Four Things to Promote Great Health

Many people often say that a doctor cured them. Is it possible that some one actually cured them? Can a doctor really cure anyone?

If that were the case then the miracle that occurred would be published world-wide and the person that was responsible for curing would be famous and probably rich. I’m not trying to diminish the good works of doctors because they can and do play an important role in the healing process. It is well-known that in America, we have the best emergency medical treatment in the world. Even so, are doctors the reason for the cure?

When doctors go on strike in the U.S. and other countries, death rates go down. It has been proven that hospitals can be extremely unsanitary and that drugs can put you in the grave or makes you very ill.

So how can are people cured? The answer is simple and perhaps obvious. The body cures itself. It was designed by our God to heal itself and it works wonderfully well. Sometimes, the body needs help and when it needs help, frequently we go to a doctor.

In general, when a person who is in great health has a problem, they have a much better chance of helping the body to cure quickly. Those who do not take care of themselves normally take longer in the process of healing.

I try to take care of myself daily. That does not mean that I always do the things I should, but my focus is on great health. Because of that, I normally heal quickly.

No one can cure you. Your body is designed to cure itself and occasionally it needs help. In times of a crisis, doctors can do great things for you. To assist in the healing process and to speed it up, you need good health. Generally speaking, when you have good health it is because of choices you have made along the way. Don’t look for the magic pill. It does not exist. Great health is built one day at a time and is something work on every day.

Here are some things you can do:

  1. Nutrition: The old saying that you are what you eat is true. If you don’t eat a balanced diet, over time it will take its toll on your body. Just like a car, it needs the right fuel.
  2. Exercise: Racing to the refrigerator does not qualify as exercise. You need to develop a routine that you follow at least 3 times or more each week. You should have at least 30 minutes of aerobic exercise each time.
  3. Vitamins and Supplements: Most people don’t have the opportunity to eat a balanced diet daily. If you are in that crowd, be sure to at least take a good multiple vitamin daily. Other vitamins may be necessary based on your individual needs and habits.
  4. Rest: Without proper rest your body will eventually run down. Our bodies can take a lot of abuse, but there comes a time when it has to have rest. The better way is to give it the proper rest of about 8 hours every day.

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