This year has been nothing short of unique, and if anything, it’s safe to say we have all put a little more effort into our health. As medical practices are now open, not everyone may be comfortable just yet going to the office for something that is not an emergency. But that’s okay, because we here at SmartPractice have put together some At Home Care Tips to keep yourself and your patients/clients in tip-top shape! 

At Home Care


Things You Can Recommend to Patients To Do At Home To Stay Healthy:

Medical Care: Make sure your body is getting all the basics it needs along with alleviating any unnecessary stress:

  • Stay hydrated
  • Eat a well-balanced diet
  • Take vitamins
  • Get enough sleep
  • Exercise
At Home Medical Care

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Dental Care: Maintain your routine checkup and make sure you’re taking care of your teeth:

  • Perfect your brushing technique, twice per day
  • Don’t forget to floss
  • Use natural remedies to whiten teeth, such as eating strawberries
  • Drink plenty of water, as water is a natural teeth cleanser
  • Make good snack choices – less sugar and no hard food items
At Home Dental Care

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Chiropractic Care: If your body is feeling a little stiff or sore, try these tips:

  • Stretch, stretch and stretch 
  • Don’t sit or stand in one position for long periods of time
  • Exercise 
  • Practice good posture
  • Find ways to relax and relieve any tension
At Home Chiropractic Care

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Vision Care: Keep your eyes in check at home with these easy tips:

  • Wear your glasses or contact lenses as directed
  • Take screen time breaks 
  • Make sure to have UV protection on your sunglasses and/or contact lenses
  • Try blue light glasses
  • Eat dark, leafy vegetable to promote eye health
At Home Vision Care

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Veterinary Care: We aren’t the only ones that need to stay healthy. Keep your pets on track as well if you can’t get to your vet:

  • Stick to a routine to help ease your pet’s anxiety
  • Exercise your pet
  • Feed your pet a well-balanced, nutritious diet
  • Don’t overfeed your pet by giving them too many treats
  • Prepare for minor emergencies with an at home first aid kit

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If you are a medical professional, feel free to share these tips with your patients/clients to help them optimize their health while at home! Save the images in this post to share on your social media platforms. Right click on an image to save.

And be sure to check out our growing list of COVID-19 products to set your practice on the path forward!