Life: How You Live It Is Your Choice.
How Will Your Choices Affect Your Body?

    You can live your life how you want to, but why not live it the way you can enjoy it. Exercise is an important part in healthy living. Getting up and being active at least once a day for 30 minutes can impact your day to day life juristically. If you choose to not be active, your body won't process things normally and you can suffer from obesity, high cholesterol, diabetes, stroke, certain types of cancer, arthritis, and cardiovascular diseases. If you do exercise daily then it will increase your longevity, improves your mood, increases your energy levels, improves your sleep, and gets you better lab results. (Even if you are fat)

     Smoking (Cigarettes) does many bad things to your body. Such as, poor vision, coughing non-stop, lung cancer, Bronchitis, high cholesterol, blood cancer, blood clotts, smelly hair, problems with pregnancy, early menopause, heart disease, bad teeth, stained teeth, wrinkly skin etc. You can get hooked to the nicotine in the cigarette the first time you smoke. The odds of dying from cigarettes is as many as one-third of heavy smokers at the age of 35 will die before the age of 85 from diseases caused by their smoking. Every puff you take, the more your killing yourself.

     Most people do drugs to escape the world for a short period of time to get away from their problems. Here's the thing, running away won't help anyone. Drug addicts waste their life away under a dark cloud of fear. To improve your life, you need to face your problems and fix them. Not run and hide under a blanket of security. (Aka drugs) Every day, 44 people in the U.S. die from overdose of prescription painkillers, and many more become addicted. In 2013, 66,452 people died from drug overdose.

     Being healthy is all about eating healthy. Eating right can help you maintain a healthy weight and avoid certain health problems, but your diet can also have a profound effect on your mood and sense of wellbeing. Feeling good about what your eating and how you look will bring up your self confidence and help you live your life in a better way. Studies have linked eating a typical Western diet—filled with red and processed meats, packaged meals, takeout food, and sugary snacks—with higher rates of depression, stress, bipolar disorder, and anxiety. Eating an unhealthy diet may even play a role in the development of mental health disorders such as ADHD, Alzheimer’s disease, and schizophrenia, or in the increased risk of suicide in young people.