RENO, Nev. (775 Times, NV Globe) – If you don’t know where to begin with your lifestyle goals and aspirations for the new year, your doctor may set you on the right road. If you’re having trouble setting objectives for 2023, take some time to focus on what your body and mind require.
Sharing your objectives with your primary care physician can help you to reach them, whether your resolutions are to get more active, eat healthier, or take better care of your mental health.
You don’t have to wait for a certain month to “become healthy” or to visit the doctor, according to the local medical director, Dr. Bayo Curry-Winchell. According to her, investing some time now can help you build a solid foundation for whatever objective you have.
“We can make sure your heart, your lungs, all of those things are in the best shape possible. Sometimes that involves giving blood work making sure that we identify things that you may not know are present. That’s why seeing your primary care doctor now can be so helpful for your care now and in the future,” Dr. BCW said.
Another approach for people to build responsibility for their health resolutions is to go to their primary care provider. You can address any issues or your long-term health by receiving those preventative health checks.
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