World Health Day 2018:Importance of Health Day

World Health Day 2018: Importance of Health Day

The World health day is celebrated every year on 7th April. It is a global awareness day which is celebrated under the sponsorship of the World Health Organization and also other health-related organizations.

In 1948 WHO Held first health assembly. The assembly decided to celebrate 7th April of each year with effect from 1950 as the world health day. On this Day WHO organizes international, religion and local event related to the particular theme.

World health day is acknowledged by various government and non-governmental organization with interests in public health issues.

Who organizes different activity and highlight their report in media such as the global health council. World health day is one of the eight official global health campaigns marked by WHO along with the World malaria day, World AIDS Day, World blood donor Day, World Tuberculosis day, World immunization week, World No Tobacco Day, World Hepatitis Day.

We all know the requisites of a healthy lifestyle but we fail to achieve diseases free life. An analysis of data collected by SRL Diagnostics report shows that 79.12 percent had either Vitamin D deficiency or inefficiency.women were more commonly vitamin D insufficient men showed more cases of vitamin D deficiency.

To maintain your health life follow some rules which are good for your body. There are certain tips related to your health:

“Drink a minimum of 2 liters of water every day” 

“Stay away from all distraction before going to sleep”

“Exercise Daily for 15 to 30 minutes”

“Avoid Junk Food”

“Eat breakfast Everyday”

“Say no to social media while sleeping”

“Meditate Daily.meditation is the key to manage stress and depression”

“Do regular medical check-up once every 3-4 months”

“wash your hand after using the toilet and before eating food wear neat and clean cloth, Take a bath daily”

“Go for a walk every day”   

World Health Day 2018 Theme: Universal Health Coverage 

UHC means that all individuals and communities receive the health services they need without suffering financial hardship. It includes the full spectrum of quality health services, treatment, rehabilitation, palliative care.

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