CapreLife Global’s Ceo is from Australia, lived in NY, Chicago and now Detroit

CapreLife Global’s Ceo is from Australia, lived in NY, Chicago and now Detroit

CapreLife Global’s Ceo is from Australia, lived in NY, Chicago and now Detroit

CapreLife Global’s CEO tells us to live to the fullest. There is always something to explore, something to see and never-ending possibilities. It’s also important to make sure you’re taking chances and feeling that you have lived. “Being from Australia, and then living in NYC, Chicago and now Detroit — I consider myself to be pretty well acquainted with travel and some cities. It’s great to be in an industry that allows travel for business and leisure just becomes a part of it,” says the CEO of CapreLife Global. There are various perks to travel that science proves to be valid. Many people assume that living in different cities over the span of their life and moving around too much causes a restless mind. That’s on the contrary, being able to live in different cities is a privilege and gift. “Experiencing the vibe, different cultures and ways of living everyday life is something special,” says the CEO of CapreLife Global.

 

One of the reasons why travel/living in different cities is beneficial is that it generally makes you healthier. Travel will decrease your risk of heart disease. When we’re away from home, it creates a type of tension release and less anxiety. Think of it this way, when you take a vacation — are you stressed out and worrying about what’s going on at home? Or do take vacations to relax and get away? It’s a break basically from your everyday life, and studies show that individuals that traveled more often were less likely to have a heart attack or develop heart disease.

 

Another great reason is that travel keeps your immune system boosted. When we’re always in one environment, we’re acquainted with only one type of exposure. Being around different cities and environments means that our immune system is always challenged and being used to different things. “Studies even indicate that your body adapts to new bacteria in new places making you stronger,” says the CEO of CapreLife Global. Overall, the benefits of travel outweigh the negative aspects of it. We recommend taking any and every chance to see other places, live in different cities — and be the best version of yourself.

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