While you may be busy teaching your young ones the importance of hygiene like washing their hands, or brushing their teeth, they are also imparting some wisdom to you about your health.
Here are a few health tips that you should never forget, no matter how old you are.
Always ask if you don’t know the answer
You may even question your child asks “why?” so many times. The truth is they are just curious, and you should be equally as curious, especially when it comes to your health. Become invested in your health by asking your primary care physician about health concerns such as your post nasal drip or why you’ve been taking more trips to the bathroom as of late.
Go with the flow
Speaking of bathrooms, who really has time to keep track of how many times you go to the bathroom? But if the amount of times you are heading for the bathroom becomes a nuisance, it could be a sign of a health problem that you should seek medical advice on.
Too much of anything will give you a tummy ache
You always make sure that Halloween candy doesn’t get eaten all in one night, right? The same concept applies to your wine and spirits collection. Excessive amounts of candy or alcohol is enough to give anyone a stomach ache, so don’t be so quick to indulge all at once and learn to pace yourself out.
Don’t skip breakfast
It’s been established as one of the most important meals of the day, so don’t skip out on it even if there’s not a prize at the bottom of the box. Make sure that your breakfast contains sources of fiber and protein to fuel you throughout the day.
Go to bed on time
Irregular sleep schedules can throw off your entire body, which can lead to a number of health conditions. Try sticking to a consistent sleep schedule and indulge in a good night’s rest.
Be sure to contact your primary care physician at Centennial Medical Group for any of your medical concerns. Our doctor’s office is open seven days a week, which means you don’t have to wait until Monday if a health concern arises over the weekend.
We provide tailored medical attention to make sure that any of your health concerns are properly addressed.
For more information about the services we provide, please call to speak with us at 410-730-3399.