The health benefits of maintaining regular exercises are far and wide. When you remain physically active, you reduce your risks of chronic diseases like diabetes and cancer. Risks of heart disease come down as well, and life expectancy tends to be longer. But the question has always lingered about how much one needs to exercise to reap adequate health benefits.
Look around, you will find plenty of resources out there to help you replace the doctor with your good old self. There are TV shows, books, apps and all manner of self-proclaimed gurus with handy advice on self-doctoring. Well, you can look these up and decide whether doctoring yourself is something you may want to take up. And if you end up taking it up, remember it’s not a hobby, you’d be getting into serious stuff.
The Christmas and New Year festivities are now behind us. We are now back to the hustle and bustle of life, with great optimism for 2017. Not to be left behind is our kids, who are back to school this week after a well-deserved break. We have a duty to support our children’s educational endeavors, and strive to keep them in the best of health.