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Healthy Work Habits
Is drinking 1 beer every day a healthy habit ? I work out every day. I believe beer is healthy if it's consumed only 1 bottle per day, right?
I work out with healthy eating and long walks, at home workouts. Also changing your eating habit help with unknown nausea?
Nausea: I commend you for “healthy eating and long walks and at home workouts” Nausea can be due to stress, excessive Alcohol use, intolerance to some foods, overeating, medications, infection, Gall bladder disease, or ulcer. Consider eating less, eating slow and avoiding Alcohol. When you have nausea drink ginger ale, use Breathing and Music relaxation. See Physician for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
My daughter is 5 yrs old but she has very low weight i.E. 13 kg. She is very normal and is active in all work she does. She has healthy eating habits?
Growth parameters: To review with her pediatrician are height, head circumference, body mass index, & velocity of growth of all parameters. If her height & weight remain proportional, with bmi, head circumference & development within average (25th-75th %ile), she may yet reach the 5th %ile or >. Her small stature may be ok if rate of growth remains normal. If she has low weight for height, an evaluation is needed. ...Read more
Possibly bad sleeping habit rather than sleeping disorder? I am 20 years old healthy, work out, eat healthy foods but can't sleep at night. I can never fall asleep till after 230am and then i sleep in till 1130am. This has been going on for about 3 months
Delayed Sleep Phase: You likely have delayed sleep phase syndrome. You want to go to bed later and sleep in later. Commonly seen in teenagers and young adults. A combination of bright light first thing upon awakening and melatonin at night may help advance your rhythm. See a sleep specialist for guidance in altering and timing the adjustment in your circadian rhythm. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Its a bit unclear: Do you mean, what are healthy eating habits? If that's the case, it focuses around portion control usually eating until your comfortable and not necessarily "full". Minimizing processed foods. Focusing on "color foods" - this means vegetables and fruits. Focusing on whole grains when eating grains. Eating healthy fats - which particularly means you should avoid trans fats. ...Read more
Knowledge is Power: If we take a historical perspective on this issue of which generation makes better decisions about their health, younger generations have always benefited from the knowledge and the mistakes made by older generations. So i would predict the millenials will be ahead of gen y when it comes to establishing healthier habits. ...Read more
No,: it's a waste of money and who knows what's in it or whether it could cause your problems. Don't get your medical information from friends, tv or internet scams. ...Read more
Factory work: The work environment can be filled with health hazards. How well the company protects its workers from health hazards makes all the difference as to whether or not the work place is safe. Each work place must be evaluated on its own merits as to how healthy or unhealthy the workplace is ...Read more
Probably one of the: best places to start is at health.gov where you will find the Dietary Guidelines for Americans. Key points: eat a variety of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, fat-free or low fat dairy, a variety of protein including seafood, lean meats and poultry, eggs, beans/peas, nuts, seeds and soy. Calories sufficient for ideal weight. "Eat (real) food, not too much, mostly plants" Michael Pollan. ...Read more