I believe Americans need a new way of thinking about life. Look where our current ideas on the subject have come from – we are the last of the 17 most developed countries in the world in all important health indicators. It’s hard to believe but it’s true: we end up in a lifetime; we have high rates of obesity, infant mortality, low birth weight, heart disease, diabetes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, homicide rates, teen pregnancy, and sexually transmitted diseases.
The lead author of the Institute of Medicine, NIH, which sponsored the study, revealed that “Americans are sicker, die faster and have more injuries than people in any other high-income country.” (This is a quote from the report.) He then added the coup de grace: “We are amazed at the trend of the negative side – the magnitude of the problem covers all ages, from children to adults, men, and women, all sections of society. If we fail to do something, life expectancy will continue. and children will experience higher rates of illness than do those in other countries. ”
Two Ways to Think About Health
I believe Americans don’t care too much about their health. These actions require planning and student planning. Examples include regular physical activity, diet and nutrition without problems, and proper, active behavior.
The quality of life you will enjoy is clearly influenced by your choice of lifestyle. Your health depends largely on whether or not you put it in your well-being. If you make little or no investment, your health will depend on the chances, genetics, aging process, and timely quality of medical care you receive.
If, on the other hand, you invest, if you want, you protect and defend the state of development, the state of health that you will have will be very different – and much better.
Therefore, we need to distinguish between these two types of health conditions – one artificial, one functional.
The Institute of Health reports that America ends up showing that part of America doing nothing. If a small percentage of Americans who practice active living were separated, if their health information were compiled and compared, I am sure we would be # 1.
For these and other related reasons, I suggest that we look at life in two different ways – by making a distinction between stationary life – which is how most people view and care about their health, and the health they have experienced. Lastly, what you get when you invest wisely in your well-being.
It is a lifestyle I call REAL wellness.
Currently Visual Life
The WHO definition of health is absurd (no one, not even the most dedicated, enjoys “perfect physical, mental and social health,” at least not every day). Most think about life in the highest way. Most think that they can be healthy if they do not get sick. This is sad. It is equivalent to not requiring immediate medical attention. Such reasoning is a prophecy that fulfills itself. It means that being unhealthy is the best thing you can trust. This is a stereotype of health and should be changed and at least aligned with another, comparative view of those Americans who are willing to do their part. That can be achieved in life.
I think we need ideas about life that remind people of an important truth, that is, that inactivity does not work well, is not desirable, does not protect or reward us as a dynamic state of health. We should all know that a stable life, the automatic setting you get just for you and doing nothing special to improve health, can be encouraged and encouraged.
Using a word like the life you have earned can remind people that life can be more than just not getting sick. A life-acquired name can indicate the attainment of a rich standard of living. It can remind everyone that the best life is beyond standing. Life is a dynamic state; it gets better with effort, worse if ignored.
Acquired health represents a higher standard of health. Acquired health is more ambitious and more relevant to real mental health and lifestyle than normal health such as not being ill.
Static / Earned Health Continuum
This continuation is one way to highlight Dr. John Travis’ original health model, which goes on and on, “premature death” on the left side of his progression) and the dynamic “higher health” on the other hand, the extreme right. The middle “0” represents a neutral point, which may be a simple illness.
Static / Earned Health Continuum
-10 ______________ 0 ______________ +10
Life experience is what happens from a neutral point to a + 10 point. Everyone goes on a continuum of this kind of thinking every day because life is dynamic, constant, and constant. By living wisely and morally upright, we improve the state of health rather than allowing the state of health to be determined over time (i.e., the aging process, opportunity, medical intervention, circumstances, and events.
This continues to be an easy way to express the fundamental truth that a prosperous life is changing largely as a result of our efforts to improve and protect our health; stagnant life, on the other hand, is affected by what happens to you.
In this way, Drs. Travis constantly expands his original model. You can watch the latest program and learn more to continue here. A related building that will be of interest to health enthusiasts is the Dr. Travis Wellness Energy System.
Acquired health is not determined or improved through medical interventions. Strong life, i.e., life by continuing from the center to the left of the continuum, is strongly influenced.
Road to REAL Wellness
In order to be healthy in the sense that it is up to us, it is up to us to do something to move on the right side of moving forward.
Failure to appreciate a different health environment, acquired static, in part causes why America may receive so much medical care but be unhappy with the high standard of health. After all, modern medicine is a good thing but there are two problems: people expect too much from them and too little from them.
Understanding the difference between active and passive life can motivate people to do nothing – to recognize the need and value of real Wellness lifestyles.
Here is a myth to highlight the limitations of drugs to increase health status in relation to our moral strength.
Imagine a world where everyone has luxury cars – they are expensive and easily replaced. In this mythical world, everyone gets free unlimited free quality care, with all the drugs they need and there are highly skilled torture groups set up at every crossroads. The thing is, people in this mythical world can do whatever they want – there are no rules governing car safety. Everyone walks beyond speed limits, with no seat belts, no airbags, and no stop signs, road signs, or traffic rules. One more thing – the brakes are not yet fully developed.
Translation of Myth
Major developments in the mythical society would not have followed the introduction of more doctors, hospitals, drugs, or trauma groups. Changes in the culture and behavior of drivers, on the other hand, can go a long way in promoting a healthy society.
Changes in lifestyle are the key to better health outcomes in the real world, especially in our country. We have a great health care system – now we need smart people who make wise life decisions that make life not only healthier but more rewarding, more satisfying, and more appealing. We need to help people understand that life is not just a matter of life: Acquired life offers a lot.