Did you know yesterday output should be today’s input. Did you know if you have urinated more than 3 liters of urine yesterday you are suppose to take more than three liters of water today. Ladies avoid using a lot of chemicals on your faces water is a solution. Continue reading How to drink water in a day.
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Non communicable diseases mostly affect persons between the age of 30-69 years. Which is the most productive age.. This has become an universal problem that has gone way beyond just affecting the economy of our nation (Kenya). Recently WHO predicted that by 2030..Non-communicable Diseases will be world’s biggest killer.. It recommends, a serious action be taken up by individuals, families, and the whole Society as well. Although personal responsibility matters.. Good intentions and support by the governments to enhance healthy living. High fat and salty foods are an easier choice for reasons of taste, cost, accessibility and preparation time. REPORTED … Continue reading PEOPLE AT HIGH RISK OF NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES
These are diseases referred to as “lifestyle diseases“. They are mainly caused by the kind of life we live. Mainly : Alcoholism Drug and substance abuse Smoking abuse as well as… Lack of physical activities. Did you know that… Non-communicable … Continue reading NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES BY FREDIE…THE DOCTOR
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Lifestyle changes to manage and prevent Heart diseases. 1. Stop smoking. 2. Control you blood pressure. 3. Regularly check cholesterol levels. 4. Diabetes to be kept under control. 5. Have regular moderate exercise. 6. Eat healthy foods. 7. Maintain a … Continue reading LIFESTYLE CHANGES TO MANAGE AND PREVENT HEART DISEASES.
Some of the common lifestyle diseases are: 1. Obesity. 2. Arteriosclerosis 3. Cirrhosis of liver. 4.Cancer. 5. Type 2 diabetes. 6. Nephritis. 7. Stroke. 8. COPD-Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Diseases. 9. Hypertension / High blood pressure. 10. Outer ear infections. (Swimmers … Continue reading COMMON LIFESTYLE DISEASES AFFECTING PEOPLE.