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Pushing health information to your phone or constantly checking your watch to see how much it is the oxygen content of your blood starting to feel like work?
We are living in a time where the line between our bodies and our data is becoming increasingly blurred. It is the availability of software that tracks ours Menstruation and watches that will know how he emphasized As for us, there is pressure to monitor every change in our health. If we don’t, how can we know if we are healthy?
While tracking such metrics can be useful (or even fun), it’s not necessary to live a healthy life. In fact, if you pay close attention to your body, you will be able to determine how healthy you are by using some important methods.
Here are some health information.
You are ‘fixed’
This also applies to both the menstrual cycle and the menstrual cycle (for people who have problems). Like the hands on our smartwatches, our bodies love to keep track.
Having at least one bowel movement a day is a good sign that your stomach is working properly, and anywhere from three a week to three a day is considered good. (Bonus if you go around the same time every day.) Painful or infrequent bowel movements can be symptoms of constipation or constipation. irritable bowel syndrome – things that indicate the reason for visiting a doctor.
Frequent bowel movements can also be a sign of health gut microbiomewhich some researchers believe we are right start scratching the surface how it interacts with other systems of our body.
Another option: regular menstruation (occurs every month between 24 and 35 days) is not only a sign of good fertility but also regular. ovulation, but it also shows that your hormones are normal. Hormonal imbalances can be caused by stress (which has many effects on quality of life), exercise or disease, such as thyroid disease. For men who menstruate, each month can be one of the first things to be thrown away when there is a disruption in the well-regulated hormonal dance. (Know where to get it hormonal birth control pills (or have a hormonal IUD, your body does not have a “normal” period and a missed or late period may not be successful.)
Most days, you wake up well rested
According to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, adults should get at least 7 hours of sleep for optimal health. And while there are many reasons why many people lose sleep, or have chronic insomnia, lack of sleep leads to a variety of problems. social and health problemsincluding hormonal imbalances, mood disorders and a higher risk of heart disease.
If you feel sluggish, foggy or tired most days, a refreshing feeling may come after a change of schedule or reduce anxiety. But if you get at least 7 hours and feel you should be more having more energy than you are, may indicate a serious health problem such as sleep apnea or a lack of nutrients such as iron. If so, talk to your doctor about it.
read more tips on how to sleep well.
You don’t have a pleasant breath
Taking a short break in the morning or an onion is like training and your breath may be less if you are dehydrated. But a strange taste or smell in your mouth in the afternoon after brushing your teeth can be a sign that something is wrong.
Dr. David Borenstein of Manhattan Integrative Medicine told The Healthy:
“For example, a fruity smell can be a sign of diabetes, bad breath can be associated with reflux, a fishy smell can mean kidney failure, a sour mouth can be a sign of breathing difficulties,” he said.
Just like our gut microbiome, there is evidence that disruption of the microbiome in our mouth can affect our health in many ways. According to the Mayo Clinic, oral disease (including tooth decay or gum disease) can increase your risk of heart disease, pregnancy problems or pneumonia.
Your urine is pale yellow
Urine that is pale yellow is a clear indication that you are floating around a healthy level of fluid, according to the Cleveland Clinic. Drinking enough water is one of the easiest ways to keep your body healthy, as hydration supports important processes such as temperature regulation, disease prevention and cognitive function (hello, brain fog). So if you often urinate a lighter shade of yellow than a strong, dark color, you can rest assured that your body is getting enough water. The amount you want, of course, depends on many factors including the level of activity.
Read more: How Much Water Should You Drink Every Day?
You eat healthy food, but you don’t restrict yourself
Believe it or not, eating too much fat is not good for you either important for your health. And there are a growing number of nutritionists and dietitians who find many health benefits making a plate around the protein, not cutting or designate any foods as “bad.” Very restrictive diets, or diets that require you to track the calories of every meal you eat, can lead to unhealthy eating habits and yo-yo to eat without long-term health consequences.
The content of this article is for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as health or medical advice. Always consult a doctor or other qualified health care professional with any questions you may have about any medical condition or health goal.