Our health is possibly the foremost thing we must look after. From following healthy diet to proper exercising, our body needs conscientious care for us to feel good. Good health is central to handling stress and living a long and active life.
It is our body that regularly send us signals if something is wrong. Like the constant state of fatigue by the end of the day, or upset stomach or back pain, you body signals you about all the right and wrongs going on with you.
We often talk about good health, but how do you measure how good is your good health is? We decided to jot down some signs you can watch out for, in order to know if you in good health!
1. Good, clear urine.
If you are peeing fewer times a day and it is good pale yellow then your body is in good health, and you are completely hydrated. Colourless urine indicates over hydration. The darker urine is, the more concentrated it tends to be. Dark urine is most commonly due to dehydration.
2. Large bowel movements.
You do not have to worry about going to the washroom too often to take a dump. This only means that you have a great digestive system.
3. Quick healing of wound and bruises.
This is a sign of good health and means your body is healthy and able to recover and repair itself promptly.
4. Frequent production of ear wax.
Some amount of earwax in your ear is quite healthy.
A famous health and wellness expert at Maple Holistics, tells Bustle, “In addition to creating an effective fence against foreign particles, earwax also has antimicrobial properties to keep infections at bay [and] this viscous secretion also serves as a protective sound barrier for the eardrum.”
5. Waking up fresh and not tired.
This means your sleep cycle is consistent and you are getting good amount of sleep on a daily basis. Probably 7-8 hours everyday.
6. Passing gas frequently.
No, it is not embarrassing. Gas needs to get out of your body regularly to keep your body healthy. “Passing gas is considered a faux pas, but it’s actually an important part of gut health,” Dr. Sonja Kukuljian, a gut health expert.