Mark it's the future you should worry about

Dick Coers
It's not the first 45 years that are of concern, it's the last 10. Maybe go visit a nursing home to decide how you want to take care of your health now. Keep up disregarding the concern of wood dust, and you'll finish up your life towing an oxygen tank behind you or mounted to your walker. Most can disregard just about everything towards a healthy life, until you get closer to the end. With my 86 year old Mother at end stage dementia, unable to eat by herself, never feeling the urge to drink water, tethered to the chair with an alarm so techs know when you try to get up, and not recognizing anyone. I've become much more directed to keep challenged and exercise. It's scary as hell in those warehouses of people awaiting death.

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