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Health is a weird and strange thing – even when we are in a great spell of health, we can still get struck down by illness. However, if we live a healthy lifestyle, we will give ourselves and our bodies the best chance of bouncing back. We need to be healthy so that we get the most out of our lives. Whether that’s eating well and sticking to a healthy diet, or exercising – ideally both, we should try our best to be healthy and live a rewarding and healthy lifestyle to give us the best shot of living a great life!

However, as we said – being healthy can’t save you from every issue. Walking down the street might bring pains. Even accidentally bopping your nose can cause a bunch of issues. Sometimes, this can lead to surgery to repair busted ligaments in an ankle, or even a wonky nose thanks to an accident! Surgery is almost, almost a natural part of modern life and is a way for us to fix issues to try and enjoy a more comfortable life. Certainly, serious surgery can be unavoidable as it might be something that saves a life, but most surgeries are for purposes of comfort to fix issues that could lead to debilitation later in life. Whether your surgery is needed according to experts, whether it’s there for cosmetic reasons, – whatever the reason – surgery is something that you need to prepare for. Unfortunately, you can’t just lie around and wait for it.

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Regardless of the surgery you need, you have to prepare. Firstly. you’ll have a consultation where your needs will be examined, and options will be presented to you – some of these options might be outside of surgery, and you should ideally opt for the choices that you can enact yourself to help your body before you need surgery – or to avoid it. Surgery is stressful. Sometimes, surgery can’t be achieved due to health issues, and you will be notified of this at a consultation. These might be health issues that you can modify – like weight. You’ll need to act on this so you can ensure surgery is an option.

Surgery is something with options as well – don’t pigeonhole yourself. If you feel like your consultation didn’t achieve what you want – get a second opinion before you return to give the go-ahead to surgery. If your second consultation ends up the same as your first, you’ll have a definite answer as to your options.

We must remember that surgery is a stressful process for the body. You are placed under heavy anesthetic and put to sleep, and then go under the knife. It’s not natural, and you are not suited to it. If you can avoid surgery, try to do so – but this is not always possible. Sometimes we need it to solve little niggles – but as said, you need to get ready – surgery isn’t done for fun! However, if you can prepare yourself well, your surgery might not even be that stressful!

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There are certain things we have autonomy over in our own lives, and the way we look is one of them. Sure, many other people may have an opinion about how we look and the things we do with our bodies. But the truth is, they have no right to judge – only YOU can decide how you want to look and whether it is best for you. After all, fashion and beauty are two great forms of self-expression. Conforming to looking a certain way just because it’s what other people want, may seem like the easiest option at first, but in the long-run, it won’t make you very happy. It is always best to look after number one, and if you want to change your image in a certain way, it’s entirely up to you. Here are a few examples of beauty related decisions you may find yourself at a crossroads with, and why you should nearly always take the plunge and go for it!

Hope you feel beautiful today

To dye or not to dye?

A huge proportion of people across the globe (both men and women) have dyed hair. Humans have been dyeing their hair for centuries, ever since henna was first discovered, and the market is expanding every single day. Friends and family members may protest against you dyeing your hair, as there is a common public conception that doing so can severely damage your hair. While this can be true for certain dyes, usually, if you know how to care for your dyed hair properly, there is no reason why it will become damaged. Compensate for your dyeing with regular conditioning treatments and only re-dye as and when your hair actually needs it. If you are in any doubt about your ability to safely dye your hair alone, always visit a salon for professional help.

Plastic surgery

Have a body hang-up that you are always self-conscious about can be incredibly draining. You may find that you think about it all the time and that it affects your ability to be confident in social situations – something many people with poor body-image struggle with. It may seem drastic at first, but having a procedure such as a nosejob or liposuction (depending on your own personal issue) could be a positive step towards you feeling and looking more confident. There are obviously going to be some naysayers, but as long as you have a trusted surgeon by your side, there will be nothing to worry about.

Your personal style

Fashion is all to do with taste, and everyone’s tastes differ hugely across the board. You may not like to be seen dead in some of the clothes your friends wear, but expressing this opinion is rude and unnecessary. This is why it can be incredibly irritating when other people have an opinion on your style. The best thing to do is to rise above and keep on rocking your favorite outfits. For every person out there who doesn’t appreciate your fashion sense there are two people who will, so don’t let it get you down!

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