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1) The commonest factor that puts people off a healthier lifestyle is the 'all or none' principle.

This is what I have learnt after dealing with lifestyle diseases for over 5 years and having faced certain issues of my own.

I will explain this in my tweet.
2) What is the 'all or none' aka AON principle?

It is the presumption that you have to follow the diet/gym/morning walk schedule EXACTLY as it is.

If you don't complete it, there is no benefit.
3) This AON principle, in my humble opinion, pertains to medication only.


If you are taking meds for lifestyle diseases (LD) --> you are in the 2ndary prevention phase where you aim to prevent COMPLICATIONS! Image
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A question a day! Questions you always wanted to ask your friendly #neuromuscular doc. #neurology #medtwitter #MedEd #medstudent #neurologyresident Short answers only. Join me in discussing/learning/educating with #passion and #humor @WNGtweets @AANEMorg @AANMember
Let’s do more on #myastheniagravis. Q: Doc doc. Patient’s AchR antibodies are super sky high. It’s a crisis! She’s a crisis! We are a crisis!
A: Ain’t no mountain high enough. Them antibody titers don’t correlate with severity or response to treatment - they are good for diagnosis is all. #allornone
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