Small Lifestyle Changes Can Save Our Future

by Agnes Krisantibullet
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Small Lifestyle Changes Can Save Our Future
Small Lifestyle Changes Can Save Our Future

More than 30% of young adults experience muscle and joint pain before the age of 30. The causes can be various, but this one might come to mind: sluggishness.

Millennials and Gen Z are productive generations, but they are also targeted by non-communicable diseases (NCDs)—such as obesity, diabetes, and heart disease—due to poor lifestyles. It puts us in a global health crisis.

Let's stop it now! The more sluggish, the harder it is to turn into active lifestyles.

Regular physical activity is the cornerstone of a healthy lifestyle. There is no need to go hard like an athlete, especially during fasting month. Incorporating small movements into our daily routines, whether through walking, jogging, stretching, or participating in light sports activities, will make a big impact. 

Sustained improvements in diet and exercise habits can significantly reduce mortality rates and improve quality of life over time. We can do it together. We can encourage each other.

Imagine a future where you can move with ease, enjoy your favorite activities without pain, and live life to the fullest. Everyone deserves this future—including you.

Starting in March, let’s #march2move to a healthier lifestyle! Start building a foundation for your lifelong health today by joining the campaign and beyond. Together, let's build a stronger, healthier generation!