Christmas has come and gone, and while we reminisce on the delights of the season – delicious food, family gatherings, vacations – we often spend some time at the end of the year to do some self-reflection. Looking back at the year, we celebrate our accomplishments, identify the things we could have improved upon, and plan for the year ahead. This is usually the time people make new year’s resolutions – goals they want to achieve in the coming year.
Habits are hard to break, but if you are serious about being healthy, things like smoking and drinking must be eliminated from your lifestyle, or at least reduced. We’ve looked at this topic on several occasions here on the diGBlog. Knowledge is power, so take a look at the important information below: