First Aid Training

Health Tips For Summer

A difference in season requires an adjustment of standard, a revamped up diet, and obviously, another activity routine that suits the climate. The beginning of warm climate can make your body more helpless against various kinds of infections and certain health guidelines must be followed to ensure a healthy summer.

5 Quick Tips To Be Healthy In Summer Season

EAT HEALTHY ND LIGHT
Eat healthy and light
Eat light, little, successive food. With lots of Fresh fruits and vegetables. Weighty suppers with a lot of sugars and fats lead to a ton of hotness in the body. Zero in on new foods grown from the ground that have high water content - like oranges, watermelon, tomatoes, and so forth
EAT HEALTHY ND LIGHT
TREAT YOUR EYES WELL
Shield your vision from the brutal daylight at work and at play, wear defensive eyewear. At the point when outside, wear shades that square essentially almost 99% of ultraviolet rays.
EAT HEALTHY ND LIGHT
Avoid Alcohol and Excessive Caffeine
Liquor, fizzy beverages and excessive caffeine all can leave you dried out rapidly. Please, attempt to decrease how much these most loved refreshments, particularly during sweltering climate. Plain or seasoned water is a decent substitute.
EAT HEALTHY ND LIGHT
Stay Hydrated
Hotness and sweat in the Summer months can leave your body drained out, causing undesirable wellbeing results like sunstrokes and dehydration. Keep yourself all around hydrated by drinking something like 2 to 3 litters of water daily.
EAT HEALTHY ND LIGHT
Avoid outside/junk food
Roadside food can be contaminated and may prompt foodborne illnesses. Likewise in the mid-year heat on the off chance that food isn't put away as expected it might get spoilt and lead to a stomach disease.
AMBULANCE & MEDICAL EMERGENCY SERVICES

NEED FOR FIRST AID TRAINING

We at Ziqitza offer the best in emergency medical care, and also believe in empowering ordinary citizens to respond appropriately to emergency situations. We do workshops for first aid training to help train ordinary citizens to respond to medical emergencies effectively with First Aid and Basic Life Support techniques.

Benefits of First Aid Training

  • A First Responder is the one who identifies an emergency and takes the necessary and correct steps to stabilise the situation within the Golden Hour itself.
  • A First Responder has to know simple life-saving techniques that any common man can perform with minimal equipment at hand, in order to provide aid in emergencies, till more advanced care is made available to the patient in need.

SAVING LIVES WITH FIRST AID TRAINING

FIRST AID TIPS IN COMMON MEDICAL EMERGENCIES

First aid for someone who’s unconscious and not breathing

The delivery of chest compressions
Check breathing by tilting their head backwards and looking and feeling for breaths. Call for an ambulance as soon as possible, or get someone else to do it. Push firmly downwards in the middle of the chest and then release. Push at a regular rate until help arrives

First aid for choking

The delivery of back blows
Hit them firmly on their back between the shoulder blades to dislodge the object. If necessary, call for an ambulance or get someone else to do it.

First aid for someone who’s unconscious and breathing

Place the person on their side and tilt their head back
Check breathing by tilting their head backwards and looking and feeling for breaths. Move them onto their side and tilt their head back. As soon as possible, call for an ambulance or get someone else to do it

First aid for someone who’s bleeding heavily

Put pressure on the wound
Put pressure on the wound with whatever is available to stop or slow down the flow of blood. As soon as possible, call for an ambulance or get someone else to do it. Keep pressure on the wound until help arrives.

First aid for burns

Cool the affected area
Cool the burn under cold running water for at least ten minutes. Loosely cover the burn with cling film or a clean plastic bag. As soon as possible, call for an ambulance or get someone else to do it.

First aid for a broken bone

Immobilize the affected part
Encourage the person to support the injury with their hand, or use a cushion or items of clothing to prevent unnecessary movement. As soon as possible, call for an ambulance or get someone else to do it. Continue supporting the injury until help arrives.

First aid for a heart attack

Ensure they are sitting and call for an ambulance immediately
The person may have persistent, vice-like chest pain, which may spread to their arms, neck, jaw, back or stomach. Call for an ambulance immediately or get someone else to do it. Make sure they are in a position that is comfortable for them (e.g. sit them on the floor, leaning against a wall or chair). Give them constant reassurance while waiting for the ambulance.

First aid for a stroke

Carry out the FAST test
  1. Think FAST. Face: is there weakness on one side of the face? Arms: can they raise both arms? Speech: is their speech easily understood? Time: to call for an ambulance.
  2. Immediately call for an ambulance or get someone else to do it

First aid for diabetes

Give them something sweet to drink or eat
Give them something sweet to eat or a non-diet drink. Reassure the person. If there is no improvement, call for an ambulance or get someone else to do it.

First aid for an asthma attack

Help them take their medication
  1. Help the person sit in a comfortable position and take their medication.
  2. Reassure the person. If the attack becomes severe, call for an ambulance or get someone else to do it

First aid for poisoning and harmful substance

Establish what? When? And how much?
Establish what they have taken. When? And how much? As soon as possible, call for an ambulance or get someone else to do it. Do not make the person sick.

First aid for a head injury

Apply something cold
  1. Ask them to rest and apply a cold compress to the injury (e.g. frozen vegetables wrapped in a tea towel).
  2. If they become drowsy or vomit, call for an ambulance or get someone else to do it.

First aid for someone who's distressed

Ask if you can help
  1. Show you are listening and calmly ask them how you can help.
  2. Be considerate of what is going on around them and what they need.

First aid for seizures (epilepsy)

Make them safe and prevent injury
  1. Do not restrain them but use a blanket or clothing to protect their head from injury.
  2. After the seizure, help the person rest on their side with their head tilted back.

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