After getting hospitalized for a heart attack, this middle-aged man learned how he has damaged his life with damaging health habits, he stopped and saved his life.
We only live once yet we often forget our mortality. Health is precious and its value is usually ignored and we fall ill and have our state of health decline. Henry thought he was healthy –unwary of the upcoming crises he was about to face, he juggled jobs, ate in endless lists of fast food chains, chained smoked cigarette sticks and hated taking the stairs. His wife warned him the dangers of what his lifestyle has to offer but he did not take heed. One dreadful night, he woke up breathless, gasping for air –as if an elephant has sat on his chest. He was rushed to the emergency department and was diagnosed with a heart attack. He was hospitalized for weeks and was advised by his doctors to change his cause of ailment –his lifestyle.
What are some of the bad habits he discovered that have to be cut off to live longer? Here are some tips, devour food in quantities your body only require and do indulge too much in a deadly concoction of salt, sugar and preservatives –too much sugar in the diet predisposes individuals to Diabetes and Obesity, too much salt leads to high blood pressure and the preservatives found in food are risk factors for the development of cancer. Sleep –do not ignore the importance of sleep –it is the time when the body reboots and heals itself. Exercise –walk the stairs and jog to work instead of commuting. Studies show that a 30-minute walk at least 2 times per week could lessen cholesterol levels. Do not smoke when you have not yet started to –thousands of chemicals are found in a single stick, smoking is slowly committing suicide. Henry is now up and about and feels like his back in prime with a twist.