Many people believe that it is easier to have a healthy lifestyle in the countryside. Others believe that there are health benefits to living in cities. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.
In modern times, some people believe that living in luxurious cities is more advantageous to maintain a healthy way of life. In contrast, others are interested in contact with the countryside for a better healthy life in future. There are both convinced of these views; however, in my opinion, Megacities outweigh the rural area for this point of discussion.
The first and foremost argument that supports my view is that people of metropolises have more comfortable health benefits owing to various availability such as multispeciality hospitals and fitness points like gyms. For instance, during an emergency or some health-conscious problem, people have lots of options for health care in cities like they can visit hospitals or medical stores which are stone throw away from their homes. Moreover, nowadays, in many urban cities, people can order medicines online due to the advancement of technology which supports their life not only to save time but also more likely to preserve their health. Secondly, many people spend their leisure time in the gym to conserve physical fitness to maintain a healthy life in urban areas by doing exercises and yoga.
On the flip side, there are some benefits for people who live in the countryside. Firstly, they can adopt fresh atmospheric air compared to cities which benefits them to live a long life. Apart from this, countryside people work on their farms and homes on a daily basis. As a result, they are more energetic and fit and have fewer health-related problems like diabetes and Asthma in the future.
To sum up, despite some advantages for people living in the countryside, I believe that they should stay in a megalopolis for better health assistance while enjoying a variety of utilities and the higher privileges of social welfare.
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