A New Year for a New Beginning

2019 is here an this is a great time for you to begin your journey toward health and wellness! Even the small changes we make to get healthier, can have a BIG impact.

Here are a few ways to start getting healthy in small ways:

  1. Add an extra hour of sleep (set an earlier bedtime)
  2. Challenge yourself to drink at least 1 cup (8 oz.) of water ever 1 hour during the day
  3. Add fresh veggies or fruit with every meal
  4. Reduce Stress. We can't prevent what stressors occur in our life by we can control how we react to it.
  5. Try to get at least 30 minutes of exercise everyday

Need help getting started on your "health-gain" or weight loss journey?

Call us at 240-419-3865 to schedule your Eze Wellness and Weight Loss appointment.
 ** Average patient loses up to 3 pounds or more per week! **

Chinyere N. Eze, MS, PA-C Chinyere Muforo-Eze is primary medical practitioner and owner of Eze Health Center. As a licensed practitioner in Maryland, Virginia, Washington D.C. and Florida, she has extensive experience in Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Emergency Medicine/Urgent Care and Family Medicine.

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