“What have I done in the past 2 years?” As we start to regain our normal lives after over two years in the restrictive pandemic, we begin to look back at the things we did while under strict community quarantine measures. Surely, we made some adjustments then on how we did things amid the lockdown and restrictions. Many have started to adjust quickly and find jobs, some have finished their schooling, and others have made strides in their future plans.
Yes, life goes on. Sometimes these changes seem overwhelming, but we know that success and wellness do not come in a day.
As we are on our way to a new normal, we should not forget to pursue habits that would be good for our future selves. It’s alright that we do these habits little by little, especially those that improve our health!
May it be for short term or long term, these small habits can protect our health. Take for example the case of stroke, which is the second leading cause of death worldwide. This disease is not just because of old age. It is often from a buildup of other health problems that we should also be on the watch for – hypertension, heart disease, obesity, and much more!
But even if we or someone we know has had a stroke, the same logic applies. Steady habits can keep them on the road to recovery, and even help protect them from future strokes. Whether you are starting out on your health journey or helping a loved one recover from a stroke, steady habits can definitely help in the long run.
Primarily, you need to check your lifestyle. What do you do or eat every day? Those who often eat processed, fatty, or sugary foods and those who smoke or drink are at a higher risk for stroke and other cardiovascular diseases. It would also do you well to monitor your blood pressure — hypertension isn’t known as “the silent killer” for no reason. Some people who have high blood pressure aren’t even aware of it until they start experiencing the severe health conditions related to it.
Of course, be wary of symptoms of a stroke such as sudden dizziness, numbness on one side of the face, loss of balance, and difficulty speaking. Seek medical attention immediately if you experience thses signs and symptoms!
That is why it is very important to practice healthy habits if you want to prevent a stroke, or care for those on the road to stroke recovery. These include staying away from meat products, eating more fruits and vegetables, and staying fit through simple home workouts or yoga.
Dr. Sonny Viloria, integrative medicine specialist, advises that those recovering from a stroke must also move their body and practice moving around even outside physical therapy, so that their muscles stay well and functional. These small steps can help keep you and your loved ones healthy!
Dr. Viloria also emphasizes taking Organique Acai Premium Blend, an all-natural mix of antioxidants and vitamins that can help keep your body strong and healthy. Studies show that this “authentic superfood supplement” can help reduce bad cholesterol and help keep illness away. It is also safe to take alongside medication; you just need to take one shot glass a day before breakfast. Combined with treatment, Organique Acai Premium Blend can be your help in stroke recovery and daily wellness!
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