7 inspirational quotes about health

Our health is something of which we can all be neglectful at times and yet it is so important.

Think about that next time you’re giving priority to a stressful situation at work. You only ever have one you and once damaged it is difficult, if not impossible, to repair.

If your aim is to enjoy your life and be happy then it all starts with good health. So you have to take good care of yourself.

No amount of money will compensate for being in a poor state of health.

So eat a well-balanced diet, exercise regularly and get a good night’s sleep.

Obviously you can’t wrap yourself in cotton wool and there is always a balance to be struck. But you get the gist I’m sure.

Challenge yourself occasionally and make sure you have some fun along the way. Bad food and your tipple of choice can be enjoyed occasionally and burning the candle at both ends won’t do too much harm as long as you don’t make a habit of it.

Life would be very dull without the odd guilty pleasure but never lose sight of the need to maintain good health.

Here are seven inspirational quotes about health to help you reflect on this all too important subject.

Quotes About Health:

  1. It is health that is real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver. ~Mahatma Gandhi
  2. Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise. ~Benjamin Franklin
  3. Health is not valued till sickness comes. ~Thomas Fuller
  4. There’s nothing more important than our good health. That’s our principal capital asset. ~Arlen Specter
  5. I believe that the greatest gift you can give your family and the world is a healthy you. ~Joyce Meyer
  6. Calm mind brings inner strength and self-confidence, so that’s very important for good health. ~Dalai Lama
  7. I know a man who gave up smoking, drinking, sex, and rich food. He was healthy right up to the day he killed himself. ~Johnny Carson

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Why the importance of health can’t be overstated

Importance of HealthHealth is better than wealth. ~English Proverb

Accumulating money at the expense of your health is unwise, to say the least.

Yes we all want money and we’d all like plenty of it too. I understand that, as I’m sure you do dear reader. However if you’re in bad health you can’t really enjoy your little pot of gold, can you?

The problem is, work can often be stressful, particularly if you’re an entrepreneur running your own business. And stress takes its toll on your health.

As any entrepreneur will know, running your own business can be a 24/7 game.

You work very hard and you work long and often stressful hours too. It goes with the territory.

The payback is that you can get very rich this way.

However you must be very careful here. Building wealth is an admirable pursuit but not at the expense of your health. There must be some balance in your life. It can’t be all about chasing money.

Yes of course money can pay for better healthcare but so what? You can only truly enjoy your life if you are fully fit and healthy, surely?

There’s a lot to be said for financial freedom of course but being free from illness is always better than being rich.

Run your own business by all means. That can be an excellent career choice. And success, either as an entrepreneur or an employee for that matter, will need plenty of hard work. That’s a given dear reader.

However never work yourself so hard that it has a negative impact on your health.

There is no sense in making yourself ill. Damage done to your health can’t always be repaired.

So your priority should be to pay attention to your own wellbeing and make sure there is some balance between making money and staying fit and healthy.

Being the richest person in the graveyard has little going for it, does it?

That’s my opinion dear reader but what do you think? Have you got a cautionary tales you’d like to share with my readers? I’d love to hear from you.

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