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1. Healthy Lifestyle Choices
|Diet that includes a variety of foods in appropriate proportions
|A balanced diet is essential for overall health.
|Physical activity for health and fitness
|Regular exercise helps maintain a healthy lifestyle.
|Maintenance of adequate fluid levels in the body
|Hydration is crucial for proper bodily functions.
|Foods containing a high level of nutrients
|Dark leafy greens are nutrient-rich and beneficial for health.
|Bodily movement for health and well-being
|Incorporating physical activity into daily life promotes health.
|Practices that promote healthy sleep habits
|Good sleep hygiene includes a regular sleep schedule.
|Techniques for coping with stress
|Meditation and exercise are effective stress management techniques.
2. Healthcare Systems and Access to Medical Services
|Healthcare that is reasonably priced and accessible
|Access to affordable healthcare is a fundamental right.
|Coverage for medical expenses
|Many employers offer health insurance as a benefit.
|Basic healthcare services provided by family doctors
|Primary care physicians play a crucial role in preventive health.
|Healthcare professional with expertise in a specific area
|Patients may be referred to a specialist for further evaluation.
|Remote healthcare services provided through technology
|Telemedicine allows patients to consult doctors online.
|Healthcare system that provides coverage to all citizens
|Some countries have implemented universal healthcare systems.
3. Mental Health Awareness
|Strategies for dealing with stress and adversity
|Engaging in hobbies can be a healthy coping mechanism.
|Mental health stigma
|Negative attitudes and beliefs surrounding mental health
|Breaking the mental health stigma is essential for promoting well-being.
|Activities undertaken to maintain mental and physical health
|Practicing self-care can improve overall well-being.
|Treatment for mental health issues
|Cognitive-behavioral therapy is an effective treatment for anxiety.
|State of being comfortable, healthy, and happy
|Prioritizing well-being is crucial for overall quality of life.
Idioms for Speaking
These are idioms and phrases that use topic-related figures of speech. They can also be used in different contexts.
|A clean bill of health
|A report or assurance that someone is in good health.
|“After the medical check-up, the doctor gave him a clean bill of health.”
|A picture of health
|A person who looks extremely healthy.
|“Despite his age, the marathon runner is still a picture of health.”
|Break a sweat
|To engage in physical activity or exercise that causes sweating.
|“It’s important to break a sweat regularly to maintain cardiovascular health.”
|Catch one’s breath
|To take a moment to rest and breathe after physical exertion.
|“After running up the stairs, I needed a moment to catch my breath.”
|Fit as a fiddle
|In very good physical condition.
|“After months of training, he felt fit as a fiddle and ready for the marathon.”
|Go under the knife
|To undergo surgery or a medical procedure.
|“She had to go under the knife to address a persistent health issue.”
|An instinctive feeling or intuition, especially about health.
|“His gut feeling told him that something wasn’t right with his health.”
|Hit the gym
|To go to the gym for exercise or a workout.
|“I hit the gym every morning to stay in shape and maintain good health.”
|In the pink
|In good health and excellent condition.
|“Despite her age, she’s still in the pink and leads an active lifestyle.”
|Jump on the bandwagon
|To adopt a popular trend or activity.
|“Many people are jumping on the bandwagon of healthier eating habits.”
|Let one’s hair down
|To relax and enjoy oneself after a period of intense activity.
|“After the stressful week, she decided to let her hair down and unwind.”
|Mind over matter
|The power of the mind to influence and overcome physical challenges.
|“In some cases, overcoming illness requires a strong mind over matter.”
|On the mend
|In the process of recovering from an illness or injury.
|“Thanks to proper treatment, he’s on the mend and should be back to work soon.”
|Out of shape
|In poor physical condition, lacking fitness.
|“After months of a sedentary lifestyle, I realized I was out of shape.”
|Run in the family
|To have a particular trait or health condition that is common among family members.
|“High cholesterol seems to run in the family, so it’s important to monitor it.”
|Take one’s pulse
|To check one’s heart rate by feeling the pulse.
|“After the workout, she took her pulse to see how her heart rate had changed.”
|Under the weather
|Feeling unwell or not in good health.
|“I won’t be able to attend the meeting; I’m feeling a bit under the weather.”
|Up and about
|Fully recovered and active after an illness or injury.
|“After a week of rest, he’s up and about, back to his regular activities.”
|Wear and tear
|Damage or deterioration caused by normal use or aging.
|“As we age, our joints experience wear and tear, leading to certain health issues.”
|Work one’s fingers to the bone
|To work extremely hard and diligently.
|“She worked her fingers to the bone to meet the project deadline.”