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8 Ways to Relax after a Hectic Day

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8 Ways to Relax after a Hectic Day

According to a popular African proverb, there is enough problems to worry about every blessed day. From navigating through hectic traffic, to office or school hassles, or even home chores or unconsciously craving the shortest time to just breathe and relax.

There is nothing as hectic as getting through a week day in Nigeria, (Most especially Lagos) but to continue living, one must learn to relax and unwind after each daily hassle.

We bring you the list of 8 Ways to Relax after a Hectic Day

1. Take a shower

The importance of a nice cold shower after a hectic day can never be over emphasised as it doesn’t only cool you off but disinfect your skin from all manner of germs and all.

2. Listen to Music

Music they say is a music to the soul. There isn’t a better way to clear your head from the sounds of the honks you’ve were subjected to while in traffic or the sound of the hyper bus conductor.

Listen to whatever type of music that calms your nerves. We’ll however recommend a low or mid tempo R’n’B, Jazz, or Blues. Whatever works for you.

3. Read a book

They say Reader are Leaders but that aside, there is nothing intriguing as hearing that little voice in your head when you read. Reading will really help you relax. Try it.

4. Watch TV

What about catching up with your favorite Tv show? or optionally try seeing that trendy movie that suites your type of genre of choice. However, you need to know when to call it a day because you don’t wanna stay up late.

5. Don’t bring work home

If you truly want to unwind, then you really have to keep the work off your home. Do not bring the carryovers with you after a day at work. The work can wait.

6. Stay off social media

Staying the social media works like magic. After a hectic weekday, you need to ignore those WhatsApp or Facebook messages, Twitter and all other social media platform aren’t exempted It is a very healthy habit to imbibe.

7. Organize your space

Organizing your space could mean arranging your closet, your shoes or putting your living home in order. Organizing and putting things in place can help you relax.

8. Sleep

The importance of sleep is way lengthy but to keep it short and concise, after you might have taken your shower, had your dinner and maybe watched a bit of a short Tv show, you have to sleep.

This is when warn out tissues are regenerated and a whole lot of other stuffs in our system goes on then.

Getting enough sleep keeps one refreshed and pumped after getting a good night’s sleep. Sleep early, that way you;ll get enough rest and of course wake early for the next hectic day.

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Anambra State Cholera Outbreak; 11 People Hospitalized

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Anambra State Cholera Outbreak; 11 People Hospitalized

Not fewer than 11 people have been reportedly hospitalized in Inoma community in Anambra West Local Government Area of the state following a reported cholera outbreak.

Dr Joseph Akabuike, the State’s Commissioner of Health in a statement issued in Awka said that;

“The team was dispatched by the Commissioner for Health and its led by the State Disease Surveillance Officer Adaora Ejikeme, accompanied by the State UNICEF Consultant, Didien Gbofemi.

The team was tasked to stem the spread as well as recommend measures at containing any replication. Eleven patients, five boys and six girls within the age bracket of one to 10years old, had since been admitted into a health facility in the area.

The patients, our correspondent gathered, showed symptoms of excessive stooling, vomiting, acute dehydration and malnutrition”.

Dr Akabuike further added that’

”as part of the intervention to control the outbreak, the team supplied antimicrobial medicines such as Doxycycline tablets, flagyl infusions, flagly tablets, ciprofloxacin tabs, ciprotabinfussions, ceptraxone injections among others. They also gave out sets of water guard, needles and syringes and bags of water to the Inoma Health facility.

The team later paid a courtesy visit to the traditional ruler of Inoma Community, Igwe Emmanuel Oluta to sensitise him and his cabinet and other members of the community on the prevention and control measures for cholera. A preliminary report released by the Rapid Response Team, showed that the main source of drinking water for the community was a contaminated stream”.

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What Nigerians think About Nigerian Health Care System – WATCH

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In this video, BattaBox conducted a bit of a social survey in Abuja to find out what Nigerians think concerning the state of their primary healthcare facilities in the country.

Secondly, to find out if they think the current government funding is sufficient for basic, minimum healthcare or is the 1% of the basic healthcare provision fund critical to improve current health realities.

What about you; kindly share with us, Do you trust the Nigerian Hospitals?

Watch below;

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A Nigerian Doctor Saved my Life – 61 year old American

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A Nigerian Doctor Saved my Life - 61 year old American

A twitter user named James Dolan revealed that a Nigerian doctor helped to save his life.

James who heirs from Portland, USA made the revelation when commenting under Ellen Degeneres‘ post about the Nigerian female Bobsled team whom she interviewed two days ago.

Mr James Dolan wished the Nigerian Bobsled team good luck and prayed they win and put Nigeria on the map where it should be.

A Nigerian Doctor Saved my Life - 61 year old American

See Mr James’ post below.

A Nigerian Doctor Saved my Life - 61 year old American

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