How Your Lifestyle Affects Your General Wellbeing

COVID-19 has unmasked many diseases patients were unaware they already had. The relevance of lifestyle on health and wellbeing is widely accepted though patients hesitate to adopt changes. The internet is full of information, whether on diseases, treatments, or the factors that influence those diseases. Do not blindly follow crash diets or cardio exercises unless our doctor approves of it for the simple reason that it could backfire on you. Dr. Antoine Geffrard from RMS Consultation in Southfield, MI, suggests seeking your doctor's advice on changes in diet, exercise, or any other lifestyle factor that affects your general wellbeing. He will prepare a chart with approved modifications taking into consideration various factors.

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Physicians around the world counsel their patients on how to improve chronic conditions such as diabetes and heart disease through lifestyle changes. Diet rich in fiber, antioxidants, and healthy fats can do wonders whereas foods loaded with sugars and unhealthy fats can worsen diseases.

Many have benefited by following a low-carb diet and intermittent fasting. Brisk walking, jogging, or swimming are great exercises you can do after discussing with your doctor. Do not cut your sleep time below 7-8 hours and minimize blue light usage especially at bedtime.

Learn to manage stress by connecting with nature, doing breathing exercises, and meditation. Staying positive not only improves your physical health but also your mental wellbeing. Limit the use of alcohol and quit smoking for the obvious reason that it damages your body and reduces immunity. Our doctors at RMS consultation in Southfield, MI, help you choose the lifestyle changes that will suit you after analyzing your medical history and treatments that you have undergone.

It is never too late to adopt a healthy lifestyle that will elevate your physical and mental wellbeing. To know more, schedule an appointment with Dr. Antoine Geffrard from RMS Consultation in Southfield, MI, by calling (248) 663-5353 today.

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