Staying healthy and active during winter can be challenging. Don’t Stress! If you struggled this winter, spring is soon upon us, and it’s not too late to start small- get outside as the weather improves- even if it’s just for a stroll around the block.
World Hepatitis Day takes place every year on the 28th of July. It is aimed at bringing the world together to raise awareness of viral hepatitis and the impact it has. The theme for this year is “Eliminate Hepatitis.”
Stressful lives are something many of us face on a daily bases. The more stress we have, the more try adjust to it, but we tend to put our bodies under pressure while doing this. Consistent stress can plant seeds in our bodies that may lead to serious long-term illnesses.
During the winter months, it is difficult to keep your healthy eating habits under control. With the shorter days and colder weather, we find the motivation to stay healthy and fit difficult. Take a look at the 4 tips to eating healthy this winter:
During the colder winter months, it is important to look after yourself to make sure that you do not get the common colds and flu that go around. There are many different ways in which you can prevent colds and flu, so rather take the extra precautions.
When visiting the doctor, whether it is because you kicked your toe, you have the flu or you just going for a check-up, they will always check your blood pressure. This helps the doctor closely monitor you and can detect and prevent certain illness like hypertension or heart diseases.
International Yoga day is celebrated on the 21st of June every year. It is a day to create awareness about the importance that yoga has on your health. According to Narendra Modi UN General Assembly), “Yoga is an invaluable gift of India’s ancient tradition.
The slogan this year is “Be there for someone else. Give Blood. Share life”. It is to try to encourage to care for one another and create a community which helps.
According to World Health Organisation, “The campaign aims to highlight stories of people whose lives have been saved through blood donation, as a way of motivating regular blood donors to continue giving blood, and to motivate people in good health who have never given blood to begin doing so, particularly young people.”