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Too general: Please re-ask and be more specific about what you would like to know. For an in-depth discussion consider discussing with your medical provider or asking a provider on Healthtap Prime or Concierge. ...Read more
See below: Establish time when you would like to go to bed. Create a bed time routine: warm showers, room on a slightly cooler side. Learn relaxation exercises to help put your body in a "i'm sleeeeeepy mode" :). Don't use your bedroom as your office. Try to avoid afternoon naps, no caffeine after 3-4 pm. Use your bed for sleep and sex only. Our body likes schedules and routines. Remember that:). ...Read more
Can I get a full in-depth hygiene and health checklist for women? (daily, monthly, yearly and throughout life - exercise, diet, and personal hygiene)
Great question: That is a great question, but this is a limited answer forum. Make an appointment with a GYN MD who can take the time to provide you the answer that you are seeking as it involves a significant amount of time. ...Read more
In many ways: Http://www. Livestrong. Com/article/107811-consequences-poor-personal-hygiene/Get a more detailed answer ›
Same: Mental hygiene is an older term for mental health, but the terms can be used interchangeably. The mental hygiene movement took off in the early 1900's, and was basically concerned with the improvement of the care of people with mental disorders. ...Read more
Mental Health: Refers basically to our state of emotional wellness where as mental hygiene is about how we take care of ourself emotionally. ...Read more
Is it true that poor personal hygiene may be beneficial to good health, as in creating a better immune system?
Untested: A current popular theory among some doctors is that we raise our children in too sterile and protected an environment. Because of this they are not exposed when very young to a variety of allergens which keeps the immune system healthy and focused. They then consider this might be the cause of some diseases later in life, especially asthma. ...Read more
Most likely: Numerous studies have been and are being conducted to connect the two, but most researchers feel that there is a connection. Google for articles and research ...Read more
I develop an itchy rash on head of penis/around foreskin from time to time. What could be the cause? I'm very concious about health/hygiene!
Mom has BV Frontotemporal dementia, gets btw. 3-6 UTIs a yr. Because of poor hygiene practice. How will this affect her kidneys and overall health?
It's not good: This can certainly be difficult and can get worse. Discuss her needs w/ her doctor (s) and slowly prepare for care decisions. Her need for more complete care might become urgent as time passes and planning can help. A problem w/ UTIs is that they plus the antibiotics can both cause problems for the brain and tat can worsen the dementia, etc. It's a vicious cycle and help will help. Best wishes! ...Read more
Healthy living: Classical authors describe hygiene primarily in terms of cleanliness (personal, wound); today we think of it as cultivating mental attitudes that are likely to result in your being productive and fulfilled, avoiding practices like smoking, drug and alcohol abuse, and overeating, good sleeping habits, and staying physically fit. ...Read more
Handkerchefs: Disposable ones are ok. Old technique was washable ones. ...Read more
How do you remind a demented individual or make her understand the reasons for hygiene and safety precations?
My son goes to a special need place. I try so hard but he still doesn't do the basic things he should do. Changing, hygiene, dress etc. What should I do?
What form of: Treatment or program is he enrolled in? Are you talking about a school, an outpatient or day treatment? Sounds like your son might need a higher level of care but its hard to assess from the question. Share your concerns with the head of your son's current program. Perhaps s/he can direct you to another source of help, or add one to make your current program more effective. ...Read more
Mental Hygiene: Mental hygiene is the study of the development of healthy mental and emotional habits, attitudes, and behavior and the prevention of mental illness. Another is: the branch of psychiatry that deals with the science and practice of maintaining and restoring mental health, and of preventing mental disorder through education, early treatment, and public health measures. It's best to start early! ...Read more
Here's a reference on the history of the term, "mental hygiene":
http://www. Jhsph. Edu/departments/mental-health/about/origins. Html
mental hygiene is the set of practices conducive to the preservation of mental health. Those practices have changed over the years, but taking care of physical health, meditation, socializing, taking time for gratitude, etc. Might all be mental hygiene practices. ...Read more
Huge: Mental hygiene covers all those practices helping us to have good physical and mental health. Therefore, things like structuring the day so that is not too overwhelming, journaling, sleeping adequately etc, can be considered both preventive and curative measures ...Read more
Hand washing: Good & frequent hand washing is HUGE regarding not passing germs. All you need is water (warm is good) and soap. Need to scrub all surfaces well (at least as long as singing the ABC song). Rinse well. Lack of adequate hand washing is the cause for spread of many types of germs. ...Read more
Mental Hygiene: "mental hygiene" is the historical precursor to modern movements promoting mental health. Dr. Isaac ray (one of the founders of the american psychiatric association) defined mental hygiene as "an art to preserve the mind against incidents and influences which would inhibit or destroy its energy, quality or development." it's aimed at maintaining positive mental health, and preventing disorders. ...Read more
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