3 Ways To Manage Health Malfunctions The Proper Way

3 Ways To Manage Health Malfunctions The Proper Way
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We all know that maintaining a healthy lifestyle will help us thrive throughout our lives. However, with stress as one of the top complaints of today’s fast-paced and overstimulated modern world, it’s no wonder why many people feel pressure and strain which in turn leads to many health issues which take a toll on your body and mind. Making healthy choices in terms of a well-balanced diet and regular exercise is not always the easiest task but knowing that your efforts will pay off, in the long run, is what matters most.

In this article, we will go through 3 ways to manage health malfunctions the proper way and help you live a much happier and healthy life.

High Cholesterol

High cholesterol (hyperlipidemia) is a common health concern among adults, meaning that you have more fats (lipids) in your blood than is considered normal. Cholesterol is one of the body’s fats and is formed in the liver. Cholesterol, and another fatty substance called triglycerides, are important building blocks in our cells and necessary for many functions in the body, including the formation of vitamin D, bile acids, and certain hormones.

High cholesterol can lead to the formation of fat deposits in the blood vessels. The diameter of the blood vessels decreases and the blood meets more resistance in the blood vessels making cholesterol a contributing cause of high blood pressure.

High levels are not necessarily a disease, but a risk factor for developing cardiovascular disease, stroke, peripheral arterial disease, type-2 diabetes, and even erectile dysfunction.

If you still struggle with sexual function problems due to poor blood flow, alternative remedies are medicaments like Sildenafil which has proven to be highly efficient in relaxing muscles of blood vessels and increasing blood flow to particular body areas.

Overall, with the help of diet and lifestyle changes, you can reduce the amount of cholesterol in the blood and live a healthier life. Limit the amount of saturated fat and sugar, eat more fish, fiber products, fruits, and veggies, stop smoking, and introduce regular physical activity. 

Anxiety

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Anxiety is one of the most common mental illnesses today in the United States, affecting around 40 million citizens, or almost 1 in 5 people.

Anxiety is a natural reaction to imminent danger and, like pain, has an important function for our survival. It’s usually hard and uncomfortable to experience anxiety. But there are things you can do to reduce this mindset and learn to live with it.

First, you can learn to do some breathing exercises. Take a few deep breaths that go all the way down to your stomach, and try to make the exhalation as long as the inhalation. Taking deep, steady breaths helps the body relax and reduces anxiety.

A fun way to reduce your anxiety levels is to listen to music that makes you feel calm. Go out, take a walk or breathe fresh air in nature for a while. Try and introduce as much exercise as you can when you have anxiety. Your body will feel good and relaxed when releasing the excess of built-up nervous energy.

Last but not least, talk to someone. Many people try to hide that they have anxiety, but it takes a lot of effort to try to pretend that it doesn’t exist. Anxiety can decrease if people around you find out how you are feeling.

Acne

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Acne is a pesky condition that affects many people and shakes up their self-confidence. Today, we know that acne doesn’t only affect the skin but also our mental state, as much as any other more serious illness.

To prevent, treat, and get rid of acne more easily, wash the skin with skin-friendly soap that has a pH value of 5.5. It usually reduces problems with clogged sebaceous glands. Wash without scrubbing – if you rub or tear the skin, you may have more problems. It’s also important not to pop or squeeze the pimples as it can aggravate the inflammation and cause acne scars.

For mild acne, treatment at home without a doctor’s visit is often enough. You can use over-the-counter acne medications available at pharmacies. There are medicines in the form of an antibacterial solution, gel, or cream that can be used for a longer period for, for example, treatment of facial acne. Feel free to ask the pharmacy staff about which ointments can provide good help for your particular acne and skin type.

Final Words

High blood pressure, anxiety, and bad acne are just some of the most common health issues today. By implementing the above mentioned tips, you’ll be able to gain more power over your health and improve your quality of life.

 


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Asheley Rice

I am a pop culture and social media expert. Aside from writing about the latest news health, I also enjoy pop culture and Yoga. I have BA in American Cultural Studies and currently enrolled in a Mass-Media MA program. I like to spend my spring breaks volunteering overseas.

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