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4 Easy Ways to Assess Your Well-Being

Wellness Measures You Can Track on SparkPeople

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  • I really enjoyed this article..It is very helpful !! - 10/7/2016 11:22:40 PM
  • A_NEW_SONG
    It is a little late for this lady. BUT, I am going to make the best of what health I have left and do the best I can to help others be what they are able to be with the state their they may be in for now, doing all they can to maintain. Do what you can. These are very good tips. Thank you. - 9/21/2016 12:32:40 PM
  • Stress is a big problem for me. It is so easy to feel overwhelmed when things don't go according to plan. And then my sleep suffers because of it. I like the idea of tracking my stress level. By being more mindful of it perhaps I can think of strategies to reduce the stress in my life.
    - 8/16/2016 9:16:55 AM
  • Thank you, those are good points! - 7/29/2016 11:47:35 AM
  • HAN130155
    Yes, I understand all e comments and suggestions.
    BUT
    Then life gets in the way.
    How can you keep on top of stress if it can't be planned?
    How do you know when exercise is too little or too much?
    How do you know if everyday chores like gardening are as effective or more effective then gym class.
    How do you gym exercise if funds don't stretch to them

    Life would be wonderful if everything was easy - 6/1/2016 1:54:56 AM
  • SAMUELS15
    Keep up the hard work everyone! I lost 84 lbs using SparkPeople and I am trying to lose a little more. Start with little changes but be consistent and then work your way up. When I started exercising I only did so for 10 mins a day and some of those where in a chair. Also, keeping track of calories even w/o making a change will help as you become more aware of what you are eating. Keep going!
    - 12/9/2015 9:27:31 AM
  • Really nice article--thank you for sharing this! I will bookmark it to remember to do daily assessments. - 12/9/2015 8:03:48 AM
  • JEAN_0817
    Hello, I have just joined this group and looking forward to losing some weight and getting back into shape. I had extensive back surgery in 2013, hence the weight gain. I Need to lose at least 20 pounds. - 7/13/2015 11:50:22 AM
  • NORVANNE
    I am trying to get to 124 lbs. where I should be at 5'2". I started at 148 and I went to 143 now I am up to 146. I try to exercise everyday and eat right. I have so many stomach issues that most food makes me sick so I don't always eat the allotted calories. I am so discouraged. - 7/14/2014 10:51:17 AM


    You must be my twin diet-wise anyway. I'm 5'2" and see-sawing between 148 and 152 lbs. I'm aiming for 136, which will take me out of the "obese-zone". It's so frustrating when we don't see results that match our efforts! But knowing we're not alone, and measuring progress outside of the bathroom scale, will take us there. Hey, we're still considered "petite"! ;-) - 10/23/2014 2:17:56 PM
  • PHIGGY
    About 2 weeks ago my blood work showed chol and tri's UP, "again". It's time they came down. My efforts, or rather, non efforts, are upsetting. So, here I am Spark People, changing those old habits, and starting my healthy eating, and weight loss on a "weekend", rather than waiting for Monday. I've seen many Mondays go bye, and no change in me. I bought a NIKE shirt with the logo, Just Do It. Something has to spark with me, I am a br cancer survivor, and wish to stand with that statement, indefinitely. Let's start!!
    - 9/14/2014 9:57:25 AM
  • JCOOPER47
    I am trying to get to 124 lbs. where I should be at 5'2". I started at 148 and I went to 143 now I am up to 146. I try to exercise everyday and eat right. I have so many stomach issues that most food makes me sick so I don't always eat the allotted calories. I am so discouraged. - 7/14/2014 10:51:17 AM
  • ANADSEWIL
    DebbieFou - Don't be down on yourself! You lost 28 lbs! Have you ever picked up 28 lbs.? It's definitely noticeable! Keep it up! You can do it! - 6/24/2014 2:52:22 AM
  • DEBBIEFOU
    On November 2013 I my doctor recommended the Bariatric surgery. I am well over 100 pounds over my recommended weight. I went up for the review. I went to the nurses pre op in February and in May 5 I was up for blood test and appointments with a medicinal internist, a psychiatrist, a Dietitian and a Behavioral nurse. At the beginning I had the support of my family after all this now they are changing there mind. Anyway I am trying to follow the rules and steps for diet. (they want to make sure you will be able to follow the rules for after the surgery). The first week I lost 10 lbs. This week I only lost 1 which really makes me feel very discourage. I have to go back in August to show them how I am doing. My family is hoping I will be able to loose the weight before the surgery so I won't go through with it. I so want to get off so many medication. I have high blood pressure, i'm a type 2 diabetic , I have a whole slew of medical issues along with Fibromyalica . At the beginning I started at 240 lbs back in November at my appointment in May I was at 212lbs now I set at 202lbs. My goal is 140lbs even though I should be at 110 lbs for my small bone frame and 5'1" height . I feel that since I just turned 60 yrs of age i will be happy at 140 don't want to look to old . But I am really down on my self - 5/18/2014 9:04:36 AM
  • AUNTIEALAMT
    I weigh 193 pounds. I need to follow doctor's orders to lose 20 pounds but have tremendous limitations because of serious surgery and I don't know where to begin. However, I will begin walking on the treadmill. - 5/3/2014 4:06:41 PM
  • Don't Quit. You just keep doing your best...change things up a bit if you have to,..but never ever quit, Rome was not built in day. We need to remember there are no quick fixes. You can till get to your target goal soon enough. Stay Strong. - 4/10/2014 4:44:44 AM

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