Are all 1960 Ford Fairlane Cars Alike?
Yes…in the beginning.
The two cars in this picture started out the same. They’re both still existing, but you can see one is in much better shape than the other. Why? One has been maintained, one hasn’t. How about you? Are you maintaining yourself? How long do you think you will live? Do you ever think about how long your body will last and, more importantly, what you must do to increase your statistical chances?
Degeneration is the state or process of being or becoming degenerate; in decline or deterioration. It may not be symptomatic, but the process continues. It doesn’t matter if we are talking about conditions related to spine, brain, cardiovascular, or gut.
On September 4, 1961, Congress passed the Foreign Assistance Act, a Cold War Act (among many other measures) which prohibited aid to Cuba and authorized the President to impose a complete trade embargo against Cuba. This meant no more American made cars were being shipped to Cuba. The Cubans were forced to take care of and maintain what they had because no more were coming from us. We here in the States have developed an attitude that everything is disposable because we can get the new model next year.
Hope vs. Fear
Hope is the desire that everything will be okay and, especially in situations of war, likely gets you killed. Fear, on the other hand, requires you to take action to avoid an unpleasant outcome. Unlike a lot of other things, our bodies are not disposable. We cannot just get a new body when this one wears out. It is in our best interests to take action before symptoms have a chance to appear.
So in addition to getting proper sleep, exercise and nutrition, what else can be done?
2 Steps to Take:
- Schedule a RIGHT EYE vision test and CAPS computerized balance evaluation at our office. Let’s check the health of your brain and get you going on some brain exercises to do what we can to help keep your brain healthy. Read more about brain exercises, and how they can help your brain in regards to mental health.
- Schedule annual blood work either with your MD or our office to determine what steps to take to improve your health. Your blood does not lie; let’s take a look and see what’s going on. If your blood looks great, that’s awesome. If something is missing, let’s fix it.
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Treating the root cause of your condition, not just your symptoms, is the fastest way to recovery and is the best way to obtain optimal health and wellness.