Since the corona virus pandemic, everyone has become more aware of their health. Everyone has made yoga and exercise a part of their lives. We all know how to take care of our health, but we consume alcohol, smoke, eat junk and fast food. Despite exercise, all this can affect the health of our liver. Yes… we have all become aware of our health, but how important is it to maintain the health of our liver. We did not understand all this.
Digestive problems increase during monsoon, as we are unable to take care of food. In this case, the chances of getting hepatitis increase. Therefore, World Hepatitis Day is celebrated every year on July 28 to raise awareness about ‘hepatitis’. It is a liver disease that can be caused by various bacteria, viruses or parasites.
Although there are many ways to prevent hepatitis, there is currently no cure for this disease. World Hepatitis Day is observed on July 28 to raise awareness and inspire people about the dangers of the disease.
Why is World Hepatitis Day celebrated?
The main objective of celebrating World Hepatitis Day 2022 is to raise awareness about hepatitis and to make people aware of the dangers of this serious liver disease.
Hepatitis can affect people in different ways. While a person infected with hepatitis may face fatigue, abdominal pain or fever. Sometimes they may not even know they have hepatitis. Many people develop serious health problems, including liver damage from the disease.
Theme of World Hepatitis Day
This year’s theme for World Hepatitis Day is ‘Bringing Hepatitis Care to You’. ‘Adoption of hepatitis care.’ The idea behind this theme is to focus on raising awareness of the need to make hepatitis treatment more accessible.
So, if you too are struggling with hepatitis, then these tips can help you.
avoid sexual activity
Avoid all sexual activity if you have hepatitis A. Many types of sexual activity can also infect your partner. Where condoms do not provide sufficient protection.
Many people with hepatitis A infection feel tired and sick and have little energy. So rest as much as you can and take care of your diet.
vomiting and nervousness
Anxiety can make eating difficult. Try snacking throughout the day instead of eating a full meal. To get enough calories, eat more high-calorie foods. For example, drink fruit juice or milk instead of water. It is important to drink plenty of fluids to prevent dehydration when vomiting occurs.
Avoid alcohol and use drugs cautiously. Your liver may have difficulty processing medications and alcohol. If you have hepatitis, do not drink alcohol. This can cause further liver damage. Talk to your doctor about all the medicines you take, including over-the-counter medicines.