Prevent disease through exercise.

Medications should always be a last resort. While medicines have many short-term benefits, they aren’t the right long-term solution. Exercising regularly works much better when it comes to preventing or treating most diseases.

Instructions

  1. Know your blood pressure and cholesterol levels.
    Get them checked immediately, and get a retest at least once per year to ensure that they are at normal and healthy levels.
  2. Make activity your first line of defense before resorting to medications.
    Exercise is a wonder drug that can’t be bottled. It can be used to alleviate chronic pain, depression, inflammation, and more. It can also help boost your metabolism and compensate for poor dietary choices.
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