どのように健康と病気の予防

また英語します。いいえ英語

There are many things you can do to stay healthy. Read tips on how to be healthy. Learn how to prevent the spread of diseases and infections. Read about the importance of sleeping and how to stop smoking.

There are many things you can do to stay healthy. Read tips on how to be healthy. Learn how to prevent the spread of diseases and infections. Read about the importance of sleeping and how to stop smoking.

健康になる方法

How to be healthy

Wash your hands

Wash your hands

手洗いすることができる最も重要な事は、あなたとあなたの家族の健康を保つ. This is because many germs that cause illnesses are spread by hand contact.

Hand-washing is the most important thing you can do keep you and your family healthy. This is because many germs that cause illnesses are spread by hand contact.

くしゃみまたは咳をした後に手を洗うことを確認します。, 食品を準備する前に, トイレを使用した後, 病気の人のタッチ後, after you handle garbage or fecal matter, and after you touch an animal.

Make sure you wash your hands after you sneeze or cough, before preparing food, after you use the toilet, after you touch a sick person, after you handle garbage or fecal matter, and after you touch an animal.

についての詳細を学ぶことができます。 正しく手を洗う方法.

You can learn more about how to wash your hands correctly.

Take care of your teeth

Take care of your teeth

お口や歯の世話は健康上の問題を回避するために重要. 医師は、あなたが一日二回歯を磨くし、一日一回のフロスをお勧めします. またご確認くださいあなたの歯科医のオフィスで歯科衛生士 6 ヶ月毎の歯の掃除し、チェックをして. You can read about how to take care of your mouth and teeth.

Taking care of your mouth and teeth is important for avoiding health problems. Doctors recommend that you brush your teeth twice a day and floss once a day. You should also visit the dental hygienist at your dentist’s office every six months to have your teeth cleaned and checked. You can read about how to take care of your mouth and teeth.

Prevent the spread of colds and flu

Prevent the spread of colds and flu

特定の病気, 風邪やインフルエンザのような, 容易に人々 の間に広がる.

Certain illnesses, like a cold or flu, spread easily between people.

風邪を引くから他の人々 を保護するために行うことができます 3 つの重要な事がある、インフルエンザ:

There are three important things you can do to protect other people from catching your cold or flu are:

1) くしゃみをするときにあなたの鼻をカバー

1) Covering your nose when you sneeze

2) 咳をするとき、あなたの口を覆っています。
2) Covering your mouth when you cough
3) くしゃみや咳するたびに手を洗う

3) Washing your hands every time you sneeze and cough

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is a government agency which gives advice about how to stay healthy. The CDC has information about how to prevent the spread of disease at home, 作業, 学校, 公共の場で.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is a government agency which gives advice about how to stay healthy. The CDC has information about how to prevent the spread of disease at home, work, school, and in public.

頭シラミ

Head lice

アタマジラミは人間の頭に住んでいる小さなバグです。. 彼らはあなたの頭の上から血の供給によって生き残る, 激しくかゆみやイライラ感の原因. シラミは、非常に簡単に人から人へ広がることができるし、子供たちの間で非常に一般的な問題は、. (シラミ頻繁どこに広がる子供たちのグループがあります。, たとえば校。)

Head lice are tiny bugs that live on human heads. They survive by feeding on blood from the top of your head, causing an intensely itchy and irritated feeling. Lice can spread very easily from person to person and are a very common problem among children. (Lice frequently spread where there are groups of children, for example at a school.)

あなたやあなたの子供は、シラミを持っている場合, がたつきの兆候ではないです。. しかし, 問題が治まるかどうかを確認するために特定の手順を実行する必要. Learn more about head lice.

If you or your child have lice, it is not a sign of poor cleanliness. However, you will have to take certain steps in order to make sure the problem goes away. Learn more about head lice.

ナンキンムシ

Bedbugs

シラミのよう, ナンキンムシは、人間をかむ小さなバグ, 咬傷の周りの皮膚にかゆみや重度の刺激を引き起こす. シラミとは異なり, ナンキンムシは、家具や衣類を中心にライブします。.

Similar to lice, bedbugs are tiny bugs that bite humans, causing itchiness and severe irritation on the skin around the bite. Unlike lice, bedbugs live primarily in furniture and clothing.

ナンキンムシは、人々 の間非常に容易に広がることができます。, それらを防ぐための方法を認識することが重要です。. You can learn in many languages about the signs of bedbugs and how to control the problem. 多くの言語で情報が.

Bedbugs can spread very easily between people, so it’s important to be aware of how to prevent them. You can learn in many languages about the signs of bedbugs and how to control the problem. The information is in many languages.

