But what is a healthy lifestyle in practice?
In all likelihood you will now be arguing, between yourself, that the habits which you adopt – by personal conviction or social convention - are not always applicable to both your private life and your professional routine and that, in any case, it is often easier said than done.
Objections rejected. Eating well, moving from time to time and working on one's weak points are not too ambitious activities, if anything they represent a challengeto oneself: the precious prerequisites for a daily life made up of satisfaction, stability and problem solving.
A healthy lifestyle is that approach capable of giving us back our centre of gravity, of showing us the importance of a balanced behaviour, of making us feel good even when external agents (arguments between colleagues, family dramas, company implosions and catastrophic astral alignments) try to prevent this in all possible ways. It is the cause of well-being, the effect of knowing our limits and our goals. And when it involves both body and mind, there is no possible complication.