50 Inspirational Health Quotes For Men and Women
When it comes to health, all of us want to follow a healthy lifestyle, but when it comes down to actually acting on healthier choices, we do need some inspiration. There are quotes for almost everything in life then why not for health. We all know that men, women and children all of them need to be inspired to be healthy and lead a healthier lifestyle.
These Inspirational Health Quotes are even more important given our current lives, where time is sparse, problems are plentiful and choices are critical. What is more though there is no dearth of information, there is very less knowledge. The best way to overcome all this is to be inspired and motivated from within to do what is best for your health.
So here we go – a collection of quotes ranging from the profoundly true to being sarcastic to being really funny. The whole gamut has been covered, but you can be sure that you will find something in here that will set you truly and well on your path to wellness and good health.
They say health is wealth and it is true. While today medicine and means of treatment are plentiful, sadly so are diseases and poor health conditions. So use these health inspirational quotes to motivate yourself, your family, your circle of friends and even your colleagues. After all health and fitness are important at every level of life.
A good way to start with the reading of these is to browse through all of them and then pick out the ones that call out to you. Stick one health inspiring quote of each in a printed format in front of your desk, your refrigerator, your computer and your car to get you started on the health path.
Inspirational Health Quotes For Men and Women
- “Be careful about reading health books. You may die of a misprint.”
- “The individual who says it is not possible should move out of the way of those doing it.”
- “Keep your best wishes, close to your heart and watch what happens”
- “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food”
- “A fit, healthy body—that is the best fashion statement”
- “People use drugs, legal and illegal, because their lives are intolerably painful or dull. They hate their work and find no rest in their leisure. They are estranged from their families and their neighbors. It should tell us something that in healthy societies drug use is celebrative, convivial, and occasional, whereas among us it is lonely, shameful, and addictive. We need drugs, apparently, because we have lost each other.
- “The purpose of government is to enable the people of a nation to live in safety and happiness. Government exists for the interests of the governed, not for the governors.”
- “Healthy citizens are the greatest asset any country can have.”
- “We are healthy only to the extent that our ideas are humane.”
- “One rarely falls in love without being as much attracted to what is interestingly wrong with someone as what is objectively healthy.”
- “You are not a mistake. You are not a problem to be solved. But you won’t discover this until you are willing to stop banging your head against the wall of shaming and caging and fearing yourself. (p. 84)”
- “Money cannot buy health, but I’d settle for a diamond-studded
- “I promise you nothing is as chaotic as it seems. Nothing is worth your health. Nothing is worth poisoning yourself into stress, anxiety, and fear.”
- “A further sign of health is that we don’t become undone by fear and trembling, but we take it as a message that it’s time to stop struggling and look directly at what’s threatening us. ”
- “When you believe without knowing you believe that you are damaged at your core, you also believe that you need to hide that damage for anyone to love you. You walk around ashamed of being yourself. You try hard to make up for the way you look, walk, feel. Decisions are agonizing because if you, the person who makes the decision, is damaged, then how can you trust what you decide? You doubt your own impulses so you become masterful at looking outside yourself for comfort. You become an expert at finding experts and programs, at striving and trying hard and then harder to change yourself, but this process only reaffirms what you already believe about yourself — that your needs and choices cannot be trusted, and left to your own devices you are out of control (p.82-83)”
- “. . . hell is wanting to be somewhere different from where you are. Being one place and wanting to be somewhere else . . . . Wanting life to be different from what it is. That’s also called leaving without leaving. Dying before you die. It’s as if there is a part of you that so rails against being shattered by love that you shatter yourself first. (p. 44)”
- “When health is absent, wisdom cannot reveal itself, art cannot manifest, strength cannot fight, wealth becomes useless, and intelligence cannot be applied.”
- “I run because if I didn’t, I’d be sluggish and glum and spend too much time on the couch. I run to breathe the fresh air. I run to explore. I run to escape the ordinary. I run…to savor the trip along the way. Life becomes a little more vibrant, a little more intense. I like that.”
- “If we are creating ourselves all the time, then it is never too late to begin creating the bodies we want instead of the ones we mistakenly assume we are stuck with.”
- “Healing is impossible in loneliness; it is the opposite of loneliness. Conviviality is healing. To be healed we must come with all the other creatures to the feast of Creation.
- “Happiness is part of who we are. Joy is the feeling”
- “Wine is the most healthful and most hygienic of beverages.”
- “No one wakes up in the morning and says, ‘I want to gain 150 pounds and I will start right now!”
- “Freedom from obsession is not about something you do; it’s about knowing who you are. It’s about recognizing what sustains you and what exhausts you. What you love and what you think you love because you believe you can’t have it. (p. 163)”
- “I always take Scotch whiskey at night as a preventive of toothache. I have never had the toothache; and what is more, I never intend to have it.”