5 Healthy Habits That May Prevent Disease

 5 Healthy Habits That May Prevent Disease 

It has recently been suggested that we can prevent illness and enhance our overall health by incorporating these five simple habits into our every day routine.

1.       Use of low-dose aspirin on a daily basis.  Studies suggest that taking low-dose aspirin may reduce your risk of developing cancer; by as much as 23% in men and 25% in women (when taken daily over a three year period). Click Here for More Information
2.      Schedule regular visits with your primary care physician.  Primary care clinics are just as effective as weight loss centers and are actually better at reducing body fat so don’t forget to schedule that yearly check up. Click Here for More Information 
3.      Maintain a healthy smile.  Regular tooth scaling is associated with a decreased risk of myocardial infarction, stroke and total cardiovascular events. Click Here for More Information 
4.      Visit your acupuncturist or hypnotherapist.  Studies suggest that smokers who underwent hypnotherapy were 4.55 times more likely to quit smoking.  Individuals who underwent acupuncture were 3.53 times more likely to kick the nasty habit.Click Here for More Information 
5.      Eat fresh fish regularly.  Scientists in China have found that by consuming fish on a regular basis, the risk reduction for rectal cancer was as much as 21%.  Click Here for More Information 
“The best prevention from disease is paying attention to your body.” says Chun Shim, Workshop Trainer & Healer at Honor’s Haven Resort & Spa.  “Healthy diet habits, deep breathing, sound sleep, regular bowel movements and managing your stress and emotions are also extremely important habits that build the framework of a “Healthy Lifestyle”.”
If you or someone you know is looking for more information on improving health at the cellular level, healing both body and mind and discovering an improved lifestyle by incorporating simple tools that suit everyday life, contact the Wellness Center at Honor’s Haven Resort & Spa; (845) 210-3144, cshim@honorshaven.com