Health Care is Broken

Your best insurance is taking care of yourself.

America spends ~ $10k on each person for health care, while Japan, which has a longer life expectancy for its citizens than the U.S. (83.1 years vs. 79.1 years), spends just $3,816 per person.

Are people healthier from all those extra dollars, unfortunately no?
The majority is spent on hospitalization (about ⅓ of the $3.2 trillion) and lots of course on drugs.



Between 2014 and 2015, spending on prescription drugs grew by 9% to $325 billion.

It would be something if Health Care could diagnose and treat chronic illness long before symptoms become acute. However, various studies estimating how often a patient is misdiagnosed have come up with figures ranging from 5% of the time to 44% of the time. The bottom line is that it’s not an insignificant frequency, even at 5%. Source

Health crisis is one of the fastest ways to eat up savings.

An effective way to protect your hard earned dollars is to practice preventative care.
Small steps you take every day that ensures, reduced effects of stress, lower risks for chronic disease, increased energy.

There are things you can do to make sure you get a good night sleep. Read how HERE

Why is this so important?

There is an active link between sleep duration and chronic health problems. Studies show that a lack of sleep can cause increased blood pressure, impaired control of blood glucose, and increased inflammation and therefore is linked with hypertension, diabetes, and obesity. Source

I know from personal experience and case studies with clients that getting enough rest can change your judgment, perception, performance, and productivity.

When your income is based on how well you work, this can change your financial wealth prospects considerably.

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