Want to know whether or not you are healthy but you don’t want to go to the doctors? There you go, we have listed out 6 quick test to tell if you are healthy.
Now, close one of your eye, take around 3 to 5 steps back from you monitor, and look at this circle (zoom in to make the picture cover your whole computer screen), try the link to this picture if you can’t zoom: https://imgur.com/h5hP9e5
If you found any lines that looked darker than the other, you might have astigmatism, approach your nearby optician.
Sit down and stretch out your legs in front of you, and then try to touch your feet using the tips of your posture should look like this:
If you can do it easily, congratulations! Your body is in good shape. Otherwise, you might need to start exercising!
Now, sit down calmly for about 5 minutes then place 4 fingers on inner side of your wrist and count your pulse.
Having 60 to 100 beats a minute is normal for adults and children over ten years old. Any value out of the range might indicate blood pressure problem in you. BUT don’t diagnose it yourself! Approach doctor.
Dip your fingers in cold water (around 4²C, just take water out from your fridge) for 30 seconds. People with blood circulation problem will have their fingertips turn white or blue.
Press upper/underside of foot with thumb, if the indentation remains for several seconds, your body might have problem with fluid retention. Then, you need to limit your intake of salt and processed foods.
Close your eye, stretch your arm and then stretch your fingers to sides with palms facing up.
Now, ask for a people to place a paper on your palms, if your paper trembles together with your finger after 10 seconds, you might have hyperthyroidism.
The tests above are for reference purpose only, do approach doctors for diagnosis and DON’T DIAGNOSE ON YOUR OWN!
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