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Your lifestyle is indeed a Masterpiece Life for you’re clearly paying attention to all the dimensions, which influence your health and aging: the physical, intellectual, social, and spiritual. You’re managing your stress and remaining positive about the next phase of your life. Applaud your own efforts, but stay alert. Life has a way of surprising you with challenges, which can easily knock you off-track. Consider taking this review every six months and keep mindful of the basic lifestyle requirements to stay truly healthy and to age successfully. Keep up the great work.
You’re on track.
You’re beating the odds right now with your current lifestyle. That’s not to say you still don’t have room for improvement, but you’re clearly making efforts to be healthy and age in a better way. These efforts are paying off but are still falling just short of what you can achieve. Consider the areas where you’re at risk, read the recommendations in the sections addressing those risks, and begin making small changes towards a healthier lifestyle to promote successful aging. Your efforts won’t be wasted. Onward and upward.
There’s room for improvement.
OK, so you’re doing well in some areas, but you’re also still at risk for issues that could inhibit your independence and quality of life. Remember, it’s never too late to make positive changes to lower your risks and put you on the road to healthy living and successful aging. Be proactive and find out the areas where you’re at risk and read the recommendations, which apply to those areas. Take small steps and you’ll improve. Just be patient, clear on what you want to achieve, and keep pressing even when you fall short. Be in it for the long haul, because that’s what you want your life to be: long and unencumbered by impairments that come with chronic disease. You can do this. Remember, it’s never too late or too early.
It’s Great That You’re Here!
Congratulate yourself on taking the first step towards true healthy living and successful aging by acknowledging there’s room for improvement. Knowing this – and specifically what you’re at risk for – puts you light years ahead of your peers. Now you can focus on the little steps it takes each day to begin living the healthy and fulfilling life you’ve always wanted. Is this something you’d like to work on?
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How many times did you feel rushed today?Correct 8 / 8 PointsIncorrect / 8 Points
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How often are you thinking about things other than what you’re currently doing?CorrectIncorrect
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Are you satisfied with the quality of your sleep?Correct 8 / 8 PointsIncorrect / 8 Points
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How many times did you laugh out loud today for longer than two seconds?CorrectIncorrect
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How long has it been since you last interacted with a child?Correct 8 / 8 PointsIncorrect / 8 Points
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How often do you worry?Correct 8 / 8 PointsIncorrect / 8 Points
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How much total time do you spend moving your body during an average day (walking, exercising, doing physical work)?CorrectIncorrect
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How many people did you share face-to-face conversations with today that lasted longer than two minutes?Correct 10 / 10 PointsIncorrect / 10 Points
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How many days last week did you learn something new or do something you’ve never done before?CorrectIncorrect
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Are you proud of your answer when someone asks how you spend your day?Correct 8 / 8 PointsIncorrect / 8 Points
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How many servings of fruit, vegetables, or nuts, do you eat most days?CorrectIncorrect
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What is the difference between your current weight and what you weighed at age 18?Correct 8 / 8 PointsIncorrect / 8 Points
Note: This is only a rough gauge of healthy weight. You were probably at a healthy adult weight at the age of 18 even though it might be different today. A better indicator of healthy weight is the Body Mass Index (BMI). You can easily calculate your BMI by using the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institutes calculator at http://www.nhlbisupport.com/bmi