We Start Thinking about Our Health at Age 36
Do you take good care of yourself? A new study reveals we start taking our health seriously at age 36. Researchers spoke with 2,000 people and found that 56 percent admitted to deliberately ignoring health warnings and having a "live for the moment" approach to life. However, over 33 percent said they had a shocking moment by age 36 that made them re-think their lifestyle.
The top five wake-up call moments for people were: getting older, having a health scare, having a close relative die, receiving a warning from a doctor, and seeing a shocking, unflattering photo of themselves.
Researcher Rob Anderson says, "These findings show that by our mid-thirties, health and well-being become a much bigger priority. Simple lifestyle changes can make a big difference and reassessing how we live our lives, and the value we place on healthcare, can mean huge long-term benefits."
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