Most likely, each person wants to live a long and happy life. The key to such a life is health. But why do people only harm so invaluable health? Alcohol, smoking, fatty foods, poor sleep, and much more are the “choice” of most modern people. And many of them want to change their lives for the better, but something is stopping.
So, how to start a healthy lifestyle?
First you must clearly set your goal. Do not start the change tomorrow or Monday. You need to start from today!
Next, you need to familiarize yourself with the principles of a healthy lifestyle, which will become your rules for every day.
Healthy eating Naturally, you need to eat only healthy food, and exclude fast food and sandwiches from your menu. Try to avoid carbonated drinks, give preference to clean water, juices. It is advisable not to eat 3 hours before bedtime. Continue reading
Usually the smallest creatures on the planet are bacteria. But, if you plunge deeper into the world of dwarfs among living organisms, it becomes clear that the smallest should not be considered bacteria, but viruses. Just imagine that about a hundred thousand are placed on the tip of a sewing needle of viruses!
The question is, why are bacteria considered the smallest creatures?
The fact is that viruses, before they enter a living organism, behave like a large organic molecule.
Only after viruses enter the living organism of a plant, animal or human, it begins to multiply and, like all living things, pass on their inherent properties by inheritance. Continue reading
Sometimes, walking along city streets, we often notice a lying person with obvious signs of intoxication. In such cases, we usually grin and move on, not worrying about the state of the subject. But a person lying on the ground may not be drunk, he may simply be unconscious, for example, due to the lack of insulin at hand. This applies to people who have diabetes.
When a person is healthy, his sugar level is normal, but the slightest change in sugar level leads to a serious illness called diabetes.
In recent decades, the number of diabetics is increasing, and not less than 20% of patients – children and young people not older than 25 years.
Doctors divide diabetes into two categories: insulin-dependent and acquired. Continue reading