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Whether it’s the hustle and bustle of work, worrying about family, or the fear of going to the doctor – there are many excuses for neglecting prevention. Experts warn that poor prevention risks serious health complications.
A few simple steps are all it takes to stay on track. Take advantage of the spring reboot and make sure your body is functioning properly.
We don’t usually take the health of our family and loved ones lightly. We make sure that they are properly prevented, and we send them to the doctor at the slightest problem. However, we often forget or delay regular check-ups that we should have ourselves. In short, we have a tendency to neglect our health. Spring is the ideal time to check your body, so we should not put off going to the doctor any longer.
We always try to explain to patients that prevention should be seen as an investment in one’s own health. Even with a few routine health checks, we can prevent a great many diseases that could take a patient out of the workforce, separate them from their family or even threaten their life in the future. From this perspective, it is better to spend a few hours a year on preventive check-ups than the rest of your life in a hospital bed.
A few simple tips to improve your own health care
Limit blue light
One way to look after your health is to limit the time you spend looking at a monitor in the evening. Whether it’s TV, mobile, or computer, blue light interferes with the production of melatonin, which affects our biorhythm. This is why we may have trouble falling asleep at night. Sleep is very important for human health. For better quality sleep, it is much more beneficial to choose an evening activity such as reading a book or listening to a podcast.
Let’s get moving
A healthy lifestyle includes movement. Especially if we have a sedentary job, we should find at least a moment to stretch every day. Whether we set aside time to go to the gym, walk a few flights of stairs, or just get off the bus one stop early on our way home from work now in the spring, every step counts.
Let’s invest in a healthy diet
Although we hear it everywhere, a balanced diet can benefit the human body significantly. It’s important to know that sugars aren’t bad either, as long as they are in balance with fats and proteins. But neither are supplements or vitamins, which we can reach for if we are not feeling well.
Let’s learn to breathe properly
Stress to a greater extent also does not have a good effect on the body. If we are under permanent pressure, the body will soon speak up. That’s why it is advisable to try to prevent stress or at least learn to work with it. We can do various breathing exercises to help us relieve stress. It also helps to include more walks outside in the sunshine in your daily routine. This promotes the production of serotonin in the body and stress is better relieved.
Healthy sitting is essential
“Also pay attention to whether you are sitting properly. Sitting incorrectly can lead to problems such as back pain, headaches, or impaired blood circulation to the limbs. An ergonomic office chair that is adjusted to your height is also the alpha and omega of a well-organized workplace. For comfortable seating, the back of the chair should reach up to your shoulders. The adjustable height of the lumbar support supports the correct curvature of the spine. If this is not available, try putting a cushion under your hips,” says Mgr. Pavla Marková, Head of Physiotherapy at Canadian Medical.
Canadian Medical open evenings and Saturdays
“We are very aware that health is the most important thing we have in life. But at the same time, we understand the demands of our clients and today’s hectic times that call for practicality and flexibility. Therefore, in addition to a wide range of top-notch specialists, our clients can also choose when they come in for their appointments. Thanks to the control over their own health, we can help them maintain a balance in their personal and professional life,” says Chief Physician for Walter Clinic MUDr. Miluše Vostradovská. She adds that one of the benefits is flexible opening hours.
We also cooperate with a number of foreign insurance companies
For the vast majority of specialties, we have contracts with all major health insurance companies that provide public health insurance in the Czech Republic. In addition to the Czech insurance companies, we also cooperate with all major foreign health insurance companies used by foreign clients in the Direct Billing mode (direct billing of services without the need to pay on the spot).