Wanting to help people, no matter the situation, is in our nature. The most important thing when helping others is to be sure and contribute in a way that enables them to ultimately help themselves.
This page is dedicated to a running list of of the #1 health tips from each expert that I interview for Why Am I Unhealthy along with other health gurus and bloggers from around the world. Each time I have an interaction with somebody regarding health, I simply ask them their #1 Health Tip and why…
So I ask you now – are you at the top of your health game? Even if you’re not sick, what does your body need in order to be optimally healthy? Making your own Diagnosis and writing your own Prescription isn’t just for sick people. It’s for healthy people who want to become superhuman.
This list is constantly updated and I encourage YOU to get involved and contribute as well. If you have a great health tip that you want to share with the world please do! Simply submit your #1 Health tip in the contact form below.
If you have any questions, concerns or 2 cents regarding any of these tips, definitely be sure to leave us a comment below.
Without further ado, I’m pleased to present….
My Number 1 Health Tip
Remain active in mind, body and spirit. If you’re not moving and using your brain, you’re just going to decay. ~Joe Cohen, Selfhacked.com
Follow your bliss. Allow the river of life to carry you, but carry you in such a way that it’s a peaceful journey, one that doesn’t afford too much resistance in the way of fighting against the current. Have full trust in your canoe and enjoy the ride and you’re going to be healthy. ~Elliott Hulse, HulseStrength.com
Learn to stretch when you first wake up. It boosts circulation, digestion, and eases back pain. ~ Rick Burton PTA M.S. (Exercise Science)
Prevent low blood sugar. Low blood sugar is a guaranteed way to get stressed out. ~Sharon Connel COTA
Stretch away your tense spots. I have long used yoga poses called the Cat and Cow for the occasional mild backache. ~Andrew Weil, M.D.
Keep Moving. Putting your body in motion is the best way to stay in motion. Helps maintain a higher quality of life. ~Doug Fioranelli, RiseAboveStrength.com
Get physical exercise at least 5 times a week and keep it fresh. In order to be truly health you must remain consistent with your physical exercise just as you should with your nutrition and the only way to do this is by making it enjoyable for yourself. ~Jared Enderton, Pro Weightlifter & Strength Coach, JaredEnderton.com
Happy people are usually healthier. Focus on the things that make you happy every single day. Experience and feelings are engrained in neurons and the goal in life for everybody no matter the external motives is to be happy. ~Luka Hocevar, Vigor Ground Fitness
Stay dedicated and consistent. Dedication and consistency are the two most important factors in achieving and maintaining great health. ~Matthew Tilford, Matthew Tilford.com