Healthy Living: Gaining Maximum Benefits

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Sankanje je aktivnost, v kateri lahko uživajo vsi – od najmlajših do babic in dedkov. Ne zahteva posebnega znanja in opreme. Razen dobrih sani seveda! Ob gibanju na svežem zraku je za smeh in dobro voljo hitro poskrbljeno. Sanke za otroke obudite spomine na smeh, od mraza pordela lička in iskrice v očeh. Lesene sanke so tudi odlično božično darilo – predvsem za otroke. Nič zato, če v zadnjih letih doline pogosto ostanejo brez snega, saj imamo na voljo lepo število organiziranih sankališč, kjer priložnosti za zabavo ne manjka.
The concept of healthy living has been catching on the health radars of people around the world. Due to widespread media coverage, everyone feels that healthy living incorporates nutritious eating habits, regular physical activity and a vocation providing some level of personal fulfillment. But there are many other aspects to healthy living which people usually overlook. To gain maximum benefits from healthy living, it’s also important to consider:

  1. One’s spiritual healthiness and well-being
  2. One’s general mental disposition
  3. An overall sense of balance in life

How do I strike a balance in life?

This actually depends from person to person. For example, if someone spends a lot of time on the job, resulting in neglect of family or health…then that would be considered unhealthy. But you can also spend too much time exercising and ‘trying to get healthy’. Therefore, striking a balance in day-to-day activities is one of the most important tenets of healthy living.

There are lots of people, particularly the elderly, who learn this the hard way – when failing health and ineffective medicines force them to consider major changes in their lives. It’s best to learn hard lessons as early as possible…but that’s not our nature as humans, is it? Just take some time periodically to assess the various elements of your life and see if you can make small changes early, instead of drastic changes later.

Bottom line: Avoid the tyranny of the urgent.