With our life today full of pollution and unwanted chemicals in our food, diseases and syndromes are not unlikely to spontaneously appear in the new medical diagnostics of our friends, family and ourselves. Moreover, getting diagnosed with a terrible disease surely is daunting and unfortunately, disheartening. A lot of people feel sad when diagnosed, to the point of actually thinking of killing themselves. These people believe that their curable disease is incurable, or their incurable disease is the end of their life. However, these diseases should not stop you from living your life to the fullest. We can still fight and live our lives healthier! Do these things, and you will see.
Take your medicine
One thing that you can do is to read about tips for managing your medication and drink your medicine as prescribed by your doctor. A number of those tips include putting your pills in a container with dates on them so you can remember the frequency of your intake, preventing you from ever forgetting to take one. You can also get help from your relatives to remind you of your drug ingestion. Most importantly, included here is the rule that you should always buy medicine that is legalized by the government.
Whether or not you are eight years old or seventy-five years old, exercise will genuinely help you release toxins from your body in the form of sweat. Exercising, be it Zumba or cardio, can help boost the metabolism that enables you to create more cells that can fight off the cells or virus that cause your body to weaken. It also raises the circulation making the replacement of blood from dirty to clean faster. This tip only applies to people who are allowed by their doctors to move around and do strenuous work.
Have a healthy diet
Eating your vegetables, fruits and fresh meat, despite being bedridden or weak, is still a requirement for everyone in living a healthy life. Pack your meals with carbohydrates and fruits that keep you energized and immune to bacterial diseases all day long. Proteins, found mostly in fish, can help you build and repair your tissues that are distorted by your condition. Drinking plenty of water, six to twelve glasses a day, can assist in the whole operation of your body’s metabolism.
Engage in self-care
The workings of our brain sometimes influence some diseases and disorders of the body. When people are stressed, they become more prone to diseases of the immune system than when relaxed. Hence, it is essential to take care of our mind just as much as we take care of our body. You can do this caring by engaging in activities that soothe your worries and make you embrace your personhood. You can do yoga, meditation and painting.
Getting diagnosed with curable or incurable diseases is not the end of our lives. We can still do something with the days that we still have.