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Whole Body Health: Eat, Think and Move Your Way to a Healthy Lifestyle

Written By Preferred Family Chiropractic on October 20, 2021

Whole Body Health Preferred Family Chiropractic

When you think of the word “health,” what comes to mind? Perhaps ideas like regular exercising and a balanced diet will come up. But did you know that health goes beyond your physical body? Preferred Family Chiropractic can help you on your way to cultivating a healthier lifestyle with whole body health. 

What Is Whole Body Health?

Whole body health is a holistic way of looking at your overall well-being. It encompasses three key factors: the way we eat, think, and move. Whole body health seeks to link all aspects of health in order to help you thrive, not merely survive. 

At Preferred Family Chiropractic, we prioritize the collaborative relationship between physical health and overall health. The food you’re eating, the way you treat your body, and your consciousness of your body all affect your everyday functions.

How to Practice Whole Body Health

Achieving whole body health is not something that can happen overnight. It can take practice, evaluation, and support from a professional. We’ve rounded up a few tips that will help you begin your journey toward whole body health.

  • Eat: Prioritize eating nutritious meals that will keep your body sustained throughout your day. Integrating servings of your favorite fruits and vegetables is a great way to include additional nutrients into your plates. Be sure to always consult a trusted professional before making drastic dietary changes to ensure you are fueling your body properly and safely. 
  • Think: It’s important to take time each day to evaluate your mental state. Think about your day and consider your feelings and emotions. This may mean writing in a journal, talking to a counselor, or expressing yourself creatively. Staying in tune with your mental health can help strengthen cognitive skills, including problem-solving, emotional regulation, and developing interpersonal relationships. 
  • Move: A great tip to encourage frequent movement is finding an exercise that does not feel like exercise. If you’re not a fan of going to a traditional gym, try activities like yoga, dance, or outdoor sports. Try to create a schedule for yourself and stick to a regimen. Just taking one hour out of each day to go for a jog outdoors will help you learn to prioritize your health.

Schedule an Appointment Today

Dr. Williams at Preferred Family Chiropractic is eager to support your journey on practicing whole body health. Give our office a call at (352) 536-1300 to schedule your appointment in Clermont today.

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