us are used to what professional call "the medical
approach". You have a problem, you go see a
doctor, get a diagnosis and go from there.
Living well and staying healthy, even in the presence
of an already diagnosed condition, involves so much
more. We work at prevention by
weather-proofing our homes, changing the oil in the
car, tuning the motor, changing tires before we skid
even checking the "Best Before Dates" on the
Yet, when it comes to our health, we wait until the
warning light comes on and we often ignore that too!
Contrary to some popular myth, it doesn't have to be
looked at as "one more thing I should do".
Small changes make for big differences.
Sometimes, the results are seen right away.
More often, some will take a while to bear results.
All of those can be worked into existing lifestyles
to help those changes have more opportunity for
success...and not just for now but as a sustained
effort for permanent change.
Adults don't do well being lectured...not sure
anyone does! So, Linda's approach helps with
small steps and building on those successes.
Lifestyle, according to the research, either
contributes to or detracts from our health - whether
physical, emotional, psychological or spiritual.
It is often difficult to see where one stops and
another begins. We are complicated characters
and the Mind-Body connection cannot be ignored.
In fact, this can be one of our best tools.
Other aspects that affect our health is where we
live, how we live, our educational
background, genetics, resilience and who we use as
role models. Our values, beliefs and, where
present, our faith play major roles in how we live,
work and play.
If you don't feel like you're in the driver's seat
in your own life, then the time is now to explore
Make the decision to find your own best self.
What ARE you waiting for?