I believe more than ever in the relationship between poor health and bad health. I think our ultimate goal should be to empower themselves to live the life we desire without having to worry about our health or money.
I sincerely doubt that I made history again with the uneducated my theory and evidence that other more qualified people have made the case since then. As it turned out, the player she considered had the best grip on his financial situation did in fact win the title. Danny’s financial his house before going to the show, which indicates that when you improve your financial, health benefits will follow.
Exercise is often overlooked, and even avoid, when someone is trying to get back on their financial feet. Have you ever known anyone who thinks, “When I bring the money back, I have time to exercise. Exercise does not pay the bills, you know?” Despite the best intentions of the people, it is difficult to take a workout regimen when you’re three months behind on mortgage or roof leaks, right? You will be obsessed with keeping yourself afloat and quite often, your health suffers as you do nothing but work … or search for it.
When people are stressed, they often respond by doing what feels good to them. Unfortunately, many of these items are not healthy or good. One such activity is overeating. Emotional overeating can trigger a number of factors, but one of the most common is the stress of money problems. According to weight loss experts and nutritionists, people under stress will sink to processed and sugary foods as a way to deal with their anxiety. If stress is because of the money my problems, people will likely buy cheaper, processed foods, as well. Such foods are now considered to be the most harmful to health and as argued in recent Dr. Oz show, they can be as addictive as cocaine because of their impact on brain chemistry. As people gain weight, they begin to also focus on the health of those who simply continue the cycle.
So how does one get both his physical and financial health in order to stop the cycle? How does one ultimately strengthen himself for success? The answer, it seems, lies with the individual. For some people, improve their health, look and feel better, give them the confidence to apply for better jobs or seek out financial advice and take action. They take better care of money because they suspect that they will be around longer to appreciate it. For others, better income opportunities reduces anxiety and encourages them to make the most of a comfortable lifestyle by getting healthy.