Microcirculation plays a crucial role in our overall health, influencing blood flow through the tiniest vessels in our circulatory system. Did you know that by age 20, 40% of microcirculation to the skin is lost? By age 40, this could rise to nearly 80%, leading to compromised microcirculation and inflammation in the body.

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Chronic Metabolic Disease

It is now imperative that we recognize metabolic disease as a pandemic and urgently prioritize preventive measures to halt its expansion.

Chronic Metabolic Disease is a cluster of conditions that can include hypertension, high blood sugar, a large waistline, and together increase your risk of heart disease, stroke, and Type 2 diabetes.

Wellness Academy USA has developed an intervention and behavioral prevention program and treatment modalities to mediate, and possible reverse Chronic Metabolic Disease through in-person and remote board-certified health & wellness coaching.

The five factors of metabolic syndrome: hypertension; low levels of HDL, i.e., “good cholesterol,” elevated triglycerides, high blood sugar, and a large waistline. Metabolic syndrome is defined as having at least three of these conditions.

We absolutely can help people through Wellness Academy USA four 4 pathways – diet, (whole foods), physical activity, (steps), restorative sleep, (7-8 hours), and positive mindset, (happiness, gratitude, positive affirmations, mindfulness, set simple Smart goals), and our unique treatment modalities.

A common misconception is that metabolic health is determined by a person’s weight or body mass index (BMI). Many individuals can have metabolic disease even at a healthy body weigh and then there are people who are overweight who may maintain excellent metabolic health if they engage in healthy lifestyle habits and self-care.

When your metabolism is imbalanced, it can lead to many health problems including metabolic syndrome, increasing the risk of diabetes, heart disease, and even neurodegenerative illnesses such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

Being proactive to prevent and or improve your metabolic conditions involves a little time every day for self-care, regular monitoring of your health and making lifestyle adjustments that nature intended like eating non-processed whole foods, walking daily, sound sleep and being positive and optimistic about life with a little smile for dessert!

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Self-care refers to activities and practices that we can engage in on a regular basis to improve health, which includes better nutrition, more physical activity, restorative sleep strategies, and a more positive mindset to reduce stress, all enhance short and longer-term well-being.

The concept of self-care remains unprecise due to the difficulty integrating the diverse definitions developed over time across disciplines.

Never has the concept of self-care been more relevant than in the context of an escalation of chronic and communicable diseases, with a massive impact on healthcare systems worldwide.

It is crucial to formulate the defining attributes, antecedents, and consequences of self-care to provide clinicians, researchers, and patients with the ability to communicate clearly with one another and establish well-defined lines of responsibility.

The ability to care for oneself through awareness, self-control, and self-reliance in order to achieve, maintain, or promote optimal health and well-being. Chronic disease patients ultimately spend more time managing their conditions and providing self-care than they spend with their providers.

Legitimizing this realization as an equal aspect of medical care within the context of chronic disease reinforces the importance of disseminating this information to both professional and lay audiences. Self-care is an active decision-making process that enables people to effectively engage in their care.


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