Many health claims pass from word of mouth and from generation to generation, so to speak. Which summer beliefs should we learn from and which should we forget? The time between has been called the rotten month. According to the belief, in this case, the healing of wounds is prolonged and difficult due to inflammation. A study conducted at hospital shows that the risk of getting a deep surgical wound infection or an organ infection is twice as high in an operation performed during the puerperium than at any other time.
This probably applies to other wounds as well. In the summer, you can get more wounds and burns when you do a lot of work outside. Your mother or grandmother probably warned you about this. Half of women suffer from at least one urinary tract infection during their lifetime. 75–95 percent of inflammations are caused by the escherichia coli bacteria. It normally occurs in the perineum and anus area. Factors that predispose to urinary tract infections include weakened mucosal defenses, diabetes, bladder function or emptying disorders, catheterization and sexual intercourse.
The media brings out phenomena happening in the world every day, which cause people both worry and anxiety. In the political atmosphere, confrontation between workers and bourgeois and even a discussion questioning human dignity are visible. War, famine and lack of education in poor countries are still a phenomenon affecting the whole world. Climate change forces us to look at our choices and values ??in the past and to look to the future.
The concern about the deterioration of health and well-being and inequality should not be underestimated. Long-term illnesses reduce both work ability and social relationships and expose you to additional illnesses. Also, the ability to read one’s own health information and the ability to solve problems or seek help for them are currently discriminating citizens. People’s participation, resilience and trust in the surrounding society are of great importance in the solutions to these phenomena.
We get health-related information from the media, from experts, and we can even measure our daily calorie consumption, physical activity, sleep quality and note nutrient concentrations in a diary to get feedback on eating correctly. The health technology tools, devices and methods of medicine, treatment and rehabilitation are developing at a breakneck pace. Artificial intelligence can already make far-reaching predictions in the diagnosis of diseases.
In the same way that inequality can be seen in terms of health, participation in society is also unequal and people’s trust in the surrounding community and society has weakened. This has recently been seen in the radicalization of people and communities worldwide and in confrontation. Political discussion is characterized by weak trust in society and the ability to be or be able to be an active player in society.