BATON ROUGE, Louisiana (WAFB) – According to some experts, January 17th is the average day for Americans to break their resolutions. Incorporating new behaviors into her lifestyle can be difficult, but doctors advise her to make health a priority in 2023.
Dr. Stephanie Coleman Lawrence, Baton Rouge General, said: “Many people are overwhelmed by the amount of responsibility between work, home, school and family.”
Coleman-Lawrence said all of this translates into physical health. She said the first step in making health a priority this year is to make yourself a priority.
“Many of us forget to take care of ourselves, so make sure you focus on eating right and spending enough time doing things for yourself.
Baton Rouge General has developed a regular health screening checklist for men and women. Find out what exams and tests you should take and at what age you should take them.
“Everyone should have an annual wellness screening to check for basic things like high blood pressure,” says Coleman-Lawrence. assess the risk of
It helps to identify what makes you more stressed and understand what makes you reach for less healthy items. Think about what you can do to relax.
“Trying to get more exercise is huge,” she said. , and that’s enough. Exercise is so important for both body and mind.”
Coleman-Lawrence said the most important time to take care of your health is now, and remember to see your doctor regularly.
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