MRSA is a rare type of infection caused by staph bacteria. The health problem was first identified in the year 1961 by doctors who found that some bacteria have become resistant to methicillin. Unlike other health problems this infection can rapidly spread in heath care centers or in the hospitals. Different treatment methods are available to treat the problem, but there are also some simple lifestyle changes that can helps in preventing development of these bacteria.

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What Are The Lifestyle Changes For MRSA?

What Are The Lifestyle Changes For MRSA?

At times makes simple changes in the lifestyle is sufficient to make your body strong to fight against germs and prevent infection. Let us take a look on some simple lifestyle changes-

Exercise – Daily exercise helps in improving the flow of immunity cells in the blood. As the body starts to enter in the fitness level, the immune system of the body also becomes efficient in fighting MRSA. One should not limit to any specific form of exercise, instead; should include various forms like cardio, and weight training, stretching and so on. This way the entire body is covered under the fitness regime.

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Increase Vitamin D Intake – Majority of the people does not give much importance to the vitamin D content of the body. However, the fact is that vitamin D content of the body must be optimized to fight against different minor or major health problems. Research has revealed that individuals with optimized level of vitamin D content are less prone to develop MRSA than with optimized level. Exposing the body under direct sunlight helps in maintaining the required level of vitamin D.

Adequate Quality Sleep – In the busy schedule people have started compromising in the duration of their sleep, which in turn have adverse effect on the body. Research has revealed that people who deprive from required amount of quality sleep has severe effect on their immune system. To overcome this problem, one need to sleep in complete darkness as this initiates melatonin production by sleeping. Also, ensure there is complete silence in the room.

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Healthy Eating – Harmful impact of junk or unhealthy food on health is no surprise. Indulging more into processed meat, sugar and grain have compromising effect on the health. Daily diet of an individual must comprise of healthy vegetables, fruits, healthy or unsaturated fats, fresh meat etc. processed food and high sugar beverages must be avoided to the possible extent.

Develop Hobby - Stress has become a very common and inevitable aspect of individual’s life. Stress can occur due to various reasons like job, personal relations, and financial matters and so on. Activities such as medication, yoga or doing something you like can have a very positive impact on the body. This releases stress and gives internal peace and happiness to the individual.

There are various remedies which are very effective in presenting the chance of getting MRSA. This is so because these remedies are high on antimicrobial properties. Some of these remedies are as follows-

Garlic – This is a very commonly found cooking ingredient in every household. Garlic comprise of allicin which is an effective element in fighting MRSA. Research has revealed that allicin works by blocking the production of some enzymes, which in turn puts a check on the development of bacteria and spread of infection from one part of the body to another.

Turmeric – This common Indian spice is a good source of various antimicrobial properties, which is very effective in fighting MRSA and present infection.

Olive Extract - Research report published by the International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents has proven the fact that olive extract comprise of a special type of compound effective in stopping the spread of MRSA.

Tea Tree Oil- this oil is also very effective in limiting the development of bacteria causing MRSA.

Use of the above mentioned simple ingredients in daily routine improves the immune system of body. Also, it helps in preventing occurrence of MRSA infection in the individual.

References-

  1. https-//articles.mercola.com/mrsa.aspx

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Sheetal DeCaria MD

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Last Modified On: April 16, 2019

This article does not provide medical advice. See disclaimer

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