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The lifestyle that will be discussed in this paper is one of a healthy person who exercises regularly to maintain both physical and mental strength The benefits of this lifestyle are to maintain good health in order to excel in the future Excelling in the field of policing and the area of corrections One must give up certain luxuries in life one must exercise regularly and one must eat healthyTo be a healthy person one must exercise on a regular basis and maintain a healthy diet One must not subject oneself to all the luxuries of life like going out every night and partying to the wee hours of the morning When people go out and party all night long and partake in miscellaneous activities such as drinking and doing drugs your health becomes a risk Peoples bodies are subject to abuse from all the alcohol Alcohol is good for you if it is used in moderate proportions Its the overuse of alcohol that kills your livers and gives you that glum feeling Everyone knows that it is not a wise chose to drink excessive amounts of alcohol because of the side effects it has on your body The benefits that one would receive if alcohol were only drunk in moderate proportions would be phenomenal No one in the world likes the feeling of a hangover Waking up to a pounding headache only to have to go and visit your favourite friend the porcelain bowl Getting ridiculously drunk has no place in the life of a healthy person Its one of those things that you should give up if you are in the field of policing and corrections Alcohol causes you stress as well as a lot of other side effects on your body and mind Drugs are definitely not a good chose if you are entering the field of policing This is something that everyone entering policing should avoid all together The drug world
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