Taking care of health is a part-time job, if not full. Thoughts?Jan 31
This relates to my previous post about my stomach hurting no matter what I eat.
I was researching online and realized taking care of my health is at least a part-time job. There are so many things I take care of (eating veggies and fruits, working out, avoiding deep fried, brushing twice a day, avoiding carbonated drinks... the list goes on). Yet there are always certain things I miss/will miss. Example - even after spending time on my body everyday, I may not have taken good care of my eyes/hair, or may not have maintained a good posture while working, or the crunches/squats I do may be slowly hurting my back/knees, or I may not be drinking enough water.
There are literally so many things to take care of, how do you guys manage? Is there a list of things I can do to stay healthy and age peacefully?
- Microsoft sumieMost of these things are done through pure habit assimilation. You use time to make it a habit, after that you no longer have to consider it a job. Most of these things are done sort of in the background of your life, like posture and diet.
- New / EngIMlP16moreKeep forming habits. Posture or anything else, if you repeat enough times becomes a habit you don't have to think about
- Microsoft sumieUsually a healthy person doesn't have to use that much time to make sure they keep on living without their bodies failing on them.