Internal Medicine: Dr. Joydeep Ghosh-Consultant of the Department of Internal Medicine at Fortis Hospital Anandapur
Try to avoid stress
Sleep for at least 6 hrs
Try to practice switch on and off from work to home
Eat regularly and eat healthy
Green vegetables and fruits
Drink at least 3 litres of plain water daily
Keep the habit of washing hands before eating if you use hands to eat
Orthopedics: Dr. Rakesh Rajput-Director of the Department of Bone & Joint Care at Fortis Hospital Anandapur
8 tips for Healthy Bones:
1.Eat Calcium-Rich Foods eg. Fish with bones, dark green leafy vegetables, almonds, dried figs, and soy milk
2.Take Calcium Supplements if needed
3.Add Vitamin D to your diet to ensure proper absorption of Calcium
4.Start weight-bearing exercises like running, jogging, hi-impact aerobics, repetitive stair climbing, dancing, tennis, and basketball. This will help boost bone strength.
5.Don't Smoke or Drink excessively as it can cause a reduction in Bone Mineral Density
6.Test your Bone Mineral Density before the symptoms of bone degradation arise. For women, it is recommended to test BMD within 2 years of menopause.
7.Consult specialists and take the prescribed medication regularly
Nephrology: Dr. Partha Karmakar- Consultant of the Department of Nephrology at Fortis Hospital Anandapur
Tips for Healthy Kidneys:
1.Maintain your ideal weight. Obesity is one of the leading causes of Kidney Disease.
2.Ensure sufficient physical activity. Increased metabolic rate will keep weight under check.
3.Eat a healthy and balanced diet. Include as much raw vegetables and fruits as possible.
4.Avoid Smoking, Alcohol and other addictions. Nicotine increases the risk of chronic kidney disease.
Cardiology: Dr. Shuvanan Ray- Director of the Department of Cardiac Sciences at Fortis Hospital Anandapur
Exercise: Regular physical activity is indispensable to ensure a healthy heart. A regular 30-min walk or free-hand exercise is sufficient to break the ill-effects of a sedentary lifestyle.
Good Dietary Habits: Proper diet with a sufficient amount of fresh fruits and vegetables is extremely important for a healthy heart. Avoid food rich in saturated fats and trans-fatty acids, like deep-fried food, junk food etc., to keep cholesterol under check.
Family History: If one has a family history of cardiovascular ailments, he/she should be careful from an early age so as to keep the metabolic disorders like diabetes, cholesterol and triglyceride imbalance at bay.
Tobacco Consumption: Smoking or any form of tobacco consumption can trigger sudden cardiac arrest. Hence one should avoid it completely, which is even truer if the other factors for cardiac ailment persist.