Health is Not a Compromiseable Thing Why You Should Always Put Your Health First


Many people think that being healthy means living life on the ‘skinny side’ or depriving yourself of foods that are delicious but may not be the healthiest choice, like bacon and fried chicken. While it’s true that these kinds of foods aren’t the best for your body, you shouldn’t have to feel like you can never eat them again if you don’t want to; instead, you can find ways to eat healthier versions of these foods while still enjoying them.

Starting your day with coffee

I’m starting my day with coffee. I know this sounds like the opposite of what you should do, but it’s true. I’ve found that when I drink coffee in the morning, I feel more focused and productive for the rest of the day. This has been especially helpful on days where my to-do list is longer than usual or when I have a ton of meetings back-to-back. Plus, it’s just really nice to start my day with some caffeine (espresso, not drip) and some routine instead of feeling rushed and frazzled at first thing in the morning. Nowadays, I can’t imagine life without my iced espresso in the morning.

Leaving the dishes until later

You might think that it doesn’t matter if you leave the dishes until later, but that’s not always true. For example, if you’re sick and have been staying home from work for a few days, then leaving the dishes will make it more difficult for you to get back on your feet. If you’re not feeling well and are trying to conserve energy, then leaving the dishes can be an even bigger problem because it means more work for someone else when they come over to help out. Putting off the dishes also means putting off other things like emptying out the trash or taking out the garbage. This can lead to problems with pests or smells since those things accumulate quickly when left unattended. When there’s no one around to deal with them, this can create a dangerous environment where bacteria and mold may spread. In addition, those bugs could crawl their way into our food and make us sick. What’s worse than coming down with the flu? It could be something much worse like E coli or Legionnaire’s disease.

A little candy before dinner

There are times in life when we need to make compromises. We work hard and spend long hours with the hopes of one day being able to enjoy the fruits of our labor. But that doesn’t mean we should put our health on the back burner. In fact, your physical health should be your first priority and not something you compromise on. Here are some reasons why:

-Maintaining a healthy lifestyle decreases your chances of developing chronic diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, cancer, and others.

-A healthy diet will help boost immunity and improve cognitive function in addition to reducing stress levels.

-Eating healthier can provide better sleep patterns which lead to better moods and increased productivity during waking hours. -It’s also important to get enough exercise which improves blood flow throughout the body and promotes more efficient breathing. Maintaining good physical health may seem like an inconvenience at times but it’s essential for improving other areas of your life. It’s easy to overindulge or skip workouts when things get busy but don’t let that happen! Remember how important it is to take care of yourself so you’re there for those who love you and those who depend on you.

Turning off your electronics at night

Everyone knows that electronics can be bad for your sleep, but did you know that it can also affect your health? The blue light from screens tricks your brain into thinking that it’s daytime, which can disrupt your body’s natural sleep cycle and lead to insomnia. Plus, the bright light from screens can hurt your eyes and make you more prone to headaches. For these reasons and more, it’s important to turn off your electronics at night. I’ve found that turning off my phone by 10 pm helps me feel more relaxed and avoid the temptation to scroll through social media or check my email before bedtime. It also gives me time to read a book before dozing off.

And when I wake up in the morning, it feels refreshing knowing that I won’t have any notifications waiting for me on my phone! Turning off my phone has made a huge difference in how well I sleep and how rested I feel during the day. There are many other ways to protect yourself against technology-induced stress, including placing your devices on airplane mode during dinner so you don’t get distracted with texts coming in or getting outside instead of looking at Instagram all day long! As Dr. Jordan J Ravin puts it, life will happen; now how will you react?

Daydreaming instead of exercising

Daydreaming about getting in shape or writing that novel you’ve been meaning to start can seem like an easy way to avoid the unpleasantness of exercising. But, those daydreams can easily turn into reality if you consistently put your health first. If you’re feeling unmotivated, focus on the benefits that exercise will provide instead of focusing on the work it takes to get there. For example, if your goal is to lose weight, think about how much more healthy and energetic you’ll feel after shedding a few pounds. If your goals are more fitness-based, think about how good it will feel when your muscles have fully developed and you’re able to do things like push-ups without any difficulty. The same goes for other types of goals – just keep picturing what life will be like when you accomplish them. It’s hard to resist when you know the payoff will be so great.

Since we’re only human and want instant gratification, this might not always be enough but take some time out every day to remind yourself of why this is so important to you. When we understand the bigger picture behind why we want something, our motivation increases because it becomes less about us as individuals and more about our future selves who need this now!

Trying to always please others, including yourself

For those of us who have been conditioned to believe that we need to put others first, it can be difficult to remember that our health should always come before anything else. We often forget that we are not just the person who has a disease or chronic illness but we’re also the one with the power to make changes. We need to take care of ourselves so that we can take care of everyone around us. This blog post will help you develop good self-care habits and show you how they can affect your life both now and in the future. Start by getting out there and making new friends. These relationships will teach you important skills that help maintain mental well being while also increasing social support networks.

Secondly, eat well! Pay attention to what food gives your body what it needs so that you don’t feel deprived while still taking care of yourself at the same time. Drink plenty of water and get enough sleep so that your body feels rested. Give up bad habits like smoking cigarettes, drinking alcohol excessively, and using recreational drugs. All these things harm the body internally which can lead to other more serious illnesses down the line as well as keep people from staying active because it’s too hard on their bodies. Lastly, exercise regularly for 20 minutes each day to keep muscles strong and joints lubricated which makes physical activity easier on your joints down the line when you might have arthritis.

Finding excuses not to make time for exercise.

It’s so easy to find excuses not to make time for exercise. I’m too busy, I don’t have the energy, it’s too expensive. If you can relate to any of these excuses, then this post is for you.

1) I don’t have time. If this sounds like you then try looking at things from a different perspective. There are 168 hours in a week and if you were to take an hour out of your day and use that time for physical activity what would happen? Well, obviously you would have more free time! Think about how you could spend that extra hour every day on something else – sleeping or studying or working or cooking dinner. Remember, as much as we hate it, the only thing guaranteed in life is change. Time always passes whether we like it or not and spending time on fitness will save us time in the long run because we’ll be healthier which means we’ll need less sleep, our stress levels will be lower, we won’t get sick as often (or at all), etc. Think about how much happier you will be when you do finally put aside some time for fitness because even if there are days when life gets crazy and all your plans go awry there will always be one thing that doesn’t change: yourself. What better person to put first than yourself?