Excellent. This post is so in line with my own post today and just what the doctor ordered. No pun intended. I have to repost this article. Great Job!
Over many years our lifestyle slowly changes our abilities to handle basic tasks. As children, we don’t look to support our bodies when bending over to pick up objects from the floor; we don’t question the safety of running fast without warming up first; we don’t think about morning stiffness after sleeping all night and we don’t question the stamina required to be active all day long. These are “natural” occurrences we take for granted as children. What happens as we age?
Doctors tell us it’s normal. Statements like, “everyone develops arthritis; it’s part of the aging process” are made on a daily basis. This statement is both inaccurate and dangerous. It is very important to differentiate between the terms NORMAL and COMMON. Arthritis is not a normal occurrence, however, it is very common. The same can be said for type 2 diabetes, heart disease, obesity and cancer. Just because these conditions are common and…
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