Sleeping habits

Sleeping habits

良い夜の睡眠を得ることはあなたの物理的および精神的健康のために重要. Most adults need 7 宛先 8 睡眠の時間.

Getting a good night’s sleep is important for your physical and mental health. Most adults need 7 to 8 hours of sleep a night.

健康的な睡眠習慣を開発

Developing healthy sleeping habits

Here are some tips for healthy sleeping:

Here are some tips for healthy sleeping:

  • 毎日の運動.
  • 同時に毎晩ベッドに行く.
  • ベッド時の儀式に従う.
  • 夜の時間に明るい光を避ける.
  • 夜の時間で重い食糧を避けるため.
  • 本を読む.
  • 携帯電話やコンピューターなどの電子機器をオフに、寝る前に 2 時間.
  • あなたが最適なもの知っています。, 従ってあなた自身の指導!
  • Exercise every day.
  • Go to bed at the same time every night.
  • Follow a bed time ritual.
  • Avoid bright lights at night time.
  • Avoid heavy food at night time.
  • Read a book.
  • Turn off electronic devices like your phone and computer an hour or two before going to bed.
  • You know what works best for you, so follow your own guidance!

読み取り、 American Academy of Sleep Medicine’s advice about healthy sleeping.

Read the American Academy of Sleep Medicine’s advice about healthy sleeping.

子供のための睡眠

Sleep for kids

良い夜の睡眠を取得する子供たちのため特に重要です。. 子供は大人よりも睡眠を必要があります。. それは物理的および精神的な開発のため特に重要です。. You and your children can read sleep tips from the National Sleep Foundation. あなたの子供が十分な睡眠を取るときに確認して, 学校で良いことをそれらを準備します。. 同時に生涯健康的な習慣を開発するそれらを助けていること.

It is particularly important for children to get a good night’s sleep. Children need more sleep than adults. It is particularly important for their physical and mental development. You and your children can read sleep tips from the National Sleep Foundation. When you make sure your kids get enough sleep, you are preparing them to do better in school. At the same time that you are helping them to develop life-long healthy habits.

あなたは十分な睡眠を得るための違いについて驚かれることでしょう! あなたのコミュニティで睡眠の利点についての言葉を広めることを忘れないでください。.

You will be surprised about the difference it makes to get enough sleep! Don’t forget to spread the word in your community about the benefits of sleeping.

喫煙を停止する方法

How to stop smoking

人々 はさまざまな理由で禁煙を開始します。. 喫煙、したがって喫煙の有害な影響については、一般的な方法を提供していない多くの国. あなたの理由は煙をどのような, あなたの健康に有益になる終了. 喫煙は癌および他の深刻な病気につながる.

People start smoking for different reasons. Many countries don’t provide information on the harmful effect of smoking and therefore smoking is a common practice. Whatever your reason was for starting to smoke, quitting will be beneficial to your health. Smoking leads to cancer and other serious illnesses.

Smoking harms nearly every organ of the body. それは予防可能な死の主要な原因. 喫煙は、次の条件を開発するあなたのリスクを増加させる:

Smoking harms nearly every organ of the body. It is the leading cause of preventable death. Smoking increases your risks to develop the following conditions:

  • 喘息と副流煙
  • がん
  • 歯周病
  • 糖尿病
  • 妊娠中のリスク
  • ストローク
  • 心臓病
  • 肺疾患
  • Asthma and secondhand smoke
  • Cancer
  • Gum disease
  • Diabetes
  • Risks during pregnancy
  • Stroke
  • Heart disease
  • Lung diseases

禁煙は誰にとっても難しい. 長く吸っています。, それは難しく! これは、喫煙は中毒性. You do not have to do it alone. 助けを得るためにあなたの興味について主治医に伝えてください。, 錠剤やパッチ プロセスを容易にするなど. について学ぶ smoking and how to quit from the CDC.

Quitting smoking is hard for everyone. The longer you have smoked, the harder it is! This is because smoking is addictive. You do not have to do it alone. Tell your doctor about your interest in quitting to get help, such as a pill or a patch that will help make the process easier. Learn about smoking and how to quit from the CDC.

喫煙を止めるために製品が含まれて:

Products to help stop smoking include:

  • ニコチンガム
  • ニコチン パッチ
  • 電子タバコ
  • Nicotine gum
  • Nicotine patches
  • Electronic cigarettes

メモ: メディケイドに在籍する場合、喫煙を停止することができます何かが対象、保険プラン. 多くの秘密計画はまたこれらのエイズをカバーします。.

Note: If you are enrolled in Medicaid then anything that helps you stop smoking will be covered under your insurance plan. Many private plans will also cover these aids.

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