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Your Health: An Investment or An Expense

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Do you look at your health as an investment or simply as an expense?

Unfortunately, the majority of Americans only look at their health as an expenditure – “an outflow of money, or any form of fortune in general, to another person or group as payment for an item, service, or another category of cost.” If you look at your health this way, it is very easy to ignore it or one day quit your efforts to improve your well-being because you are looking in the short term and have failed to see any future return on your expense.

In reality you should look at your health as an investment – “the dedication of an asset to attain an increase in value over a period of time. Investment requires a sacrifice of some present asset, such as time, money, or effort”.

An Investment that Pays Off

The time, money and effort that you invest in your health now will save you time, money and effort in the future. You will avoid a future that normally consists of health and medical debt, the number one cause of bankruptcy in the United States of America. It also won’t involve feeling pain every time you roll out of bed in the morning.

We can change the outlook of the “normal” American future by changing the way we view our health. To do this we encourage everyone to invest in:

  • Chiropractic care to keep your neurology and body functioning optimally.
  • Healthy food and nutrition to give your body the fuel that it needs.
  • Gym memberships and personal trainers to create a body that is strong, balanced and flexible.
  • Books, podcasts and coaches for your continued mental and emotional growth.

You will pay for your health at some point. It is up to you to determine if you are going to invest in creating flourishing health now or pay the expense of diminishing health later.

Contact Freedom Chiropractic today to get started on the path to good health!


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