Student’s Name Instructor Course Date Healthy Living Introduction A healthy lifestyle is a gateway to healthy living. The choices made every day can determine whether we will get some diseases that are associated with lifestyle. Changing the routine of our lives can transform our body sizes and even our health status. Getting enough sleep is a treatment on its own. Our dietary choices contribute to health status. Avoiding eating junk food and processed food is the first step towards becoming fit and healthy. The paper analyses some factors that Diana needs to consider for her to become healthy. Regular Exercises Diana leads a normal yet dangerous lifestyle. She weighs 180 pounds a fact that suggests that she does not engage in physical activity. Research has shown that sedentary lifestyle is not good for health (Linke et al. 2016:232-240). Diana spends she works from 6.00pm to 2.00 am in the therapy will help Diana a lot. It will help her get moral support and people she can be accountable to during the onset of her new choices. Healthy living starts with good life choices. Work cited Huynh Thuy N. The healthy eating aging and living program for older adults at union station homeless services: A grant proposal. CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY LONG BEACH 2015. Linke S. E. et al. "The relationships among physical activity sedentary behaviour obesity and quitting behaviours within a cohort of smokers in California." Public Health 141 (2016): 232-240. Lipnowski Stan et al. "Healthy active living: Physical activity guidelines for children and adolescents." Paediatrics & child health 17.4 (2012): 209. Riva Giuseppe Paolo Ajmone Marsagwan and Claudio Grassi. "Active ageing and healthy living." (2014). Steffen Mark W. et al. "Improving sleep: outcomes from a worksite healthy sleep program." Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 57.1 (2015): 1-5. [...]
Attached is the case analysis for your final project. You need to analyze the facts about the person’s lifestyle as presented and develop a strategy that will enable the person to achieve a healthy status if implemented. Your analysis needs to represent a thorough understanding of the principles and concepts as well as how to apply them. The paper needs to be a minimum of three pages of text using MLA format. Any graphs, schedules or other supportive information needs to be submitted as an addendum in addition to the three pages of text. The appropriate solutions to the issues described are related to specific information that was covered through the lectures, labs and readings that were covered over the course of the semester. I am looking for specific information presented in a logical, cogent manner.