I had a client come in to see me the other day. This fellow is a high paid lawyer who works for the upper echelons on Parliament Hill here in Ottawa, Ontario. And when you work for the powers that be, whether in the Prime Minister’s office or one of the mandarins, you have to produce.
And you have to be sharp! Like a razor blade, your mind has to be functioning with all cylinders firing.
And here was this fellow telling me that he couldn’t focus. “I can read the same page over and over again and …
When it comes to our health, we like to think that we are in control. And if we are not in control, a quick visit to our family doctor will put it back into our control. Once person I was working with recently told me, completely serious when he said this, I’m in great health! When I asked him if he were on any medications, he then listed one drug after the other. He was on a drug for his high cholesterol. “But as long as I take the drug, I’m just fine”, he said. And then he told me about the drug he was taking for his high blood pressure. And the drug he was taking for his blood sugar. And that his diet was working well, that he had lost 5 pounds over the last 3 months (he weights almost 300 pounds). He seriously thought he was in great health, that he had everything under control.
Makes me wonder how many other people think that they …
So here it is: “A new poll of 7,600 men has found that half of men would dump their girlfriend if she gained weight, according to the Vancouver Sun.”
We all want to feel great and look great. And as we age, it seems that we need to pay more and more attention to ourselves. If you don’t, sooner or later it will catch up to you and you will pay the price. The price of neglect has been told to us over and over again. Saying such as “a stitch in time saves nine” and “an ounce or prevention is worth a pound of cure” show that taking care of ourselves while we still have our health is ancient knowledge.
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As we get into our 40′s and older, our bodies just don’t seem to keep up like they used to. In fact, we start going downhill even in our 30′s. We just
start to realize it in our 40′s. Vision not quite as good as it once once, hearing not quite as sharp. And your verve, your zest for life isn’t quite what it used to be.
It seems that even though we are trying to do everything we can to stay young, we are aging. What’s going on?
Some us take multivitamins to stay healthy. And others run or jog religiously, all to stay young. But it doesn’t work. Arthritis, mood changes, loss of libido and even depression