7 Health Benefits of Self Care

      Self care is the number one deciding factor in the success of any weight loss journey.  When you make self care a priority, you are able to be more present with yourself and those around you.

     Our country is facing a heavy loss in the the battle against weight – once considered to be a symptom of lethargy but now all considered an epidemic as one of the most common diagnosis in America. Diabetes is out of control and was preventable in most cases. As of this writing, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), more than 34 million Americans have diabetes, and 1 in 5 do not even know it. Furthermore, more than 88 million adults have prediabetes. And eight out of ten people don’t even realize they have a problem until it’s too late. This is a problem that is nowhere near under control. None of us are immune to these health risks without practicing self control and self care.

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     With a dedication to take care of yourself, you’ll spend less time worrying about how to take care of yourself and more time doing things that make you happy. This allows your loved ones to count on you more, which means they’ll have one less thing to worry about. Self-care has been shown to have the following benefits in a number of studies:

Increased productivity as we learn to say “no” to the things that don’t matter and focus on the things that do.

Self-care goes a long way toward reducing burnout, particularly among women. Because you’re not working as hard, you’ll experience less tension and worry.

Your immunity and overall health will improve (due to this reduction stress.)

Because you’re taking the time to explore new things, you’ll have a better grasp of what makes you “tick.”

Increased gratitude for what you have in life and increased positive thoughts.

Increased self-esteem as a result of the opportunity to focus on your essential principles and why.

You’ll be in better physical shape since you’ll have more time to devote to developing good workout routines.

     Self care is the imperfect practice of taking care of yourself so that you are able to be the best version of you. It takes practice, patients, and persistence. Take charge of your own mental and physical health, do what makes you happy, and indulge in living your life while it is yours to live. Self-care means taking time out for yourself, making sure that you are not just going through the motions of your life without a motive.

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