Health And Wealth Check Out These Impacts [An Infographic]


Health And Wealth

 Taking care of your body impacts every facet of life, from your energy levels to your medical health, from your emotional condition to your mental state. We make dozens of small choices related to our health on a daily basis. Some good, others not so much.

These choices can cause us to gain or lose weight, to become ill or get better from illness, and countless other outcomes in both directions. Some have even had direct experience with a simple change in diet performing miracles like curing cancer. Science learns more every day about the way the hundreds of thousands of tiny components to the human body work together to influence our lives.

Your physical health reaches every part of your life, including your bank account. This might sound strange, but your health affects your wealth. A little personal betterment goes a long way toward thinner bodies and fatter account balances, both of which can significantly benefit your future.

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Obesity, for example, has become one of the top killers in our country, causing and correlating with countless illnesses and medical conditions. Along with its damage to your health, obesity also hurts your wallet.

It goes along with higher grocery budgets, eating out more often, and inevitably higher medical expenses that can reach five- and six-figure annual bills. Obesity can also dramatically increase life insurance rates.

Try getting up and walking for a few minutes every hour. Take a stretch break between shows. Small changes can create huge effects over time.

A few small steps to improve your life today can save you huge amounts of money down the road. It’s not the fastest way to make money, but a penny saved is a penny earned, as the saying goes.

Check out this infographic and see what small steps you can make today to improve your health and wealth tomorrow.

Have a Healthy And Wealthy Life Ahead.

for Philipscom Associates

Philip Verghese ‘Ariel’

How Much Your Health Impacts Your Wealth


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8 thoughts on “Health And Wealth Check Out These Impacts [An Infographic]

  1. Hi Philip,

    Nice Infographic!

    The link between health and income seems pretty uncontroversial. After all, healthy people can work longer and harder than sick people. Healthier children are likely to stay in school longer and learn more, earning more when they enter the workforce.

    Even across countries the relationship seems clear: those with better health are generally richer, and those that improve their citizens’ health grow faster.

    So the conclusions of two recent papers that improving life expectancy at birth (a common indicator of better health) can depress income per head for as long as two generations may come as a shock.

    I will tweet your post.

    Thanks a lot for sharing.

  2. Glad to read your article. A very informative and worth sharing post.
    No doubt this is a bookmarking post. I am bookmarking it for my further references.
    Thanks a lot for the timely share. Yes, health is wealth. let us preserve it for our good.

  3. Nice article.i am going to bookmark your site to get more update in future.
    This is indeed a very timely post to me and my family. Thank you so much for this wonderful share. Keep sharing.

  4. It’s very interesting and informative post.

    Health is an important issue we all need to look into. A well narrated post as well as the infographic.
    Thanks for sharing

  5. Hi Philip,
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