|How To Protect Your Health When Money Is Short?
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Health The Most Important Asset!
During hard times, things like healthy food, exercise, and supplements might
seem like luxuries. However, falling seriously ill can prove to be even
costlier. Also, keep in mind that even if your finances eventually recover from
the illness, your body might not--or at least not completely. Therefore,
excessively cutting down on health expenses can mean practicing false economics:
taking measures to cut costs, which ultimately just make you spend more.
The best compromise between good health and frugality may be the prevention
of illness through regular, low-cost measures to boost your general well-being.
However, a truly cost-effective health measure is not just cheap--it should also
be relatively quick and convenient. After all, time itself is a resource. Why
spend unnecessary amounts of time on mediocre health measures, when you could
spend that time on other meaningful projects, or on the making of more money for
yourself and your family?
To an extent, healthy food may itself be a low-cost measure. Cooking at home
instead of eating out can be cost-effective and also healthy because you can
make sure that not too many fatty, sugary, or salty additives go into the food.
Even so, the raw ingredients themselves may contain undesirable additives, or
may have been produced or grown in ways that leave them ridden with harmful
The complicated relationship between health and finances is an especially
significant concern for people who are middle-aged or older. Such people may be
retired, semi-retired, or headed towards retirement. If so, their earning power
has decreased (or will soon), just at the time of life when their health
expenses are set to go up.
In such cases, supplements may be prescribed or bought (if the product does
not contain elements that require prescription). These supplements are quite
wide in range. Some of them can be simple vitamin and/or mineral supplements,
such as tablets of iron, calcium, or Vitamin C. Many of these can be picked up
at a drugstore and truly can help you feel better as you age. For instance,
calcium can help stave off osteoporosis especially if the pills are taken with
orange juice (the juice can actually increase your body’s calcium absorption).
Otherwise, you might have to take more comprehensive or extreme measures as
far as your supplements go. After all, one or two vitamin pills cannot be
expected to tackle all your aches and pains. Bodily changes such as hair loss,
declining energy, and weaker immunity are at least partially attributable to
lower production of your body’s natural growth hormone. You can lessen these
changes by taking human growth hormone supplements, but be sure to do so very
carefully. These relatively cheap pills can pack a wallop, and can have
unintended effects on your hormonal system, especially if it happens to be
imbalanced already. Do invest in a good consultation with a doctor if you plan
to take this particular measure to improve your health, especially if you happen
to have serious diabetes, since the hormone affects liver function and glucose
levels. The supplement can also affect different individuals in various ways
depending on their existing pituitary system. Keep in mind that supplements
themselves do not contain HGH, but rather work on your body in such a way as to
get it to keep your HGH levels up. Therefore, different doses might be
recommended for different people.