In the past, some people liked to go to the hospital for a medical examination in the second half of the year. This concept needs to be changed. In fact, spring is the golden season for physical examination and conditioning body. On the one hand, the cold is cold in winter, people are heavy, poor, lack of exercise, and uncoordinated metabolism, especially in the Spring Festival, feasting, big fish, big meat, and impermanence of sleep. The annual plan lies in spring, and everything is growing in spring. It is the most active season of human visceral and organ physiological functions. It is suitable to check your physical condition in order to make necessary conditioning.
Under normal circumstances, no matter what age group, a regular health check every year is essential. Experts have proposed that after the Spring Festival, three types of people should participate in health examinations:
1. People with a lot of compensation: such as the owners and leaders of enterprises and institutions, personnel engaged in sales, and so on. Such people often eat too delicately, fat and greasy, excessive tobacco and alcohol, and excessive pressure. It is prone to diseases such as hyperlipidemia, fatty liver, coronary heart disease, hypertension, gastritis, gastric ulcer and other diseases.
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2. People who like to eat meat with little exercise: Most of these people are sitting in the office all day, lacking exercise, unreasonable diet structure, partial eclipse, such as eating meat and eating less vegetables and fruits. This will disturb the normal metabolism of the human body. It is easy to cause obesity, hyperlipidemia, fatty liver, osteoporosis, etc.
Middle -aged people over 40 years old: By the age of 40, the proportion of diseases in the body is significantly increased compared to before. People of this age often shoulder the heavy responsibility, whether they are their careers and families. It is prone to problems such as cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, diabetes, and even cancer.
(Editor in charge: Tang Aifeng)