Caring doctors keep your stress away
Our bodies have certain needs that, when unmet, lead to fatigue, illness and decreased functionality.
Many people wouldn’t think twice about pulling an all-nighter to get a paper in on time or skipping breakfast and lunch in order to finish an important work project. However, while we do what it takes to be successful in school or in our jobs, we often ignore the things our body needs in order to maintain good health.
First Opinion caring doctors know health concerns are an inconvenience in our busy schedules, so they do their best to not only answer health questions and concerns but also inform on preventative health measures like:
- Drinking 8 glasses of water a day
- Maintaining a nutritious diet
- Exercising regularly
- Getting adequate sleep at night
- Reducing stress
- Washing hands frequently and thoroughly
- Getting regular checkups
First Opinion doctors are available all day, every day; they explain why these things are important for overall good health and suggest great tips for making the healthy choice the easy choice.
“Anytime I get a headache, the flu or a cough, my First Opinion doctor is the first person to hear about it. She gives me information on what it most likely is and offers suggestions on how to get some relief. After helping me with several health concerns over the past few months, however, she started suggesting some preventative measures like getting adequate sleep at night and drinking enough water. I had never thought about it, but I was a total procrastinator when it came to my health; my body was my absolute last priority until it stopped working properly, and I was forced to take proper care of it.” – Deb, First Opinion User
Download the First Opinion app and get matched with one of our caring doctors for information and suggestions on how to avoid stress, fatigue and illness before they have become a concern.
Image Credit: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/12/131217210549.htm