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HEALTH IS THE ONLY HEAL



We have all heard about many people facing diseases like diabetes, heart attack, cancer, obesity, and the list goes on. Scientists believe that consuming junk food frequently, switching to digitalized facilities, and becoming more and lazier to walk to the supermarket nearby is the power reason behind this mess.



What does a healthy person do?

If a person is healthy, he will be fit enough to carry out his chores/job/activity briskly without needing to sit down every once in a while and will have an appetizing and wholesome diet not comprising junk food. A physically steady human eats food with the correct proportion of vitamins minerals, proteins, carbohydrates, and fats in various forms. Junk food like burgers, pizza, waffles, and fries must not be eaten often.


What do I do if a want to stay fit?

Exercising and spending time in nature also counts if you want to be fit! Exercise in any form-walking, running, playing a sport helps your body to circulate blood around so you have enough energy to work. It also stimulates breathing and so it keeps your heart healthy. Likewise, when you spend time in nature, you gain fresh air and find peace which assists your brain to keep you ready for the next day.


Why should you stay healthy?

Staying healthy is not an option if you want to live long enough to settle on Mars. Good health had an excellent immune system to fight back to diseases and be fresh enough to finish your daily goals. If you are fit the chances of a contactable disease spreading in your body is close to zero. So, health prevents us from suffering and lets us live longer.


Does mental health count too?

Mental health is not any less important than being physically fit and maybe the reason for many illnesses today. Our whole body is connected and interwoven in a way that our feelings and emotions are connected to. The brain is an important organ in our body. When the brain is ill, it is not isolated in just the brain, but instead affects the whole body and the overall wellness.