This is a century-old question… what comes first health or wealth?
Many people say the answer is very clear to me, wealth because I can buy health with the money.
Makes sense for some and some say no matter how much money you have, you can’t buy the health.
Ask those people who have plenty of money and still facing life-threatening health issues.
You may or may not agree. Our point of view is that there should always be a balance between both.
Let’s look at Financial Health vs. Physical Health…
Financial Health vs. Physical Health
ConsumerCredit.com conducted an informal survey and published their findings. You can read all about these findings at their website.
For your benefit, here is a brief on their findings:
- 59% responded by sharing their concern about the state of their finances more than their physical fitness
- 60% responded by sharing that their new year resolutions include both money and health goals
Money is such a strong factor for everyone that we tend to compromise the required attention to health until we hit the road block.
Another major factor is that most of the people say that they can buy the programs for losing weight or maintaining the healthy weight if they have money. Which is absolutely right because that’s the reason why so many people go for losing weight programs. For those who lack the power of money, they focus more on prevention such as proper diet solutions so that they can keep the weight gain in check. No matter what your situation is, it can be totally different because it depends a lot on our upbringing, environment, social factors and many other personal preferences.
Our suggestion to blog readers is that you should always keep the balance between both health and wealth because a proper balance in life is one of the key factors for success.
Eat well, eat healthy, eat good food, eat proper nutritious foods, do exercises and follow a healthy routine because this is the best investment for your life.
Wishing you a healthy lifestyle journey,