May is the season when spring and summer turn over and the temperature changes greatly. Very not easy to get rid of the continuous spring rain, ushered in fine weather.
In such a good time to travel, how to be knocked down by illness?
Here, Dr. Clove gives you a secret book on health care to help the whole family to be healthy and in good health through May.
Healthy Skin Protection: Sunscreen
Want good skin with water and spirit? Let’s start with sun protection.
In fact, sun protection is not only to prevent sunburn, but also to prevent sunburn, aging and skin cancer.
Should how protect himself from the sun?
Step 1 Avoid direct exposure to the sun
From 10 am to 2 pm, the sun is poisonous. During this period, you should try your best to avoid long-term outdoor activities. If you have to go out, you can take appropriate physical sun protection measures to block the sun, such as hats, anti-ultraviolet umbrellas, sunglasses, long-sleeved dark coats, etc.
Step 2 Choose sunscreen correctly
Choosing sunscreen is a university question. We should choose it reasonably according to our skin condition and usage.
How Chooses Sunscreen? Click to View: Dermatologists Teach You to Choose the Right Sunscreen
More importantly, when you go out, you should apply enough sunscreen 20-30 minutes in advance, and pay attention to timely application.
3. Treat sunburn in time
If you get sunburned accidentally, what should you do?
You can wet gauze with normal saline or iced milk and apply it to sunburned skin for about 20 minutes at a time.
However, if the skin is red, swollen, peeling, blistering, burning, tingling, or itchy, you should see a doctor in time.
Don’t let diarrhea spoil your good mood: acclimatization
When I arrived at the scenic spot, I vomited and diarrhea before I could appreciate the beautiful scenery in front of me and hurried to find the toilet? Be careful, it may be that you have been found by [acclimatization].
The main factor causing [acclimatization] is diarrhea of tourists caused by unclean diet.
It is also very simple to prevent tourists from diarrhea: pay attention to travel hygiene.
When going out, besides watching beautiful scenery and tasting delicious food, we should also pay attention to the following points:
- Drink clean water; Eat hygienic and qualified food and don’t eat casually at roadside stalls. Get into the good habit of washing hands before meals and after defecation. If there is no condition to wash hands, you can go out with wet paper towels and wipe your hands in time. If diarrhea occurs, the salt supplement solution can be taken orally when the symptoms are relatively mild, and the salt supplement solution can be bought in pharmacies. If the symptoms are serious, you need to see a doctor in time.
Go out and bring back a pet? Beware of insect bites
Sometimes we may hear such news:
After someone was bitten by worms, he had a high fever and died!
The bugs in this news may be ticks.
Ticks often hide in the grass. People may be bitten when they go to the wild or pass through the lawn. Ticks may also adhere to people’s skin, clothes, shoes and hats and be taken home by people. Ticks may also be hidden on the bodies of family pets and bitten after contact.
In fact, ticks themselves are not terrible. What is terrible is that they may spread some diseases, such as Lyme disease and hemorrhagic fever. Sometimes, these diseases are fatal.
Want to know more about tick bites? Click: Is tick bite really that terrible?
What about how’s prevention of tick bites?
- Avoid forests and bushes with lush grass and fallen leaves. City residents should be careful whether there are ticks on the skin surface of pets or other animals. If you want to go to the wild, you should wear long-sleeved trousers, tighten your trouser legs, wear hats and other protective equipment to reduce bare parts. Use insect repellents such as DEET or Pimenine on exposed skin.
There are warm tips from examinees at home.
May is the sprint month for preparing for the college entrance examination, and families with examinees are tightening their strings.
In fact, there is no need to be nervous. The following tips will make the examinees healthy and the parents comfortable.
1. Dealing with anxiety before exams
Candidates should not try too hard when reviewing. They can try to relax their training, divert their attention and adjust their emotions. Pay attention to the combination of work and rest, eight points of study and two points of play. Don’t push yourself too hard.
However, parents also need to straighten out their mentality and not let their excessive concern put pressure on the examinees.
2. Eat a balanced diet before exams
There is no need to make too many adjustments in your diet. It is very important to keep a balanced diet. Don’t be too greasy in your food, so as not to increase the burden on your stomach and intestines. If you review late in the evening, you can choose to have extra meals, such as milk, yogurt, fruit, oatmeal, etc.
What really needs to be paid attention to is food hygiene to avoid food poisoning. Parents should not give candidates supplements and try new foods to avoid food allergy.
3. Reasonable Exercise Before Examination
Although the time before the exam is tight, the examinees should not sit and work hard every day. Reasonable exercise is still very important.
Appropriate exercise can adjust mood, relieve anxiety and help examinees improve their learning efficiency.
Candidates can choose running, badminton, jumping exercises and other moderate intensity sports. Special attention should be paid to preparing activities before exercise, so as not to let sports injuries destroy the mood of preparing for the examination.