Why Is Prevention Important?

Hearty Team
Oct 3, 2023

Prevention is essential for longevity. When you focus on prevention you avoid developing chronic disease and you slow aging. Unfortunately, conventional medicine is more apt to treat symptoms when they already appear, or a disease after you’ve already received a diagnosis. This way of medicine does not promote healthspan. By staying proactive about your health, you dodge waiting rooms, prescription lines and other healthcare costs. You also get more of what you enjoy – time spent with loved ones, time to appreciate quality of life, time to get more out of life and the list goes on.

Prevention is about making lifestyle adjustments that support your genes, your nutrient needs, and your overall unique health profile. Prevention makes use of:

  1. Diet
  2. Exercise
  3. Stress-reduction techniques
  4. Therapeutic healing modalities: cold therapy, sauna, etc
  5. Supplementation
  6. Regular testing
  7. Real-time health data monitoring (wearable devices)
  8. Advanced testing
  9. Technology
  10. Regular check-ups

Altogether these tools help promote health before health issues appear or worsen. Prevention gives you the power to make informed choices about your life. By understanding your risks and taking steps to combat them, you lower your chances of dealing with serious health problems. Whether it's avoiding heart disease, diabetes, or even managing stress to prevent anxiety, you hold the keys to your well-being. Staying on top of your health makes for a longer and happier life.

Must Read

How to improve poor quality sleep?
Hearty Team
Feb 9, 2023
Does cold therapy support immunity?
Dr Frank Lipman
Dec 19, 2022
Do you feel that your job disrupts your sleep?
Dr Frank Lipman
Jan 4, 2023
Does sauna usage increase healthspan?
Hearty Team
Jan 23, 2023
Is all stress bad for cognitive function?
Dr Frank Lipman
Dec 17, 2022
Brain Health
Are blueberries a superfood for the brain?
Dr Frank Lipman
Dec 1, 2022


Hearty's Experts share their experience and knowledge with you.
Gwyneth Paltrow
GOOP Founder/CEO
Bobbi Brown
Bobbi Brown Founder
Rosario Dawson
Téa Leoni
Actress and Philanthropist
Neil Parikh
Casper Co-founder
Harpreet Rai
Oura Former CEO
Andrew Orlanow
Founder of Sollis Health