Jachut wrote:Never smoked. Drink very little, a glass of wine once or twice a month. Eat WAAAY too much sugar. Exercise regularly.
The biggest health risk I've taken is sunbeds, although only for a very short period of my life. Oh, how I love to be evenly brown all over. Sadly, they're now illegal in Australia, or in Victoria anyway. Skin cancer. Actually being an Australian its probably certain I'll have skin cancer at some point - much more likely than a rectal cancer recurrence.
I actually feel that you shouldn't feel guilty about your vice. If you smoke but eat well for example, everyone focusses on the smoking but fails to realise that if they, say, are being sedentary, eating processed foods they're also playing roulette with their health. But yeah, if you smoke, drink, eat badly, never exercise and visit the sunbed every day, well, you'll probably have a short life but no doubt a happy one.
Ron50 wrote:What I learned was that it is totally impossible to keep doctors happy. I'm either too fat or trying to kill myself.
triordie1994 wrote:grew up in a house with secondhand smoke for 22 years.
for all that I have done in taking care of myself I feel that I cannot trust my body anymore which is really disappointing. feels like a best friend betraying you.
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