Lecture: Retinal Vein Occlusion: Dr David Miller
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Although it is not possible to interfere with genetic predisposition or environmental factors, it is up to you to strengthen your immune system by changing your lifestyle. Specific recommendations that will ensure you have a healthy immune system can be listed as follows;
1- Get autumn fruits and vegetables on your table
Vegetables and fruits contain plenty of vitamins. We take antioxidants from these foods that are eaten during the season. Antioxidants also cleanse the body and strengthen the immune system. The indispensable fruits of autumn are pomegranate, apple and orange, and vegetables are spinach, cabbage, cauliflower and broccoli.
2- Eat sea fish at least 2 days a week
Thanks to omega 3 and other useful fats in fish content, it helps to raise benign cholesterol and lower bad cholesterol. For a healthy development, especially from childhood, the habit of eating fish is essential. In these days when the fish season starts, you should eat fish such as sardines, horse mackerel or bluefish kept from the seas for your immune system to be strong.
3- Avoid uniform food diets
Choose a balanced diet rather than a uniform diet for the sake of dieting. You should get balanced nutrition from all food groups. If the balance is disrupted, your metabolism is shifting to one side, in which case it paves the way for diseases.
4- Don't stay hungry for long
Healthy nutrition is very important for a strong immune system. Start your day with a wholesome breakfast and don't skip the main meals. Also make snacks that do not allow starvation for a long time.
5- Do not feed your children packaged food
Nutritional habits for a healthy generation should be acquired at a young age. Do not eat from packed foods so that the stomach does not empty unless you eat. Because this kind of food does more harm than good. In addition to a healthy diet, make sure that you do physical activity.
6- Don't skip the movement from your life
You must move for the food you eat to be burned in the body. At least 3 days a week, if possible every day 45 - 60 minutes walk briskly. If you don't have time, park your car away, don't use an elevator, or get off early and walk from where you need to land. If you can't do any, put on your headphones, work on one hand, walk on one hand
7- Keep track of both yourself and your children's vaccinations
Vaccinations, especially in infancy, help strengthen your child's immune system and grow in a healthy way. It can protect you against diseases for life. Decreasing vaccines should be repeated at intervals determined by your doctor. If you are working in crowded environments, using public transport or if you are a health worker, you should benefit from the flu vaccine. In addition, children who go to school to be infected with influenza vaccine is important in preventing diseases.
8- Sleep for a minimum of 6 hours per day
For a healthy immune system, your sleep system also needs to be organized. You should sleep at least 6 hours a day and your sleep hours must be at night. Because at night, the secretion of some hormones stops, while others begin to secrete growth hormone secretion. When we wake up in the morning after a good sleep, the hormone cortisol secretes us and makes us ready for stress, sudden decision-action situations during the day.
9- Wash hands frequently
One of the most important reasons for the rapid spread of microbes and the development of diseases such as influenza and bronchitis is the adequate washing of hands. Therefore, give your child the habit of washing hands with soap. Remember, the habit of washing hands begins at home and is reinforced at school.
10-Eat fruit instead of vitamin
Remember, vitamins are medications, not supplements. Those who cannot eat a balanced diet and live a stressful life can take the vitamins recommended by their doctor. However, eating fruit is much more beneficial than taking vitamins. Therefore, you can consume 2 servings of fruit regularly.
Head up the tree
At least two to three times a day a child should run around in the open air - a request in which everyone, exceptionally the doctor, the psychologist, and even the grandmother, agree. But what if the head winds?
- No no no! my creature screamed as we walked first in the big wind and got his little hands in hell. Of course it worked. The wind wraps between his fingers, the inside of his coat, and catches the cap off his head. We took the walk short that day, but to no avail. Evening, his eyes began to sparkle strangely, he stared at the earliest, and even though he was not feverish, I saw that he was slipping slowly into illness. I knew immediately that the reason for this was brewing.
Headboy, nthaMany children and adults are sensitive to windy weather. My head is shaken when I walk a lot in my mouth and my brother's eyes light up in the twisted port. Most of the children will have it - throat inflammation, tinnitus, fever, snotty noses.
With a small baby, the situation is relatively light, if the wind is big, but you have to go, you can preload the raincoat on the stroller, which is a relative protection against the chilling cold. But if the kid is bigger, he'll probably not want to cover the walkways with a thick sack, which cools off with the humid, cool air. Things get complicated when that particular kid is like me and doesn't wear the cap himself. Of course I know it wasn't the cap shortage, but the viruses, but it is as if the wind is bringing the larvae that hit the kids after every windy day. When I first heard about sisakvirбgbуl (Aconitum), a homeopathic remedy that has to be injected specifically when the wind dies on a person, I was surprised. It seemed a bit unbelievable that all the inconvenience the wind brings with it could be prevented with a berry, but I just gave in. Because I saw the kid was not good, and the bar had no other symptom, I knew that if I didn't do anything he would soon. But I survived. The illness was rescued that day. Then, when the weather is windy and a little overwhelming after walking, I get a helmet blush called homeopathic vitamin C, and it seems to stop my complaints the other day.
In the fall, it is not very worthwhile to put it down, because it is most commonly encountered - inflammation of the throat, tinnitus, sudden onset of fever, chills, this is the most common start and the sooner you give it.
Since then, we often find the wind, the summer, and the great-great-grandmother of the competition, which shows that the wind is immaterial, yet she is the strongest. Of course, when we chuckle, we add to our lessons - Mom is even stronger.
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A ready liter of milk in a store costs around 8-9 zlotys (it is processed milk and usually very sweet - therefore worse in this respect than a drink prepared at home). At home, we will prepare them for less than a zloty.
Rice milk can be prepared from any type of rice - the best, because the most valuable will be whole grain brown rice. However, rice milk can also be made from white rice and even from rice flakes. The more processed rice, however, the drink will be "worse" in quality.
Rice milk made of brown rice contains:
- a large amount of fiber,
- Vitamin E
- vitamin B6,
How to prepare rice milk?
Rice milk recipe
- one scoop of rice
- four scoops of hot water
- salt and possibly honey / agave syrup / sugar
- possibly a vanilla pod
Cook the rice with or without a vanilla stick. It should be well cooked, even slightly overcooked.
We pull out vanilla and put rice into a dish in which we will blend it.
Pour 4 scoops of warm and even hot water (e.g. if we cooked a glass of rice, we pour 4 cups of warm water over the rice). Mix and pour through a gauze strainer.
If we have a thick consistency and we want it to be more watery, we can add water.