November 30, 2022
Health & Safety

Random and Useful Health Tips

The importance of leading a healthy lifestyle cannot be overemphasized, a life free of illness might be somewhat impossible but extended periods of good health, and speedy recovery even when we fall ill because our body is in really great shape is achievable.

 

Leading a health-conscious life is the best advice anyone can give you. there are many factors beyond your control that can cause you to fall sick or develop degenerative medical conditions but there are also things you can do to reduce the risk of falling ill.

 

Today we will see a really random list of how we can live well, and promote our own health and wellbeing;

  • Drink water enough water daily, and always find ways to stay hydrated through the day.
  • Eat at least eat 2 cups of fruits daily, or as often as possible.
  • Know your health status.
  • Do not eat food you are allergic to.
  • Do not drink too much caffeine.
  • Get enough sleep daily, this helps relief stress and helps combats the illness that are stress related.
  • Exercise frequently, it is good for the heart, brain and general wellbeing.
  • Eat fiber rich food; fruits, veggies and whole grain.
  • Watch your sodium intake; canned food, processed snacks, instant noodle seasonings, salty fries…. etc. are quite notorious for high sodium content.
  • Add adaptogens to your diet, these helps the body alleviate and deal with stress both physically and mentally, it also helps immunity.
  • Watch your sugar consumption, particularly processed and refined sugar.
  • Don’t self-medicate.
  • Don’t abuse drugs.
  • Dog bite is a medical emergency, especially bites from rabid (it might be hard to tell which is perfectly healthy, get help either ways).
  • Cuts and pricks from rusty metals requires medical attention.
  • Tetanus (Lockjaw) can be gotten from cuts and it has no cure, get vaccinated and take the shots when necessary… just I already stated take cuts from rusty materials seriously and get a shot immediately if your shots aren’t up to date.
  • High temperature is not only associated with malaria or flus, it is also a sign of sepsis; this is deadly. This is another reason why you shouldn’t self-medicate.
  • Safety is directly related to health; prevention of accidents is promoting good health and wellness.
  • Do not lie to your doctors during a consultation.
  • Do not patronize quacks and facilities that to like to do the things the right way.
  • Invest in supplements and take your multivitamins seriously.
  • When you develop a severe abnormal reaction to a drug stop taking it immediately, and go back to your doctor.
  • Know your allergens, avoid them and keep some over the counter anti-histamines around for emergencies.
  • Have an emergency drug kit; your OTC pain medication, oral rehydration salts, antacids, heat balms…etc.
  • Eat antioxidant rich food.

To be continued…..

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