Health sciences are too often reactive practices.
They could probably improve with some first principles thinking.
Like our Physicist friends do.
Take a rocket ship, how well would it fly if a Physicist forgot about incorporating gravity into the design?
“But that would be silly, they’d never forget gravity!”
A launch wouldn’t be very impressive if they did.
Just as gravity is a pillar force in getting rockets off the ground, if you want to improve or maintain your health, there are pillar forces you should pay attention to.
A rocket needs good fuel. So does your body. Whole foods, mostly plants, not too much.
A rocket that doesn’t move isn’t very helpful. Neither is a body that hasn’t moved in a while. Bend so you don’t break, every day.
And a rocket can’t (yet) operate at full capacity mission after mission without rest and repair. Neither can you function without adequate sleep and recovery. Quantity, 9-7 hours and quality, dark room, no caffeine after within 8-hours of sleep.
Food, movement, sleep. If a Physicist designed a healthcare protocol for themselves, these would be as important as gravity is for rocket design.