#Health Awareness Workshops For 50+ Coffee Morning!
My workshop was a success and I booked two more workshops from it:
Please find some brief notes from workshop attached!
Topic : YEARLY ROUTINE HEALTH CHECK!
* Weight Control
* Blood Test
* Eyes Check * Blood Pressure
* PSA Check
Doing a yearly health check, especially for the 50+, will pick up many hidden medical problems and health risks that can be dealt with promptly. Having a health check is also a time to examine your lifestyle and see what improvement you can make.
*Routine urine checks pick up Diabetes, Kidney Problems and other hidden health problems
* Being obese can lead to health problems such as: Hight Blood Pressure, High Cholesterol,
Diabetes and other health problems.
*Taking care of your eyes is often ignored, resulting in people losing their sight and needing
glasses. By doing a yearly eyes check you can discover hidden eye conditions such as. Retinal Detachment, Glaucoma, Cataracts and Muscular Dengeneration.
*High blood pressure is a risk factor for stroke and heart attacks.
*Routine blood tests reveal so many hidden health problems. High Cholesterole level, Diabetes, Anemia, Low B12 and Vitamin D levels which can cause major health problems in your body
especially for the 50+.
*Please remember when checking your blood to ask your doctor to check your B12 and Vitamin D level.
*For example low B12 level can cause : Anemia, Mood Swings, Dizziness, Depression, Heart palpitations, Pin and Needles, Breathlessness, Decline Memory and Numbness. These are only some of the health problems.
*For example low Vitamin D level can cause::High Blood Pressure, Osteoporosis, Muscule Pain, Fatigue, Poor Mental Function, Weak Immune System. These are only some of the health
*So if you are feeling unwell with any of these symptoms , please visit your doctor for your routine health checks.
* Three things you must do daily if you can.
* Drink a small glass of water as you get out of bed and one glass before each meal. or snacks to keep your body hydrated, lack of water can make you ill.
*Do some form of exercise, daily, walking, climbing stairs, swimming or dancing, and any other activity you enjoy.
* Use your brain daily by reading, playing games, puzzles and doing, what you love to do use any activity that will keep your brain busy active and happy.
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