8 Easy Ways to Curb Health and Wellness Costs

save wellnessYour body is your greatest asset, and taking good care of it can help you live longer and better—and also avoid costly conditions, like diabetes and heart disease, down the road.

But in addition to scheduling regular visits with your M.D., there are plenty of other proactive measures you can take to keep your health in check—without sabotaging your budget in the process. We spoke to doctors, dietitians and other health care pros for their top money-saving tips for hacking costs on everything from pricey prescriptions to mind-and-body-healing massages.

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  • Molly

    As far as massage, you get what you pay for. I’ve been to both massage schools and experienced massotherapists. The students usually provided only what amounted to a 30 minute back rub. The experienced massotherapists were the only ones able to work out the knots and kinks, along with myofascial release. I guess it depends what you are looking for.

  • Gwendolyn Miner

    Also check discount sites like Groupon and Living social; I got acupuncture, Chinese body work and detox for less than $50.