Health Is Wealth


Health is wealth has become a bookish concept, due to a drastic change in lifestyle. But we have to take our lives seriously now. This life of packed foods and technology friendly life makes us lazy. Physical activity is somewhere has been lacking in our lives. No one is happy whether a toddler, students, adult, youngsters, parents or old age people. Everyone is seriously in deep trouble.


But why this is happening?

Are we becoming less tolerable, we are losing patience?

Yes, we are becoming less tolerable this fast track life making us patience-less and testing our mental stigma. We often see small children of age 2-3 years are busy with tablets and phones. They are not even eat anything without these gadgets. We always cry that park in our societies are getting wash away. It’s a normal scene in the parks that many adults gather there and they play only on mobiles. We have become so much social that before eating we click the pic of what we are eating, just to show to the world that what we are eating. We invite the world to sneak peak in our private life.

The importance of health has always taught us in elementary education. Earlier were days when physical activities are the most liked and trending activities of every child. Going to the park and playing cricket and other outdoor games, meeting people and spending time with them, walking down to nearby places for some household chores etc.  were the golden days of our childhood. Today’s generation is only growing up.  Then we used to have ample amount of time irrespective of our studies and tuition and classes reason being our hands were free.  Now our hands have been handcuffed by the MOBILE. The mobile got smart, but our brain stopped the mental activity.

Earlier we used to remember the birthday’s and mobile numbers of our friends and relatives but now we saved it in mobile. Nowadays we hardly remember the numbers. The lifespan of a person has been reduced a lot. Earlier people used to live for a long time reason being they have done lots of physical activities in their lifetime which paying them now. Technology has evolved, and it has taken the driver seat of our lives and made us its slaves.

According to the World Health Organization, an estimated 3.2 million deaths can be attributed to lack of physical activity. Our sedentary lifestyles are responsible for increasing our risk of diabetes and heart disease as well as a loss of muscle and bone strength. Perhaps even more

It’s very horrifying to imagine one day without technology…!! We cannot survive even a single day. Research shows that on an average we logged in FB almost 30 times in a day. In this easily accessible world, we are getting away from our lives and emotions. Now our emotions are evolved and revolved in and out of technology. I am not against the technology but there should be some stop.

The dietary factors also add up fuel in our life. And it is one of the most vital elements for a healthy lifestyle. Now we hardly get the authenticated vegetables and fruits. There are always high chances of getting adulterated food. Most of the disease now a day has been originated from food. We prefer packed foods, street foods and many types of foods. Earlier were days when we get the fresh foods.


Easily accessible- We are very happy when we got something very easily in this world of everything on your door. We are easily accessible to many things which are even harmful to our health. We have become so ignorant that I a normal thing if we see teenagers smoke or having drugs. We need to take some steps to mitigate these.

Top tips to remember:

  • Eat a varied and balanced diet
  • Drink plenty of water
  • Take lots of sleep
  • Do regular exercise
  • Avoid drinking alcohol and smoking.

Plenty of ways to keep fit
Exercise doesn’t have to mean taking part in a team sport or spending lots of money on expensive equipment. Try doing something you enjoy. It could be:

  • Walking
  • Swimming
  • Jogging
  • Ice skating
  • Skipping
  • Dancing
  • Yoga

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