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One of the goals or messages of life that society at times bombards us with is to enjoy the good life But what exactly does this mean What is the good life Do we focus on intellectual growth Spiritual Emotional Physical Or some other aspect that will lead us on that journey of self-fulfillment While an argument could easily be made for each of these components I will focus on our preoccupation at with that physical desire for perfection and the happiness derived from taking care of our physical needs Taking care of our physical needs often leads to a life of Good Health It appears that the more we take care of our bodies either by exercising diet or the proper combination of both the more apt we are to stay committed to this lifestyle Conversely those who tend to neglect their physical needs tend to experience more problems related to their health Some of these may include high blood pressure heart related ailments obesity eating disorders We must as a society look at our bodies as construction sites They are a work in progress We have the ability to mold and shape them We know what it feels like to be healthy We are in tune with our bodies Therefore when our body senses something is wrong such as an illness it becomes easily recognizable Once we understand this we can take steps to get healthy again We dont mistreat our bodies through the use of drugs alcohol or food intake In effect we reduce the probability of being sick We are less likely to get injured in sports because we know when our body is telling us to stop Elite athletes as well as the every day exerciser will rehabilitate their injury without further aggravating the ailment We treat our bodies as a mecca a well-oiled machine And we lubricate that machine with regular exercise and proper diet It
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