The choices you make in life will determine how healthy you are overall. And your health is important because it will determine the quality of life you lead. We are all born with one body and that body can only take you as far as you are willing to take care of it. That being said, what state of health is your body, mind and spirit in today? For many, improving ones health is an on going struggle. That’s because we are born with free will, to make our own decisions and its hard not to be persuaded by temptation to lead you off the path to better health.
One’s health is what we make of it. We can’t change our genetic makeup, which determines our predisposition for disease, our appearance or how we grow, but we do make our own decisions. And it’s the choices that we make which determine our health. If you choose to drink, smoke or do drugs then your actions are guiding you down a path to poor health. While on the other hand if you eat healthy, exercise and get a good night sleep, your actions are leading you to good health. Your actions and the choices you make day in and day out will determine what state of health you want to live your life in.
Better health isn’t just about losing weight, or quitting smoking or being happy, it’s about all of these goals combines to improve your overall body, mind and spirit. If just one of these three areas of your life is incomplete or lacking then your health is at a discord. Improving your health is about finding the areas in your life, which are out of balance and correcting them. For many its overall body health, which includes losing weight, exercising and eating right. For others it’s about mental and spiritual well being, finding happiness, peace and comfort in their life. It’s much easier to choose to do nothing about your health than it is to actually make a decision and change your health.
Now that you have made a choice to better your life and improve your health her are some steps to get started.
1. Find the areas in your life you want to change.
a. Make a list of the things you want to change. Making a change is hard; it’s easier to keep on track when you have clear definable goals, which you can see.
2. Determine an overall long-term goal.
a. Who or what do you want to be when all is said and done?
b. Set short-term goals to track your efforts.
3. Remember, it won’t be easy.
a. Take one day at a time.
b. Remind yourself of why you are doing this.
c. Stand strong, determined and dedicated.
d. Stop and think before you make decisions.
4. Make healthy choices.
5. Get support from your family, friends and loved ones.

Author's Bio: 

Sarah Labdar graduated with a BA in exercise science and has worked in the medical field since. Her focus is alternative medicine and how it interacts and works in conjunction with traditional medicine.
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