Everyone would agree that their eyes are one of their most important sensory organs. We absorb the world through our sight, and yet most of us do not know the steps we need to take to keep our peepers healthy. With jobs that involve us staring at the computers all day long and with so much time spent peering into our phones it is crucial for us to maintain our eye health.
The problem of visual impairment is one of the biggest issues plaguing sub-Saharan Africa. This is an issue that is affecting more than 5% of the population despite easy solutions being available.
For far too long, the health needs of women are often overlooked across the world, especially in Africa and other developing countries. Non-communicable diseases related to heart and kidneys are often termed as men’s disease,
1. Myth: Don’t eat after 6 pm.
Fact: You shouldn’t have a large meal 3 or 4 hours before going to sleep. The reason is that those people who eat just before bedtime are more likely to gain weight simply because a bedtime snack is an extra meal and, therefore, extra calories.