The medical expense budget can be radically reduced
The United States spends more than any other developed country in the world on medical expenses. According to the National Health Expenditure Data (NHE), NHE grew by 4.6% to $3.6 trillion in 2018, or $11,172 per person, and accounted for 17.7% of Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
Prescription drug spending increased by 2.5% to $335 billion in 2019, significantly faster than the 1.4% growth rate in 2017.
While the United States spends more on health care than any other country, it is not achieving comparable performance metrics. A large burden is due to higher rates of chronic disease and incidences of obesity as a contributing factor.
In addition, according to the Commonwealth Fund brief, the U.S. has the highest chronic disease burden (e.g., diabetes, hypertension) and an obesity rate that is two times higher than Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) average.
As far as the proportion of medical spending in Korea's budget, it is still less than that of other developed member countries of the OECD the United States (44.3%), United Kingdom (45.8%), France (54.3%) and Germany (57.8%).
However, considering how Korea has the fastest aging population in the world, in order to maintain the current national health care system, half of the overall budget would go to medical spending by the year 2030.
A source from the Ministry of Economy and Finance said, “the system is set for medical spending to increase automatically by 7-8% per year due to the aging population.” That is how much the reserve financial power that could potentially be invested into the growth of the economy is rapidly decreasing.
A greater problem is the quality of life for the family of the chronic illness patient. Having just one patient in the home can cause the family’s financial situation to slump because of all of the medical expenses, and the whole family must help care for the patient, in addition to the price of opportunity lost if the patient cannot work. All of these keep happiness at arms length from the home.
However, a radical solution can stop money from being wasted on medical expenses. Any national insurance program or private insurance company can embrace the compound activation enzyme and incorporate the Health Recovery Program into the system.
If chronic illnesses are stopped before they happen with the Health Recovery program, the taxpayers’ valuable money will not need to be spent on medical bills, and the happiness index of citizens will increase overall.
There is no other method that can be so effective in taking responsibility for the health of the public. I hope the restrictions on the compound activation enzyme as a health food category will end. When a person's health goes bad, it is as difficult to recover as a “runaway cow”
Ten Habits for a Healthy Lifestyle Coaching
1.Breath: Taking good breaths
*In general, your body receives fresh oxygen and releases carbon dioxide through breathing.
If you stop breathing for about 4 minutes, you may pur your life at risk.
*You should lengthen your breathing as long as possible through the use of your stomach
*Moving your chest and/or shoulders while breathing, short breaths,
or back breathing will reduce your overall health.
*Try to get fresh air whenever possible.
2.Water: Drinking water properly
*Water plays a vital role to your health, therefore, not drinking water for more than 4 days will put your life at risk. *Water is a cleaning agent. Drinking a lot of water will help excrete waste and purify your blood.
*When drinking water, drink often between meals. Consume about 1,800ml
(135lbs; amount will vary by weight) per day.
*Drink 30 minutes before meals to 2 hours after meals to digest food properly.
3.Sunlight: Getting sunlight
*Sunlight is the source of energy and life for our bodies. Get sunlight for about 30 minutes a day-spring to fall
*Sunlight helps to convert cholesterol into vitamin D, helps to absorb calcium,
and strengthens your bones and teeth. It also helps to strengthen your back.
*Sunlight increases lymphocytes and phagocytes, increasing the body's resistance to infection.
*When your skin is exposed to sunlight, your hormones are increased, activating serotonin hormones.
This helps to relieve stress. If you are struggling with obesity, walk in the shade.
*Sunlight strengthens the skin and helps you resist various infections.
4.Food: Eating right
*Meals should be taken regularly at 5-6 hour intervals.
*Try to refrain from snacking, including late night snacking, and overeating.
*Intake uncooked and heated foods at a ratio of 5:5 or 6:5 (enzymes are killed at 43-45˚C(109.4-113˚F heat). *Eat enzyme-fruit-vegetable-protein OR enzyme-fruit-vegetable-carbohydrates
(Do not mix protein and carbohydrates together. Chew fruit one at a time and peel it).
You should eat whole grains, such as brown rice and/or whole wheat flour.
*If you cannot digest grains such as brown rice, start gradually with white rice and beans.
*Side dishes (5-6 kinds) should be changed regularly, chew 30-100 every time before swallowing.
*Consume algae, green vegetables, and legumes often.
5.Exercise: Exercising regularly
*When you move your body often, blood flow increases, as well as the transition of nutrients to cells.
In addition, cardiopulmonary and visceral functions are improved, muscles are strengthened,
and hormone secretion becomes smooth.
*When walking 10cm faster than the stride width, digestion is promoted,
visceral fat is reduced, and the lower body is strengthened.
*Your body and mind become healthy when you move. Do squats, push-ups,
planks, dumbbells, and other exercises every day for 15-30 minutes a day.
6.Rest: Getting enough rest
*Although the body regenerates bodily functions during sleep, you must still rest at least one day a week.
*Sleeping 1 hour before midnight is healthier and more beneficial than sleeping 2 hours after midnight. *Sleep at least from 10PM-6AM to relieve fatigue and alleviate illness.
*Even during the day, it is essential to give your head and body a break for yourself.
7.Moderation: Virtues of temperance
*Avoid the intake of alcohol, tobacco, and coffee.
*In the case of a sick patient, the function of the body gradually improves
only when the lifestye change is performed, and immunity and homeostasis gradually improve
when all of the suggested coaching are observed.
8.Thankfulness: Having a thankful heart
*Stress damages our health by destroying our body's chemical engineer. Therefore,
we must live with thankfulness and optimistic minds. Always express thankfulness.
*Looking down rather than looking up can motivate you.
*Do not be overwhelmed with competition, such as comparing yourself to others.
*Love your surroundings to activate healthy hormones.
9.Body Temperature: Warming your body
*Keep your body temperature at 37˚C(98.6˚F) at the least.
*A high body temperature activates the enzymes in the body and helps to boost your immune system.
*Keep your body warm with regular exercise and by strengthening your muscles.
*From time to time, keep your body warm by having foot baths, using thermal spas, and/or steam baths.
10.Cleansing: Regular human cleansing
*In order to use our cars or houses for a long time, we regularly have to make repairs and clean.
In the same way, the body must be cleaned more than once a year.
*Human (bodily) cleansing is the surest way to restore and maintain health
through the balance of empying and refilling.
*As a technician needs to repaire and clean, replenishment of the corresponding
protoype engine is necessary. Enzyme supplementation is the key to maintaining youth and vitality.