We live in a society in which millions of people earn less than one dollar a day on a basic income. It is now the new normal for so many people all around the world to live in poverty. In turn, many people find themselves unable to provide for themselves and their families with the bare essentials of daily living. People should not deprive themselves of some essentials, however, if they want to live a long and healthy life, regardless of their financial or material circumstances. Please see the list below for various examples:
No doubt about it, the most essential meal of the day is a good breakfast. A lot of individuals are unaware of how important breakfast is to their overall health on a daily basis, which is a sad fact. Morning or early morning hours (between 6 a.m. and 11 a.m.) breakfast is a meal that is had first thing in the morning or in the early hours of the day. It is simpler for someone who continues to miss breakfast for an extended length of time to acquire long-term fatal illnesses as a result of this practise. Even if you believe you are unable to afford three square meals each day, breakfast should always be your top priority.
A large number of people die every day throughout the world as a result of dehydration, thirst, and a lack of access to safe and filtered water. Humans benefit greatly from consuming large amounts of water on a regular basis. It aids in the strengthening of our immune system, making it simpler to fight off life-threatening diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, stroke, and a number of other conditions. Drink at least 5 glasses of water every day, no matter how tight your budget is.
Regular medical checkup.
The majority of individuals continue to feel that having medical checks is still prohibitively expensive and difficult to obtain in most cases. This type of person, on the other hand, is most likely to have been living in a cave since medical tests and examinations are today relatively simple to perform, as opposed to in the past. The number of chemists, pharmacies, and medical institutions in nearly every part of the city has increased significantly over the years. A medical examination in Nigeria can cost as little as 1,000 naira, depending on the type of test you wish to have done, such as a blood sugar level test, diabetes testing, blood pressure testing, and other similar tests, among other things.
One of the most important things that no one should take for granted is drinking enough of water, eating breakfast, and having your medical fitness checked on a regular basis. In addition to the wealthy, these are readily accomplished by those with lesser means.
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