strong, Fit, and Active. Cardiovascular exercises and strength training are essential to physical well-being. Exercising regularly will help you stay healthy and independent.
Maintaining Mental Fitness. Good mental health is as important as physical fitness—and it’s essential to your well-being. Knowing how the brain works and how to improve your mental health will give you the tools to stay sharp.
Creating Your Health Care Team. You will get better health care if you know what you want and seek it out. With information and resources, you can work with your health care providers to make informed choices and take control of your care.
Finding Nontraditional Paths to Health. Nontraditional therapies and healing practices are increasingly popular additions to conventional care. You need good information to make wise and informed choices.
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