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  • Writer's pictureGary Moller

How's your Nerves holding out these Days?

Updated: Apr 5

Health is wealth, as the adage goes, and in today's world, we're all looking for ways to secure that wealth for as long as possible. But how can we ensure enduring health? The answer might surprise you — it lies in identifying the earliest signs of disease and taking preventive action long before they become medical conditions. By the time a health issue becomes a medical condition, it may be far too late.

In a recent video, I demonstrated a simple test, and I must admit, it was exhausting — mentally, that is, because, as you can tell from my voice, the results shocked me. However, it was also enlightening in a way. But the good news is that I've recovered remarkably well and in record time.

So, what was this test all about, and why was it mentally taxing? I call it the "bottle test." It's a straightforward assessment that can help you identify hints that your nervous system might be in distress. While my example followed a bike accident (you can read about it here), it's a valuable home test that can pinpoint areas of concern but also track your progress toward excellent health.

The truth is, each of us carries disease within our bodies. For instance, did you know that we produce cancer cells every second of our lives? Fortunately, our immune system works diligently to seek out and destroy these aberrant cells. Conditions like heart disease or neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's don't develop overnight. They take decades to progress to the point where they become significant medical issues.

Here lies the problem: by the time your doctor utters those ominous words, "Houston, we have a problem," it's often too late, and your health may be plummeting like a fiery meteor.

So, what's the key to achieving enduring health? It's investing in strategies that keep you at least 20 years ahead of any potential diseases. This proactive approach to health can help make sure that you're living life to the fullest, even into your golden years, which could extend to a vibrant 110 years old.

I'm employing this strategy myself, and I'm delighted to report that it's working wonders. So, don't wait until it's too late — start investing in your health now and enjoy a lifetime of well-being and vitality.

Gary and Alofa on their bikes
Exploring Western Australia on Bikes

Remember, when it comes to your health, prevention is your best friend.

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