in an Exotic
Land By Willam Burr
Let’s take a look at some stark realities. Chronic diseases and conditions, like heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabe- tes, obesity, and arthritis are among the most common of
all health problems and they are also among the most prevent-able. It has been frequently reported that more than half of the
adults in the United States don’t meet the recommended daily
requirements for aerobic exercise or physical activity because
they’re too tired, too lazy, or lack the resources and motivation
to get off the couch. It follows that a healthy lifestyle should,
therefore, be a priority for everyone, young or old.
So, what’s the solution for those with a guilty spot on their
forehead? Would a wellness-focused community be the answer?
Living in a community that stresses wellness enhances
how people live, work, and play plus delivers a quality of life
that emphasizes health, well-being, and social connectedness.
Wellness-focused communities are designed to fulfill this life-
saving objective by creating a scenic environment where peo-
ple of all ages can have access to any level of activity, whether
they’re alone or with a group. They encourage an active life-
style, including amenities such as on-site fitness centers and
activity areas that empower residents to engage in some type
of physical activity.
Think of living in a community where outdoor living is a
Sea Horse Ranch amenities
include seaside swimming pools.