Politics Is Behind On Our Health
Politics Is Behind On Our Health

Politics Is Behind On Our Health

THE EFFECT OF EPIDEMIC ON People

The current costs of corona are a pittance compared to the costs that we as a society have the prospect of. This doesn’t refer to the consequences of a possible second wave. If the coronavirus has shown us one thing, it is the worth of our health. At the moment, good health is worth more than gold.

Aside from Corona, people are becoming unhealthier. According to Public Health 58 percent of the population now has a chronic illness. This is because we are getting older, but it is also due to the fact that more people are suffering from lifestyle diseases. High work pressure is something that we are increasingly impose on ourselves, both physically and mentally. People must be accommodated with this. Unfortunately, the sector has the most negative future prospects. Absenteeism in health care is already the highest average problem.

In addition, the demand for healthcare personnel is constantly increasing. To be able to meet this requirement, one in four workers will have to be employed in healthcare. It is clear that this is not going to happen. As a result, there is a severe shortage of healthcare workers because of the work pressure, rising absenteeism, less staff, and rising prices.

Meanwhile, over 1,600 healthcare specialists as well as a variety of top athletes and sporting organizations’, are working to make the world a better environment. This is helpful not only in the fight against the virus, but also in terms of our savings accounts. If we continue like this, a bigger crisis will be imminent.

GOVERNMENT IN HEALTHCARES

Healthcare is the most expensive aspect of the budget. However, it is expected that the expense will increase next year. When you compare those annual extra expenses to the government’s one-time assistance program, the problem becomes clear.

The government and health insurers will have to show more decisiveness. The health initiatives of recent years do not show any progressive insight. A government that manages to raise the price for healthy food with dry eyes and lower the price of sweets, snacks and sugar is not engaged in health promotion.

The initiative to make lifestyle coaches accessible to the public turns out to be nothing more than a façade. This is partly due to the strict regulations that lifestyle coaches must comply with. Lifestyle coaches ultimately have so little left over from their coaching that they themselves cannot even live a healthy life.

So, if we want to prevent the next crisis, we’ll have to get to work; eat healthier and maintaining our body by exercising to reduce ‘ weight loss ‘ , learn to cope more with work pressure, and have a better night’s sleep. This are minor steps to keep us all from being placed on long and expensive waiting lists.