For many people, making poor health choices is a habit that can be very hard to break. The temptations themselves, whether in the form of too much fat, salt, sugar, alcohol, tobacco or anything else, are of course difficult to avoid. Additionally, it can feel pointless to try to change once you have already damaged your health. But, you can begin to undo some of this damage once you change your habits.
Throughout my career as a professional health care provider I have often been asked if the damage caused from personal neglect of ones health can be reversed.
My answer depends upon the circumstances surrounding each individual case. However, according to what the research and my experience has indicated, some people can indeed reverse some or all of the damage done by poor health choices they made in the past.
I have seen smokers, people who were overweight and obese, and others who battled through addictions and chronic disease turn their health and lives around by taking action to inflict the type of change required to overcome their unique circumstances.
According to some new research conducted by Dr. Bonnie Spring from Northwestern University in Chicago, those with poor health caused by poor health choices have been given renewed hope that their poor health can be circumvented by the …
The study suggests that the healthy lifestyle choices that we are all encouraged to make – things like keeping to a healthy weight, exercising regularly, and avoiding smoking and excessive alcohol – can reduce the pressure on the heart caused by stress at work. If you have a stressful job, by thinking about your lifestyle you could be doing your heart a big favor.
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