After I identify my unique health risks, how do I go about making changes?

Let’s be honest, changing long standing habits is hard. A good first step, once you have identified your risks, is to meet with your health provider to discuss specific and measurable goals for reducing them.

After that, everything is totally in your control. It really is as simple as deciding that you will behave differently and then actually doing so. It’s a pact that you make with yourself. It’s not about anyone else, and no one else is responsible for the choices that you make or how you behave.

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