October 10, 2023

Unravelling the Limiting Beliefs About Health

BY Marc Mathys

Every journey towards wellbeing begins with a single step, but often, self-imposed limiting beliefs about health may hinder the process. While these beliefs might seem subtle, they can significantly impact our health goals. 
Here’s a closer look at some common health-related misconceptions and ways to overcome them. 
1. **”To get good health means spending a lot of money.”** Achieving good health doesn’t necessarily equate to spending a fortune. Simple, cost-effective measures such as regular physical activity, balanced nutrition, and mental wellness practices can greatly contribute to improved health. 
2. **”It is too difficult to change my lifestyle.”** Change can be challenging, but it’s not impossible. Start with small, achievable goals and gradually incorporate more significant changes into your lifestyle. 
3. **”There is no time to think about my health.”** Health should never be a secondary consideration. Prioritize your wellbeing by fitting short exercise routines, healthy meals, and mental relaxation into your schedule. 
4. **”I don’t want to invest in a gym membership I will not use anyway.”** Physical fitness isn’t restricted to the gym. Home workouts, outdoor activities, or even regular walks can be effective ways to stay active. 
5. **”I will never lose as much weight as I would like.”** Focus less on the scale and more on cultivating a healthy lifestyle. With consistency and patience, the results will follow. 
6. **”Healthy food tastes horrid.”** Healthy food can be delicious too! Explore various recipes and cooking methods to find tasty and nutritious meals that you enjoy. 
7. **”I cannot afford a personal trainer.”** While personal trainers can provide guidance, there are plenty of free online resources that can help you create an effective workout routine. 8. **”‘Healthy’ is not for me.”** Health is not a one-size-fits-all concept. It’s about finding a balance that suits your body’s unique needs and preferences. 
9. **”I love sugar and carbs too much.”** It’s all about balance. Try substitifying refined sugars and carbs with healthier alternatives, without completely eliminating them. 
10. **”I am surrounded by unhealthy food.”** If the environment poses a challenge, take small steps in controlling what you can – start by stocking your kitchen with healthier options.
 Remember, the path to health is a marathon, not a sprint. Let go of these limiting beliefs and embrace a healthier, happier you. After all, your health is the best investment you will ever make.



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