A Life Well-Lived
“You don’t have to wait until you’re sick to get well.”
Truer words have never been spoken, and New York Times best-selling authors Mark Liponis, MD and Mark Hyman, MD hit the proverbial nail on the head in their book, Ultraprevention.
Well-being is more than just the absence of disease. It is a state of mind in addition to physical health. It is an approach to living which includes being proactive to help prevent the development of disease. It means mitigating potential risk factors you can’t control, such as family history, and transitions in life such as perimenopause and menopause. Well for the Journey Coaching helps to:
- reduce stress
- achieve greater balance and harmony in your life and make what’s truly important a priority
- start or become more consistent about a physical activity routine
- improve or optimize your nutrition
- improve your sleep pattern
- live optimally with the changes associated with perimenopause and menopause
Be more well for the journey.
Up to 70% of what ails us has been found to fall into a preventable category. Those are pretty good odds if you decide to take charge and treat yourself well.
In fact, the way we think and the actions we do or do not take heavily influence how effective we are in navigating the seemingly endless hurdles thrown our way. You may be familiar with some of those landmines
- suboptimal nutrition
- sleep deprivation
- hot flashes
- emotional volatility
- weight gain
Well for the Journey Coaching helps you to sift through the fast-paced, noisy world full of distractions and information overload. It helps you to connect to your body and your responses to these “events” so that you can be more well for the journey.
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