Most people have a sense of what they feel their limits are.
This could be related to love, happiness, wealth, success and health. We often think about what will happen in the future, how far we will advance in our jobs and how good our health will be. Depending on your lifestyle, you may believe you will live a long and healthy life or you could believe that your health will decline at a certain stage. Having a health-related upper limit problem can cause issues since we should be looking after our physical and mental health as best we can.
1. You don’t bother getting help when something is wrong
If you’re somebody who won’t see the doctor or ask for help until things get really bad to the point you start panicking, you may have a health-related upper limit problem. People have upper limit problems regarding their physical health and also their mental health. You might believe that you deserve to suffer, or that health professionals won’t be able to help you anyway because this is just how things are.
“Don’t limit your challenges. Challenge your limits.” – Anonymous
2. You don’t prioritize your own health
You exercise sometimes and eat relatively well, but your health isn’t your number one priority. This could be because you have a health-related upper limit problem but you don’t have limits in other aspects of your life and therefore choose to concentrate on those. Your own health should always be among your top priorities. While some health problems cannot be prevented, many can be avoided through self-care and a healthy lifestyle.
3. You don’t believe you’re someone who can be fit and active
Maybe you’ve always felt unfit, and you think this is just the way your life will continue. Surely it’s too late now and there’s nothing you can do about it anyway. You’ve reached your limit, or you’re nearly at the point you feel your limit is, and those people who lead healthy and active lifestyles are just too far out of your league.
“The only way of discovering the limits of the possible is to venture a little way past them into the impossible.” – Arthur C. Clarke
4. You put your health in jeopardy
This could be through overeating, undereating, or any other problems related to eating disorders. It could also be intentionally avoiding exercise, eating things you know aren’t good for you or that you’re allergic to, as well as other factors such as drug abuse or regularly exceeding the recommended level of alcohol intake. (I've been there – read my story of alcohol and narcotic abuse, here)
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