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Health Is Wealth – How True Is This Statement?

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We often hear this saying: health is wealth. For a long time I did not understand the meaning of this statement. Or should I say that I had only a superficial understanding of this message. I recently went to a doctor’s office for a consultation. This doctor had made several interesting statements about health. One of them said: Wealth cannot buy health. But health can buy wealth. How true! In this context, health can be compared to wealth. We can say that good health is the foundation on which our lives are built. Obviously, if the foundation is weak, the building will collapse.

In other words, health can be viewed as an asset that we own. We may have many assets like a house, a car, investments, etc. But health is the most precious of all. The other assets will be useful to us only when the asset called health is healthy. There is a saying in Tamil, one of the ancient languages ​​of India (and the world) that says you can only paint if there is a wall (to paint on). We have millionaires and billionaires in this world whose health conditions do not allow them to taste the food they love or travel to the places they would like to visit. On the other hand, a poor man with a limited income can enjoy his favorite foods if he keeps himself healthy.

But the amazing thing is that many people neglect to take care of their health. We tend to take things for granted when things are going well. We will only take care of everything if there is a problem. Maintaining good health is very important and if you don’t do this you can end up with problems. Getting treatment to cure an illness is something that is forced upon us when we fail to do things to maintain our health. The saying “prevention is better than cure” applies to health better than to any other situation.

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What can you do to stay healthy? If you do three things, your life will become easier.

1) Control your diet: A controlled diet does not mean restricting food. It simply means focusing on what you eat. It is possible to eat healthy and still eat well. Be sure to include certain foods and limit certain other foods. You can consult a nutritionist or nutritionist, or consult many books and websites on the subject.

2) Keep Fit: You can keep fit by doing some exercises regularly. When you make exercise a part of your life, you don’t have to be forced to do certain exercises after encountering a problem.

3) Get regular check-ups: A system of regular medical check-ups keeps you informed about your health. Depending on your health condition, you can take preventive measures. Incipient problems can be recognized early and treated easily by opting for regular check-ups.

Thanks to Parthasarathy Rengaswami

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