Prevention rather than cure – reap the well-being advantage
02 April, 2009 10:58
Article sponsored by William Russell
By Rosanna Turner, Marketing Manager, William Russell Limited
We all want to make the best of our health, but sometimes work pressures or the expatriate lifestyle can conspire against making the right decisions all the time. Most of us like a drink, eat the wrong foods, or take a taxi rather than walk and nobody likes to be lectured about their diet, smoking or drinking habits. Fortunately by combining regular medical health screening with sensible lifestyle choices it’s relatively straightforward to live a healthy life without adopting a completely monastic lifestyle.
The benefits of healthy living are clear. People who are fit and well suffer less stress and benefit from improved mental and physical performance. A healthy lifestyle can also help you to live longer, suffer fewer illnesses and avoid preventable diseases. (More)