If you Brush Your Teeth Every Day You can have Optimal Health!

As we move to the end of summer, it is the perfect time to thinks about implementing new routines.  So the perfect theme for this month is creating healthy habits and routines.

A habit or routine is described as a behavioral pattern acquired by frequent repetition or physiologic exposure that shows itself in regularity or increased facility of performance.

As we come back from our vacations and begin to settle back into our normal routines for the fall, it is the perfect time to start habits are part of our new routines. Whether you are a parent of children in grades K- 12 or a college student are getting ready or a federal government is moving back to full steam, so is the perfect time to start new routines.

So many of us think “healthy habits are hard to start or maintain, so why even bother?”  

Here is the truth: We have a set of routines that we do every single day.  Whether we eat breakfast in the morning or skip meals is a routine. Going to exercise class 3 times a week or sitting on the couch and watching TV is a routine.  How we manage or do not manage our stress is a routine.  We have dozens of routines or habits that we do every single day.

I have a question for you – do you brush your teeth every morning?  If you answered yes, then you know how to create a healthy habit and maintain it for years and years and years.

You have the choice to change your routines and habits and change the path of your health today.  All you need to do is to be willing to learn and implement new habits.  What are the habits that have the biggest impact on health?

Lifestyle habits:
Research shows that 70% of chronic diseases like diabetes, obesity, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, heart disease and cancer can be eliminated by lifestyle changes.

  • Eating habits

  • Sleeping habits

  • Stress Management

  • Movement habits

Make the most significant changes to improve your health.  Understanding the right lifestyle habits for your specific condition(s) makes all the difference for your successful habit building.  

If you are curious about how you can start new routines that create healthy habits for your health, come to my Stress, Hormones and Health Seminar on Tuesday, August 8th.

This class is being sponsored at the Center for Mindful Living in Tenleytown Washington DC.

This is a FREE class but spaces are limited so you must call to reserve your spot.  There will be no on-site registration.  Call the office to reserve your spot: 202-681-0705.

To Your One Sweet Life,

Dr. Dae


Upcoming Talks:
Stress Hormones and Health
August 8, 2017
6:30 – 8:00pm

Center for Mindful Living
4708 Wisconsin Ave NW, Suite 200
Washington DC 20016

OR

Stress Hormones and Health
August 15, 2017
6:30 – 8:00pm

Center for Mindful Living
4708 Wisconsin Ave NW, Suite 200
Washington DC 20016