Healthy Sleep, Regular Exercise Improve Life Better Than Being on Hospital Bed

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Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Dr. Adeola Oke

In an atmosphere where there is happiness and cheerfulness, you probably would not imagine anything strange nor evil to happen. Like the Christian Eriksen’s incident that stunned the fans at Copenhagen’s Parken Stadium at the ongoing Euro 2020.

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Eriksen, Denmark’s midfielder collapsed on Saturday on the pitch towards the end of the first half and the minutes that followed were some of the most worrisome in recent sporting history.

Nobody at the stadium imagines such an incident could happen, the last time such a thing happened was in March 2012 when Bolton Wanderers midfielder, Fabrice Muamba suffered a cardiac arrest during an FA Cup match against Tottenham

Fabrice’s heart stopped for 78 minutes but could leave the hospital a month later. Another example of such was Cameroonian’s midfielder, Marc-Vivien Foe, who collapsed during a Confederation Cup in 2003.

Marc did not recover and was subsequently found to have been suffering from hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. Given details on what could have caused Erickson’s collapse, a Cardiac Electrophysiologist at the Norfolk and Norwich Hospitals Trust, Dr. Richard Till said that what happened to Christian Eriksen was rare and it was likely the fast CPR he received on the pitch that helped to save his life.

The two examples are not strange to all and what has been described as what could be caused by stress or any other ailments. As said by James Beckerman, M.D, a cardiologist at Providence Heart Institute, Portland, “Having too much stress, for too long, is bad for the heart

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Dr. James mentioned that stress that is not well managed can result in heart disease, high blood pressure, chest pain, or irregular heartbeats. He pointed that the stress itself can be a problem.

Founder and CEO, Wellness Surge, Dr. Adeola Oke explained that stress is the leading cause of disease and disability, saying that most people living in a busy world don’t have the time and energy to give their body what it needs to heal.

Dr. Adeola, who is also a pharmacist with a passion for Public Health recounted her own experience when she had acute pain in her body, saying that she didn’t have the thought she could be affected by inflation.

She said she woke in severe pain and could not walk, pull around the house with a wheel but still couldn’t walk without wincing in pain.

In her words, “I tried some ibuprofen and acetaminophen but still couldn’t walk without wincing in pain. I then remembered that an 80-year-old cardiologist and colleague had told me about the benefits of the active ingredient in turmeric.

She said she dragged herself to a store when she was informed by an eighty years old cardiologist and colleague who informed her to buy turmeric extract natural supplement.

“I took only one tablet of the supplement, and after about an hour, I was able to walk, pain-free! I was amazed by the experience I had with the natural supplement”, she said.

The miraculous experience was what led Dr. Adeola to be a staunch believer in the power of quality, natural supplements at the correct doses and also made her create what will benefit others that are stressed by the hustle and bustle of modern-day life.

In her research and commitment to a healthy life, she came up with the idea of Premium Super Green while she was fasting in Ramadan 2019.

“Premium super green reduces the harmful effects of stress, improves immunity not to lose time, and also increases energy levels. All for less than the cost of a cup of coffee per day! All you need to do is add one scoop to water or your favourite drink, smoothie, or yoghurt,

I am committed to a holistic approach to health care and tackling the root cause of diseases through lifestyle changes”, she said.

According to her, she said stress is the leading cause of disease and disability.

“Even the World Health Organization calls stress the epidemic of the 21st century. Most people living in a busy world don’t have the time and energy to give their body what it needs to heal.

This is how things have been, and this is how things will remain.  If we don’t provide an easy and affordable fix, people will continue to deprive their body of what it needs to heal and continue to rack up health care bills”, Dr. Adeola recounted.

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She advised Africans to eat more vegetables and fruits that have been provided to us by nature.

“The most important way to eat vegetables will be to either eat them raw or with little steaming to get all the benefits from the vegetables. For people that are burdened with high blood sugar, I’ll encourage that we eat more vegetables than fruit.

“Cost of healthy sleep and regular exercise, positive thought, fruits, water, Vitamin D, and stress reduction is nothing compared to paying imaging, medications, anesthesia, administer medication, cost of room and board for a hospital stay”

She said people that are burdened with high blood sugar should also eat more vegetables than fruits.

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Dr. Adeola has a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Maryland School of Nursing with a Masters’s degree in Public Health from the University of Maryland School of Medicine.

She also possesses a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy and is a Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist and has been practicing for over 11 years, working as a Pharmacist.

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