Experts Advice Workers On Healthy Life Styles

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By Ugo Othobor

Medical experts have advised workers civil servants to adopt healthy lifestyle to prevent and eradicate chronic diseases.

The experts gave the advice last Thursday during a health talk held in Uvwie Local Government Council Secretariat and organised by Dvris Palmarian resources International.

They advised workers to engage in regular exercise, have rest, drink enough water daily and eat more of fruits and vegetables than carbohydrates.

The organization’s representative, Dr Mercy Emohe spoke on some chronic diseases such as high blood pressure, low blood pressure, arthritis and prostrate cancer.

Dr Emohe mentioned some ways in which chronic diseases could be managed and cured.

According to her, drinking warm water first thing in the morning help the digestive system and blood vessels, advising those with arthritis to rub palm kernel oil, eat tiger nuts, cashew nuts and groundnut.

She advised men to stop putting handset in the pockets of their trousers and also stick to one partner to avoid prostrate cancer.

The highpoint of the event was the performance of comprehensive test of 37 (thirty-seven) organs of the body by the organization on the workers

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