Proactive or Reactive?

Proactive or reactive? That is the important question.

Is it better to be proactive and “prevent” disease or to wait for disease to happen and then be “reactive”?  All too often, people in our society wait to “react” to issues of health instead of responding to signs of disease prior to the “emergency” problem.  For example, people often suffer from a debilitating heart attack or stroke and then wonder where it came from.  They may analyze their lifestyle and diet and then usually do not end up making any significant changes.  The reason for that?  Misinformation and misguidance.

However, what if they would have changed their lifestyle and diet beforehand?  What if they would have sought out valid information about health and implemented it?

Our mission at Circadian Wellness is to help you obtain better health through obtaining better information about your health and then taking the steps necessary to implement the changes.  There may be a small price to pay, but in the long run, which one costs more?  The prevention… or the cure?

Benjamin Franklin answered that for us – “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.


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