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H E A LT H Y M I N D A N D H E A LT H Y

BODY HELPS PERSONALITY


DEVELOPMENT
FOR
ARTISTS,DESIGNERS, &
MUSICIANS
FOOD HYGIENE
Food hygiene are the conditions and measures
necessary to ensure the safety of food from
production to consumption.

• the most important aspect of hygiene


• closely associated with personal hygiene
HABITS OF A HEALTHY MIND TO A
HEALTHY BODY
• Daily Physicality: exercise at least three to four
times a week for 20 minutes.
• Intellectual Curiosity: spend some time in focused
thought - exploring new ideas every day.
• Foster Creativity: challenge your mind to connect
unrelated ideas in new and useful ways.
HABITS FOR A HEALTHY MIND IN A HEALTHY
BODY
• Human Unity: creates and maintains close-knit
human bonds and social support network.
• Spiritual Connectedness: identifies a source of
inspiration that is greater than you are.
• Energy Balance: balances calories in/calories out
and reduces your carbon footprints.
• Voluntary Simplicity: embraces the liberty that
comes with wanting and needing less.
HEALTHY MIND AND BODY

• Eat healthy foods


• Drink healthy beverages
• Take some exercises
• Have a hobby
• Exercise your mind
TIPS FOR A HEALTHY BODY
• Nutrition – no junk food
• Personal hygiene
• Physical Hygiene (Exercise): traditional exercise (yoga; pranayama)
:modern methods (gym, aerobics, zumba, etc)
:walking or jogging
• Discipline of daily routines
• Mind control
The long-term consequences of poor diet and lack of exercise include
obesity, type II diabetes, circulation problems, back and neck problems,
heart disease, and increased risk of some cancers.
Healthy eating involves preparing food to
preserve nutrients, prevents disease, as well
as paying attention to food production issues.

Foodborne illnesses may not just come from


restaurants, however from bad food
preparation, serving, and storage at home.
SAFETY AND HEALTHY FOOD
PREPARATION
• Wash hands and surfaces often using warm, soapy water.
Wash your hands before and after you handle especially raw meat, poultry, fish,
or eggs.

• Wash all fruits and vegetables before eating.


• Separate raw, cooked, and ready-to-eat foods. Keep raw
meat, poultry, fish, or eggs away from other foods to prevent cross-
contamination. If possible, use separate cutting boards for these foods. If not,
be sure to wash cutting boards carefully with soap between uses.
SAFETY AND HEALTHY FOOD
PREPARATION
• Cook foods in an appropriate temperature using a food
thermometer. Uncooked or medium cooked animal products can be unsafe.
• Keep hot foods (above 140 degrees) and cold foods (below 40
degrees) to prevent bacteria growth. Refrigerate foods within two hours
of purchase or preparation (one hour if the temperature is higher than 90
degrees).
• When in doubt, throw it out. If you are not sure that food has been
prepared, served, or stored properly, throw it out. If food has been left out for
more than two hours, throw it out. Eat cooked leftovers within four days.
Poor nutrition can contribute to stress,
tiredness and our capacity to work over time.

It can contribute to the risk of developing some illnesses and other


health problems such as: overweight or obese, tooth decay, or high
blood pressure.
EFFECTS OF POOR DIET FOR ARTISTS &
DESIGNERS
• Feeling Tired. ...
• Brittle, Dry Hair. ... “YOU ARE
• Ridged or Spoon-Shaped Nails. ... WHAT
• Dental Problems. ... YOU EAT”
• Diarrhea. ...
• Mood and Mental Health Issues. ...
• Easy Bruising and Slow Healing. ...
• Slow Immune Response…..
HEALTH ISSUES OF ARTISTS & DESIGNERS
The job you love could be doing serious damage to
your body and to your brain.
The results showed that 15 per cent reported back
problems, 15 per cent headaches and migraines,
13% eye problems and 11% repetitive strain
injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome; 6%
reported obese and 5% circulation problems.
HEALTH ISSUES OF ARTISTS & DESIGNERS

There were other serious issues also: 17%


reporting psychosocial issues such as stress
and depression, 12% sleeping problems and
7% relationship problems.
HEALTH ISSUES OF ARTISTS & DESIGNERS
Creative people are at risk of certain conditions because we like what
we do. It's all about job involvement, as the saying goes "People who
do this type of work breathe it.“ (when you are completely and utterly absorbed
in what you're doing, when the demands of what you're doing are slightly beyond your
capabilities" – is good for your wellbeing, but it can be bad for your health)
Dr Gail Kinman is professor of occupational health psychology and director of the
Research Centre for Applied Psychology at the University of Bedfordshire;
MAD STUDENTS SHOULD
• Exercise while in work
• Take a walk
• Social support is vital
• Know yourself – (it's about knowing your body and your mind,
listening to the signals)
• Listen to ”ice cube”- being a designer is hardly one of the world's
most dangerous jobs, but it's a good idea to be mindful on what you
do. Make sure that you are working in life that isn't going to hurt
your heart or your head. In the words of renowned workplace
health and safety expert Ice Cube says “you'd better check
yourself before you wreck yourself.”
“Eat healthy foods to achieve healthy body”
Bon Appetite!!!
bil-hanā' wa ash-shifā
!!!(Arabic)
Qu chi!!! (Chinese)
Lets Eat!!!
Kain na!!!