Good morning to one and all present here. Today, I’ll be giving a short speech on the topic ‘health is wealth’.
This is a proverb that we must be all too familiar with. Even Mahatma Gandhi has said, “It is health that is real wealth, not pieces of gold and silver.”
Indeed, remaining healthy must be our number one priority in life. In pursuit of higher studies, jobs, and careers, we often tend to forget this fact and fail to take good care of our bodies. This, we must all remember, will in turn result in drastic consequences.
Some repercussions of being too immersed in work include straining the eyes and developing vision problems, developing a hunch on account of bad posture and other ailments pertaining to the backbone, and sleeplessness induced by stress. Stress, in fact, is the major cause of many health issues.
We must consciously take a break from our work and exercise. We must also practice yoga, eat well, and stay hydrated.
Remember to put health first!