One could be careful how he lives his life, crossing the road carefully and doing exercises, but something that would impact on his quality of life and make him not to live life to the fullest would be chronic and degenerative diseases. Chronic and degenerative diseases threaten one’s hope to live a vibrant and long life. No one should think that they are too young to have a degenerative disease. This is because these diseases take much time to develop. That means even at this moment, the initial stages might be in their bodies. The good news is that most chronic and degenerative diseases can be prevented. Using healthy lifestyle habits, one can prevent them. Therefore, one should use his youthful age in pursuing healthy lifestyles that would ensure he doesn’t encounter these diseases instead of thinking that they are invincible. The author has put together five foundational aspects of disease prevention in article to help his readers. The first is having diets that are not just quality but having high nutritional status. The second is that one should continuously check his insulin sensitivity in order to prevent diabetes and other related diseases. Other considerations can be found in the blog.
- When one leads a careful life, he expects to live long but yet he should note that chronic diseases could be there to shorten his life.
- Many persons think that they are young and should not be concerned about degenerative diseases but they have to note that these diseases take years to develop.
- A diet that is high in quality food might not be the best bet for having the daily nutrition that is required.
“Fortunately, most chronic diseases can be prevented through proper lifestyle habits, and the sooner you take action, the better. So instead of developing a false sense of invincibility based on what you can “get away” with as a thirtysomething, consider this stage of your life as an opportunity to identify and address concerns that might otherwise translate into a compromised and regretful future.”