How To Be Careful About Your Health During COVID-19

How To Be Careful About Your Health During COVID-19

Posted by ARDEN DENTAL CARE on Aug 27 2020, 10:54 PM

How To Be Careful About Your Health During COVID-19

With the COVID-19 pandemic not stopping, it’s important that we make extra efforts to care for our health. We need to carry on our activities with precaution and follow the government's guidelines to stay safe and protected. Here is how to be careful about your health during COVID-19:

Wear a Mask

Wearing a mask is critical if you want to protect yourself from viruses. The use of masks is proven to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus and even break the chain of transmission. So, whenever you go out and meet people, keep using your mask for protection to prevent the virus from spreading. 

Wash Your Hands 

Always wash your hands thoroughly after touching packages and other surfaces, pressing the elevator button, shopping, or handling money. If there is no soap and water available, use a hand sanitizer to eliminate the germs from your hands. It’s a good idea to always carry a hand sanitizer in your bag for this purpose.

Maintain Physical Distance

If your work and other activities require you to leave your house, protect yourself by always maintaining a distance of at least two meters from the people around you. If you eat in public areas or shop, make sure you keep a safe distance to avoid physical contact, as virus transmission can happen through droplets when people sneeze, cough, or talk.

Avoid Crowded Places

The risk of getting infected with COVID-19 increases significantly in crowded areas. Places like social gatherings, wedding halls, meeting halls, restaurants, demonstrations, or movie theatres, should be avoided. You can protect yourself better by staying away from crowded places.

Limit Your Social Interactions

Go out of your house only if you have to. It is wiser to limit your social interactions as you may not know the other person's health situation. 

Safeguard Your Oral Health

Toothaches, cavities, and bleeding gums can disrupt your daily routine even during a pandemic. In fact, taking care of your oral health is all the more important in such times. You should maintain good oral hygiene to prevent dental issues and visit the dental office only in case of an emergency. For minor problems, you can check if your dentist provides online consultations. 

To learn more about protecting your overall and dental health, contact Arden Dental Care at (916) 481-2001 or visit us at 1832 Avondale Ave Ste 1, Sacramento, CA 95825. 

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