There are some illnesses and injuries that are neither life threatening nor particularly treatable. In these cases the frustrating answer from health specialists is rest, eat good food, and, in general, take good care of yourself. Recovery never seems to be as fast as we would like it to be. I do however enjoy the side benefit of being forced to create new, healthier habits and hopefully drop some old, less healthy ones. Try as we might we all have vices, proclivities, weaknesses, and things we simply just don't like to do. But when it comes down to it, our day to day choices are the single most important thing for our health, make them good ones.
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