I recommend you continue to play sports, this is the best preventive therapy that can advise you and that will also help you rest better at night.
So my doctor talked during the annual check-up meeting: sport without ifs and buts. And when it comes to sports, we don't mean …
I recommend you continue to play sports, this is the best preventive therapy that can advise you and that will also help you rest better than night.e.Cos my doctor speaks during the annual check-up meeting: sport without if and without but. And when it comes to sports, you don't want to prepare to run the New York marathon, but you don't even participate in the county weightlifting championship.
Sport means movement, walking, climbing stairs, using a bicycle: in short, everything that takes us away, at least temporarily, from the sofa or desk, where we spend most of our days. And if sport means health, then, it also means less insurance costs. Or, at least, it should.
In a health system still based on the monthly payment of a policy which, in turn, provides for a deductible at the expense of the insured who can even reach $ 500 a year, it is easy to understand how obtaining a reduction of these figures is a highly sought-after thing.
The deductible, to understand, the maximum ticket annual payment must be made before the insurance begins to guarantee 100% free assistance. It is not difficult, therefore, to imagine that the insurance incentive plan, Pact Health, which will start in December in Massachusetts, and then expand to other states, is destined to have great success.
The simple principle: you promise to play sports and make a deal that consists of specifying the time and type of training you have in mind and the insurance gives you a $ 5 discount on your deductible. If, however, the promise is not kept, then the 5dollarisaranno will not be earned but will become an additional expense for the insured.
Keeping faith in your commitments possible save up to $ 1300 per year on medical expenses: more than interesting. Pact Health the extension of a very successful app, note how Gym Pactwhich allows users to earn (or lose) money by committing to training at least 3 times during the week.
If you do not keep the promise, the ax will be knocked down and from our account (you must connect a credit card or a PayPal account) from which 5 or 10 dollars are deducted, depending on the details established at the start. The idea of linking this principle to health insurance, therefore, is absolutely brilliant because it could become the fundamental push to set in motion a country that is still too sedentary.
Personally I have just downloaded the application and promised to train three times a week, which I already do regularly. Earn money by winning a healthy bet, however, it seems like an irresistible thing: much more than the thousands of costume tests that leave the time they find.