Take Care Of Health For Workers As An Online Motorcycle Taxi?
Good evening, I hope the doctors here will always be given health, generosity of sustenance and have all their affairs cleared and always continue to share health knowledge for free to everyone, my question is as an online motorcycle taxi worker, every day traveling, sitting on a motorbike with a long enough duration, exposed to the hot sun, getting cold air is basically friends with pollution. So what should I do so that in the future or in the future I will not get sick? R nThis is my way to maintain or what I do if I feel sick, I massage 2x a month to blow out the wind in my body, drink wind repellent, ginger or a warm drink after driving, take a shower with warm water and consume a bear brand, maybe there are additional or suggestions ???? Thanks doctor
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Activities that are quite dense and tiring in an environment that is not always as friendly as you do everyday can indeed make it easier for you to catch ailments. This risk can be higher if you do not balance your busy work with a healthy lifestyle. There are several types of diseases that often occur due to this activity, namely allergies or respiratory infections (usually characterized by coughs, colds, shortness of breath), dyspepsia (increased stomach acid), heart disease, fertility disorders, and so on. Your job is also at a higher risk of causing you to have an accident if it's not done carefully.
Of course, various other jobs are not minimal from the risk of disease. Therefore, the main key is not just the type of work you are doing. But from your daily life pattern to compensate for your work activities. To minimize the risk of various diseases above, here are suggestions that you can take:
Make sure you always get enough rest for 6 to 8 hours a day, get in the habit of sleeping and getting up early, don't stay up late. Be disciplined in applying mealtimes. Eating little but often is much better than eating a lot but rarely and irregularly. Take time to exercise, at least 3 to 4 times a week, for example jogging, aerobic exercise, lifting weights, cycling Drink enough, 2 to 3 liters of water per day Also balance by eating fruit, vegetables, and milk You can also take a multivitamin to meet your needs. daily nutritional intake and increase endurance (consult your doctor regarding the type of multivitamin that is most suitable for you) Limit consumption of caffeine and energy drinks Avoid smoking, alcohol and drugs When working, use good personal protective equipment, namely a helmet that has been standardized , gloves, masks, jackets, comfortable clothes (not too tight), etc. Also check the condition of your motorbike regularly according to the recommended time period. If you later complain, do not hesitate to go to the doctor immediately while avoiding excessive physical activity first yes..
I hope this helps.