Precautions for COVID-19 that everyone must follow

As we all know, COVID-19 – the deadly virus is being spread rapidly and is not coming under control. COVID-19 is spreading rapidly because of which most of the people are falling sick and many of them are even dying. It is very important that every human of this world has to makes sure to follow all the precautions given by the government or WHO so that we can have a stop on this deadly virus. Here are precautions for coronavirus that every one must follow and make sure every one near your also follow.

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Wash Your Hands

The main step to prevent from COVID-19 is to regularly wash your hands with a clean soap or any hand wash that is at least once in every 20 minutes. Or, you can use alcohol rubs or hand sanitizer with Min of 60% alcohol as this process can kill the virus that may be present on your hand. Make sure to clean it completely specially near the nails and between the fingers too.

Social Distancing

Social Distancing is very important where you have to stay at least one meter or 3 feet from everyone. This is very important because when the infected person coughs or sneezes, the tiny droplets that are sprayed from their nose and mouth contains virus. If you are too near you can breathe in the droplets with the virus.

Avoid Touching Your Face

This step is also very important where you have to make sure that you don’t touch your face, eyes or nose as if the virus is present on your hand it can transfer the virus in your body through eyes, nose or face. Once the virus goes in your body it can make you skin and make others too.

Good Respiratory Hygiene

Following or practicing good respiratory hygiene is very important that is covering your mouth and nose while you cough or sneeze by a tissue or your elbow is necessary and also make sure to dispose the tissue or change your dress immediately and put it to wash. Always wear a mask while you are travelling or speaking to anyone to avoid COVID-19.

These are the precautions for coronavirus that every person has to follow so that they don’t get affected and make sure that the people who come in contact with them are also not affected. We hope you take care of yourself and maintain distance.

Stay Healthy!! Thank You!!


Improve Your Well-Being – How Your Attitude to Health Can Help

What is Health?

How do you define health? Is it a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being? Is it merely the absence of disease or infirmity? Or is health a resource for everyday life, rather than the objective of living; a positive concept, emphasising social and personal resources as well as physical capabilities?

Good health is harder to define than bad health (which can be equated with the presence of disease), because it must convey a concept more positive than mere absence of disease, and there is a variable area between health and disease. Health is clearly a complex, multidimensional concept. Health is, ultimately, poorly defined and difficult to measure, despite impressive efforts by epidemiologists, vital statisticians, social scientists and political economists. Each individual’s health is shaped by many factors, including medical care, social circumstances, and behavioural choices.

Health Care

While it is true to say that health care is the prevention, treatment and management of illness, and the preservation of mental and physical well-being, through the services offered by the medical, nursing and allied health professions, health-related behaviour is influenced by our own values, which are determined by upbringing, by example, by experience, by the company one keeps, by the persuasive power of advertising (often a force of behaviour that can harm health), and by effective health education. Healthy individuals are able to mobilise all their physical, mental, and spiritual resources to improve their chances of survival, to live happy and fulfilling lives, and to be of benefit to their dependants and society.

Achieving health, and remaining healthy, is an active process. Natural health is based on prevention, and on keeping our bodies and minds in good shape. Health lies in balancing these aspects within the body through a regimen consisting of diet, exercise, and regulation of the emotions. The last of these is too often ignored when health advice is dispensed, but can have a pronounced effect on physical well-being.


Every day, or so it seems, new research shows that some aspect of lifestyle – physical activity, diet, alcohol consumption, and so on – affects health and longevity. Physical fitness is good bodily health, and is the result of regular exercise, proper diet and nutrition, and proper rest for physical recovery. The field of nutrition also studies foods and dietary supplements that improve performance, promote health, and cure or prevent disease, such as fibrous foods to reduce the risk of colon cancer, or supplements with vitamin C to strengthen teeth and gums and to improve the immune system. When exercising, it becomes even more important to have a good diet to ensure that the body has the correct ratio of macronutrients whilst providing ample micronutrients; this is to aid the body in the recovery process following strenuous exercise.

If you’re trying to lose weight by “dieting”, don’t call it a diet, first of all – successful dieters don’t call what they do a “diet”. A healthy diet and regular physical activity are both important for maintaining a healthy weight. Even literate, well-educated people sometimes have misguided views about what makes or keeps them healthy, often believing that regular daily exercise, regular bowel movements, or a specific dietary regime will alone suffice to preserve their good health. Despite the ever-changing, ever-conflicting opinions of the medical experts as to what is good for us, one aspect of what we eat and drink has remained constantly agreed by all: a balanced diet.


Physical exercise is considered important for maintaining physical fitness and overall health (including healthy weight), building and maintaining healthy bones, muscles and joints, promoting physiological well-being, reducing surgical risks, and strengthening the immune system. Aerobic exercises, such as walking, running and swimming, focus on increasing cardiovascular endurance and muscle density. Anaerobic exercises, such as weight training or sprinting, increase muscle mass and strength. Proper rest and recovery are also as important to health as exercise, otherwise the body exists in a permanently injured state and will not improve or adapt adequately to the exercise. The above two factors can be compromised by psychological compulsions (eating disorders, such as exercise bulimia, anorexia, and other bulimias), misinformation, a lack of organisation, or a lack of motivation.