1. Recuperate early in the morning
The elderly should go to bed early and get up late in winter. Early sleep in winter can nourish the body's yang. Before going to bed, you can take a hot bath or soak your feet with hot water to get rid of the body's coldness and promote the body's blood circulation. Wake up late to support the body's yin. The elderly should go to bed early and get up late in winter. Early sleep in winter can nourish the body's yang. Before going to bed, you can take a hot bath or soak your feet with hot water to get rid of the body's coldness and promote the body's blood circulation. Wake up late to support the body's yin.
2. Be prepared for cold clothes and beware of cold
Wearing more clothes can prevent colds and coughs to prevent the occurrence of respiratory diseases and the deterioration of hypertension and coronary heart disease.
3. Regular sun exposure
It can supplement the calcium lost in bones, strengthen bone hardness, and prevent the occurrence of osteoporosis.
4. Keep the indoor air fresh
In the cold winter, some people close their doors and windows because of the fear of cold, which makes the indoor air unable to circulate in time and is dirty and affects health. Therefore, while adjusting the indoor temperature in winter, attention should also be paid to indoor air circulation and humidity adjustment, especially when the weather is sunny, windows should be opened in time to keep the air fresh.
5. Change bad habits
Such as smoking, drinking, drinking coffee, drinking strong tea.
6. Establish family medical files
People take medicine to see a doctor for health and to ensure a quality of life, but do not go to the doctor inconspicuously, take medicine indiscriminately, or even blindly follow the advertisement. It is unscientific to take medicine or health care products blindly. The elderly should seek medical treatment in time if they feel unwell, take medicine according to the doctor's orders, and return to the clinic on time. The elderly should establish a medical file on their own, and record the symptoms and time, medical treatment, medication and feeling after taking the medication. The first is to provide a complete medical history for medical treatment; the second is to prevent missed, wrong or repeated medications, causing unnecessary harm to the body.
Source: Health Knowledge