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Thursday, August 16, 2012

Healthy living makeovers

By Camri Lushio

Have you ever been told you look so young for your age, or do people ask you if those kids, (your children) are your grandchildren? How old do you look? Many people think when you get older it's the wrinkles or grey hair that determine your age, however I beg to differ, if you have good posture, glowing skin, and take care of your self you can look 5 to 10 years younger, wrinkles or not.

To be honest it took two more night of swimming, gymnastics, and some beach volley ball and a stomach ache to get me off the couch and to the gym. Believe it or not the gym was busier than usual, and all 25 TV's had the Olympics on, patrons were glued to the treadmills, bikes, and elliptical machines; (I've often wondered if the Olympics stir people into action). My dear friend Sandy has a daughter in gymnastics and mentions that her gym doubles it's attendance around Olympic time. It's no wonder, don't they inspire us all!

Are you ever too old to exercise ? NO! Every body needs exercise; your body is meant to be moved and actually enjoys being pushed. Physical therapists often are surprised how quickly a body can repairs its' self. "Exercise is medicine, and has often been called the fountain of youth", says Kent Phillips a physical therapist in Florida. It has been shown that if you give your body resistance it gets stronger, if you stretch, your body becomes more pliable, when you add aerobic fitness, your endurance improves and your cardiovascular system improves. An article in the Journal of the American Medical Association stated, "There is no drug in current or prospective use that holds as much promise for sustained health as a lifetime program of physical exercise."

How much exercise a person needs or what type of exercise would best to create fast results depends on each individual person; with a medical professional each person interested in changing the way they feel should have a consultation to discuss the families health history, habits, and any current medications the patient might be on, then a plan can be set forward. With guidance from a medical professional you not only have the best plan conformed to your needs but you also have a support group which can become very valuable when big changes are needing to be made; such as that of trying to quit smoking, or losing weight. Sara Meyer of Florida worked within a group of medical professionals receiving classes that taught her how to cook and eat healthier , "I learned what my body actually needs, and was given the incentive to try different things." Sara says. Group classes keep health care costs down and are a great way to share ideas, however if you prefer one-on-one counseling is also available.

Stress, our fast paced way of life, pollution, and fast food all have taken a heavy toll on our bodies, while we can not undo some of the damage our bodies have incurred due to habits such as smoking or our environment we can undo the habits of unhealthy choices that have lead to a sedentary life, or our unhealthy food choices.

It is never too late to be young again; however it will take more than a magic pill, or surgery. To make true and lasting changes in your life you first have to have a true desire to change, and second you have to put it into action. Look for a health professional in your area and start getting healthy today and watch the years disappear.

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