Marius Rimaitis on Family of doctorsDoctor, Anesthesiologist, PhD student
How to remain healthy As a doctor I often face people of the same age, but with fundamentally different health status. A 50-year-old may be in a significantly worse overall health condition than a 70-year-old. And what I have noticed is that healthier people have something in common - they do not do certain things. They: DO NOT SMOKE DO NOT USE MUCH ALCOHOL DO NOT EAT TOO MUCH That’s almost it. It is THAT SIMPLE. Just avoid things that definitely damage your body. But we tend to be weak and find excuses. Think about this before you take your morning cigarette. Or before ordering at MCdonalds. Or before drinking the second glass of wine. If this was easy we would all look and feel better. It is NOT EASY. We have to WORK to keep ourselves away from bad things. Stay motivated. Stay healthy.

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Marius RimaitisDoctor, Anesthesiologist, PhD student
Luis Tavira Jiménez, congrats on your achievements. Don’t stop!
16 days ago
Luis Tavira JiménezEstudiant
I surelly won't!
16 days ago
Lina LinkeviciuteTheatre Director [email protected] Paintings/Luxury Business Professional
It is that SIMPLE ! Absolutely agree Marius! Very well written insight !
16 days ago
Marius RimaitisDoctor, Anesthesiologist, PhD student
Lina Linkeviciute Simple, but not easy :)
16 days ago
Mangirdas AdomaitisArtificial inteligence, Data science
Marius Rimaitis good insight. But what about sleep? 🤔
16 days ago
Marius RimaitisDoctor, Anesthesiologist, PhD student
Mangirdas Adomaitis, I completely agree with your point - there are many factors that influence our health. However, my intention in this case was to point out these several problems that are so heavily widespread despite our perfect knowledge that they damage us.
16 days ago
Mangirdas AdomaitisArtificial inteligence, Data science
Makes sense. Thank you!
16 days ago
Lina LinkeviciuteTheatre Director [email protected] Paintings/Luxury Business Professional
Exact Marius not easy for so many people, but I think that these 3 habits so linked with our mental state, if you manage to take care well of the first one - when you a king of these three ones :)
16 days ago
Andrew Lim Mao TungWindows System Admin with a passion to motivate and likes Technology.
Saw your burger, picture, reminds me of a story that happens in Malaysia recently, food for taught, don't make the same mistake, unless you are rich. Enjoy. https://youtu.be/dptGjcbKF5A
15 days ago
Henry James Kemp(Very) amateur linguist, carer
Well I do the first two, but have always struggled with the last.
about 7 hours ago

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Marc McflyDigital Nomad / Language teacher (Spanish) / Farmer wannabe
Marius Rimaitis Exactly, this was not actually abandoned but my grandpa (94) hasn't been able to take care of it properly for some years now. My goal is also fixing it as to live there :)
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