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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.

Me pēhea te ki te kia hauora

How to be healthy

Wash your hands

Wash your hands

Ringa-horoi, ko te mea tino nui e taea e koe e koe me tou utuafare hauora pupuri. 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.

Me horoi koe koutou ringa i muri matihe koe mare ranei, i mua i te whakarite kai, i muri i te whakamahi koe i te wharepaku, i muri i pa ki a koe i te tangata e mate ana, 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.

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

Take care of your teeth

Take care of your teeth

Mā te tiaki o koutou mangai, me te niho he nui hoki te haapae raruraru hauora. tūtohu Doctors e taitai koe koutou niho rua he ra, me te miro i kotahi te ra. kia toro ano hoki e koe te hygienist niho i te tari o tou tākuta niho katoa marama e ono ki te kua horoia koutou niho me tirohia. 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

etahi māuiui, rite te matao rewharewha ranei, horahia ngāwari i waenganui i te iwi.

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

E toru nga mea nui ka taea e koe te mahi ki te tiaki i ētahi atu iwi i te hopu i tō matao rewharewha e ranei:

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

1) Hipoki koutou ihu, ina matihe koe

1) Covering your nose when you sneeze

2) Hipoki koutou mangai, ina mare koe
2) Covering your mouth when you cough
3) Horoi o koutou ringa wa katoa matihe koutou me te mare

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, mahi, kura, me i roto i te iwi whānui.

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.

Head kutu

Head lice

Head kutu He ngā iti e ora i runga i nga upoko tangata. ora ratou na roto i te kai i runga i te toto i te tihi o to koutou matenga, meinga he mana'o puai oranga, me te amuamu. Kutu e taea horahia rawa ngāwari i te tangata ki te tangata, me te ko te raruraru tino noa i roto i ngā tamariki. (Kutu pinepine horahia te wahi i reira he rōpū o ngā tamariki, hei tauira i te kura.)

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.)

Ki te koe i tou tamaiti ranei i kutu, ehara i te mea he tohu o te mâ rawakore. Heoi, ka whai koe ki te tango i etahi kaupae i roto i te tikanga ki te kia haere atu te raruraru. 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.

Bedbugs

Bedbugs

Rite ki te kutu, bedbugs he ngā iti e ngau tangata, meinga itchiness me te ritenga nui i runga i te kiri a tawhio noa te ngau. Haunga te kutu, ora matua bedbugs i roto i te taonga me te kakahu.

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.

Bedbugs taea horahia rawa ngāwari i waenganui i te iwi, na te reira nui ki te kia mōhio o te pehea, ki te ārai ratou. You can learn in many languages about the signs of bedbugs and how to control the problem. Ko te kōrero i roto i te reo e rave rahi.

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

Whiwhi moe o te pō pai he nui hoki to koutou hauora tinana me te hinengaro. Most adults need 7 ki 8 haora o te moe i te po.

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.

Whakawhanake peu moe hauora

Developing healthy sleeping habits

Here are some tips for healthy sleeping:

Here are some tips for healthy sleeping:

  • Faaohipa i nga ra.
  • Haere ki te moenga i te wā tonu i ia po.
  • A pee i te tikanga wā moenga.
  • A ape i rama kanapa i te wa po.
  • A ape i te kai taimaha i te wa po.
  • Pānuitia te pukapuka.
  • Tahuri atu pūrere hiko rite tō waea, me te rorohiko te haora ranei e rua i mua i te haere ki te moenga.
  • e mohio ana koe he aha te mahi pai hoki koutou, na whai koutou ake arata'iraa!
  • 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!

Pānuitia te American Academy of Sleep Medicine’s advice about healthy sleeping.

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

Moe mō ngā tamariki

Sleep for kids

He mea tino nui mō ki ngā tamariki te tiki moe o te pō pai. Me tamariki atu moe atu i ngā pakeke. He mea tino nui mō rātou whanaketanga tinana, me te hinengaro. You and your children can read sleep tips from the National Sleep Foundation. A, no te meinga e koe tino koutou kuao tiki nui moe, e faaineine koe ratou ki te mahi i pai i roto i te kura. I te wa ano e e te āwhina koe ia ratou ki te whakawhanake i ngā tikanga hauora ora-roa.

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.

Ka waiho koe miharo e pā ana ki te rerekētanga hanga reira ki te tiki nui moe! Kaua e wareware ki te horapa te kupu i roto i tou hapori e pā ana ki te painga o te moe.

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.

Me pēhea te ki te mutu te kai paipa

How to stop smoking

tīmata te iwi e paowa hoki take rerekē. e kore e maha nga whenua whakarato mōhiohio i runga i te pānga kino o te kai paipa, me te reira paowa ko te mahi noa. ko nga mea katoa koutou take mo te tīmata ki te paowa, ka waiho pea ētahi painga ki te hauora koutou. arata'i Smoking ki te mate pukupuku me te tahi atu mate nui.

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. Ko te reira i te take ārahi o te mate ka taea te. faarahi Smoking koutou tūponotanga ki te whakawhanake i te tikanga e whai ake nei:

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:

  • paowa Asthma me te secondhand
  • Cancer
  • mate kapia
  • Diabetes
  • Tūponotanga i roto i te hapū
  • Stroke
  • mate Heart
  • Lung mate
  • Asthma and secondhand smoke
  • Cancer
  • Gum disease
  • Diabetes
  • Risks during pregnancy
  • Stroke
  • Heart disease
  • Lung diseases

Kai paipa he pakeke hoki te katoa. Ko te roa kua he paowa koe, te uaua ko reira! Tenei he no te mea he faatîtîraa paowa. You do not have to do it alone. Mea atu koutou tākuta e pā ana ki to koutou moni i roto i te momi ki te tiki i te tauturu, pērā i te pire he papaki ranei e ka tauturu i hanga i te tukanga māmā. ako e pā ana ki 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.

Products ki te āwhina mutu e paowa ngā:

Products to help stop smoking include:

  • kāpia nikotīni
  • pāti nikotīni
  • hikareti Hiko
  • Nicotine gum
  • Nicotine patches
  • Electronic cigarettes

tuhipoka: Ki te whakauru koe i roto i Medicaid e ka tetahi mea e tauturu mutu koutou kai paipa kia hipokina raro koutou mahere inihua. He maha mahere tūmataiti ka hipokina ano enei taonga.

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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