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    10 Health Secrets Doctors Tell Only Their Friends and Relatives

    Among the most prominent of these reasons is that this group of people remains close to the doctors, who care more about them than any other person and can bear the doctor’s opinion without any health or legal problems.

    For this reason, the health page of the British newspaper, The Mirror, asked experts in this field to provide at least one medical or health advice that they tell their friends and close ones.

    Here are the ten tips provided by experts in the medical and health field that all people in general should know.

    1. Blood pressure: British Blood Pressure Foundation professor Gareth Beavers advises patients with high blood pressure to seek so-called "emergency blood pressure monitoring", where blood pressure is measured at 24-hour intervals at home first, Before the medication is dispensed by the doctor.

    For doctors, this is the "gold standard" for measuring blood pressure, and it gives more accurate readings than a single doctor's measurement.

    The next best option is to have a blood pressure monitor, with the patient at regular intervals at home, and taking the initiative to write down the results.

    2. Feet: Podiatrist Hina Patel recommends treating the feet just like the face, in terms of taking care of them.

    Patel calls for investing in a good foot moisturizer and making sure to use it every day. If cracked heels are painful, it may cause harm and damage to the feet, as infection may enter the body through cracks in the feet, especially if one has diabetes.

    In addition, it should be remembered that drinking water helps keep the skin hydrated on the feet, as well as on the face.

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    3. Teeth: British Hove dentist Sally Rayment warns patients who have had amalgam or gray fillings in their molars not to replace them due to their appearance or concern about mercury.

    Sally believes that replacing it will cause problems, especially if the nerves are exposed.

    4. Psychotherapy: Psychiatrist and author of "Correcting Brain Foggy: Restore Your Focus and Memory in Just 3 Weeks" Mike Dow advises psychiatric patients not to take unnecessary medication.

    According to Mike, many people take over-the-counter medications without needing them, including aspirin, antibiotics, asthma medications, ibuprofen and steroids.

    Mike believes that these drugs may lead to a depletion of B vitamins in the body, which is the vitamin needed to boost mood and energy, which may lead to increased brain inflammation, which speeds up aging further and thinking less clearly.
    5. Varicose veins: Consultant surgeon and clinical bedside medicine Mark Whiteley warns against ignoring pain in the legs, especially since 30% of adults suffer from varicose veins problems in their legs, and only half of those can see varicose veins prominent on the surface of the legs.

    The other half of them, Whiteley explains, have "occult varicose veins," which are deep under the skin that they can't tell until there's swelling in the ankle, phlebitis, red or brown spots, eczema on the ankles or leg ulcers.

    Not even a doctor or nurse can know about the presence of "occult varicose veins" unless an ultrasound is done on both sides of the legs.

    6. Gastroenterology: Doctors advise their friends and relatives to try new foods, says Dr. Anton Emmanuel, a consultant gastroenterologist at University Hospital and medical director of the British Bowel Society.

    In Britain, and possibly other countries, about 60 percent of people eat the same foods every day.

    But doctors advise trying new foods, and even if the foods they eat are healthy, this is not good for the intestines, as the digestive system needs a range of nutrients to absorb a wide range of nutrients and minerals that a person needs.

    7. Pills: Pharmaceutical consultant Sunil Kochhar advises friends and relatives not to pay up to 10x for a range of brand name painkillers.

    There is a general notion that brand name products called best or "you get what you pay for", says Kochhar, is, in fact, nothing more than paying for colour, style of packaging and branding, when all products include minimal standards and metrics. Thus, they provide the same effect.


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