Helen Lee Schifter has been a writer on the subject of health and wellness for an extended period of time. During that time, she has contributed her insights to a variety of different well-read and highly respected publications. Those have included Thrive Global, Medium and other blogging platforms that are well read by the general public. But her concerns about the importance that people have placed (or lack thereof) on their health have certainly pre-dated the Coronavirus health pandemic.
Similarly, other health analysts like Helen Lee Schifter have shared concerns. These concerns have indeed pre-dated the Coronavirus health pandemic, which is important to note. It’s not as if they were made after the pandemic, which has rightfully brought the subject of how important leading a healthy lifestyle should be to Americans and the general population on the world stage.
Indeed, these are issues that need to be taken more seriously. But in order for them to be taken more seriously, there needs to be greater awareness of the detrimental impact not taking them seriously, can have. So let’s analyze some basic areas where considerable seriousness lent to different habits can have a meaningful impact in the aggreggate.
- Fitness: Maintaining a consistent fitness regimen is something that’s importance cannot be overestimated. Having said that, there also needs to be an understanding that work-outs and healthy fitness opportunities do not need to be viewed as limited to the inside of a gym. Instead, such opportunities exist outside the gym as well. For instance, instead of commuting to one’s place of work, one might be able to walk or even jog. To and from work, in totality, this can make a meaningful difference indeed.
- Dieting: Maintaining a healthy diet is critical to ensuring an overall healthier lifestyle. But this does not have to come at the expense of getting to eat tastier foods. Indeed, there’s no reason for it to. There are so many different healthy and organic options across different cuisines that are both delicious and also healthy.