Whether you’re sneezing, experiencing excess pain, breathing heavily or undergoing extreme stress- A doctor is all you need to save the day! And, to honour their noble profession and selfless service to mankind, the Indian society recognises and celebrates National Doctor’s Day on the 1st of July every year. But, sadly, we do a horde of wrong by ignoring symptoms and warning signals of ill-health, which not only prolongs the diagnosis but also, the treatment.
So, if you think you’re living in good health, you should get it approved by a medical practitioner to lead a happier life ahead. All you need to do is consult these doctors in every six to eight months' time because prevention is always better than cure!
Whether you are aged 8 or 80, regular health checks from a general physician can do you no harm. Routine health check-ups promote a more transparent approach towards your physical fitness and overall health that keeps you from worrying about silent ailments that might affect you. Other than this, it may also help you to manage your present illness, better and speed up the process of healing.
The branch of medical science that deals with various eye disorders, is known as ophthalmology. And the doctor specialising in this field are known as ophthalmologists. Eyes are a complex organ with many nerves and muscles that work together, to produce a clear vision. Eye problems are not age specific and cause serious vision problems if not taken proper care of. So you must take simple steps to check your eyesight while also maintaining their health and hygiene. Visiting your eye doctor every six months keeps you updated while keeping eye problems at bay.
Not only gums and teeth but a proper dental and oral care can save you from lots of other serious diseases. Whether it is the busy lifestyle, the fast food habits, or hovering over comfort foods like pastries and chocolate, your dentures are getting affected in a lot more negative way than you realise. So visit your dentist every 6-8 months, because your mouth can be the source of a lot of deadly infections, and can be an early warning sign of your degrading health.
A woman's body goes through a multitude of physiological changes from the time she hits puberty up till menopause and beyond. An annual visit to the gynaecologist, along with proper care, hygiene and diet, can prevent the risk of development of a disease. So, do not ignore even a minor symptom. It might lead to serious problems in the future. Ease your life with regular health check up and a visit to the gynaecologist every 6 to 12 months.
So, why not spare a few hours of your life every 6 months and ensure a healthier, happier and more wholesome life ahead?