Did you know:
1. Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S., affecting 40 million adults in the United States age 18 and older, or 18.1% of the population every year.
2. Anxiety disorders are highly treatable, yet only 36.9% of those suffering receive treatment.
3. Anxiety disorders develop from a complex set of risk factors, including genetics, brain chemistry, personality, and life events.
Many who deal with anxiety may experience affects on the body as well as the mind. In addition to worrying and feeling nervous, many may experience changes in the immune function, circulatory system, and other areas. Anxiety may also be caused by physical conditions and may increase the risk for certain disorders.
Understanding the physical effects of anxiety can help you heal your mind and body. Talk with your doctor about your individual concerns and learn to manage stress so you can enjoy greater physical comfort and peace of mind.
Life Insurance can be used to - Pay for funeral costs, Help pay the daily bills, living expenses, & children’s education, Pay off outstanding mortgage, Continue a family business, Protect a spouse’s retirement plans, Or even create a retirement option. Talk to an insurance agent today to discuss which type of insurance is best for you. #actioneastagency#lifeinsurance#wholelife#termlife#universallife#insurance
0 122 days ago
Myth Eight: I can’t afford life insurance.
Truth: Some types of insurance are affordable for ANY situation.
Certain types of coverage - such as Whole or Universal life insurance - are more expensive forms of insurance. These policies usually have an investment portion and cash value, and the lifetime coverage is more expensive.
However, Term life insurance - for 10, 20 or 30 year terms - does not have a savings or investment component, and it is generally the most affordable of all the life insurance products. It is a popular choice because it’s cheaper.
You insure your car. You insure your house. Why not insure your life? You’ll protect your family...and your assets. Let us help you compare term life insurance quotes today.
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What Is High Blood Pressure?
1) Blood pressure is the force of blood pushing against blood vessel walls. It is measured in millimeters of mercury (mmHg).
2) High blood pressure (HBP) means the pressure in your arteries is higher than it should be. Another name for high blood pressure is hypertension.
High blood pressure increases your risk for the following dangerous health conditions:
1) First heart attack: About 7 of every 10 people having their first heart attack have high blood pressure.
2) First stroke: About 8 of every 10 people having their first stroke have high blood pressure.
3) Chronic (long lasting) heart failure: About 7 of every 10 people with chronic heart failure have high blood pressure.
4) Kidney disease is also a major risk factor for high blood pressure.
Other High Blood Pressure Facts:
1) About 75 million American adults (32%) have high blood pressure—that’s 1 in every 3 adults.
2) About 1 in 3 American adults has prehypertension—blood pressure numbers that are higher than normal—but not yet in the high blood pressure range.
3) Only about half (54%) of people with high blood pressure have their condition under control.
4) High blood pressure costs the nation $48.6 billion each year. This total includes the cost of healthcare services, medications to treat high blood pressure, and missed days of work.
Make sure you get your blood pressure checked regularly and treat it the way your doctor advises. Click the link for a log that can be used to monitor your numbers.
0 13 days ago
(1 of 3 is cancelled. We both have term) We cancelled Alma’s Variable Universal Life policy. I share often that I really like term insurance to protect your family early on. Other products have “living benefits” and could last much longer than term but the amount you should fund such a policy is much greater if you want to do it the right way. •
We were funding this policy at $60/month which is okay but not great. We may replace Alma’s current Term policy with a slightly larger face amount and extend the term about 5 years since she’s had it 5 years. This change, may add $10/month. But since we’ve removed $60/month towards this we’ll have $50 to throw into investments. We’ve kept this policy open because cancelling it and adding $60 per month to our savings rate when we already save $3500 per month wasn’t all that exciting. It’s such a small amount comparative but we talked about it and decided we just want to have the policies we like the most and get our $ to go where we want it. Remember though, there are many different tools you can use to retire. The most important thing is that you’re investing heavily. If we put $800/month in this life insurance product, we would have a lot of money over time. It’s less about us the policy right or wrong and more about the % in which you save and invest. Living below your means and throwing tons of cash at investments of any sorts is what will get us to great places in retirement. For us, it’s term and invest the rest. •
One of my favorite activities to do is deliver a life insurance policy. It is truly a life changing experience. If you don't have life insurance outside your job, consider it today. Don't let your last expense become someone else's first expense.
Family is everything we all love our families and want to make sure that we are always there for them. If something happened to you how would your family survive? Can your wife or husband take care of everything if your not there? Tbink about it a life insurance policy ensures thst your family has everything they need in case something happens to you. If you want more information DM me I can help you find the right policy for you and your family.
There are 3 life insurance policies you need to consider. Which one would be best suited for your family needs, is really up to you. It is the job of an expert like myself to guide through those steps, here are the 3 life insurance policies we have today:
1. Term life insurance "Term life insurance or term assurance is life insurance that provides coverage at a fixed rate of payments for a limited period of time. If the life insured dies during the term, the death benefit will be paid to the beneficiary." The options are 10, 20, 30 yrs.
2. A return of premium (ROP) life insurance policy means that when the term of your life insurance policy is up and you're still alive, you get the amount you put in as premiums returned to you, tax free. If you paid $50 a month for a 10-year term, you get $6,000 back.
3. Permanent life insurance combines a death benefit with a savings portion, allowing policies to build a cash value, against which the policy owner can borrow funds or, in some instances, withdraw cash to help meet needs such as paying for a child's college education or covering medical expenses.