If you have moved houses before, you know how it can seriously affect your health. Initially, it may feel like you got everything under control but surely when you are handling a mountain full of dusty boxes, packing countless breakables items and driving across the country, you will find yourself collapsed in a sweaty heap on the floor of your old house or apartment wishing you had hired a moving specialist on Kaodim from the very beginning. Here are some of the ways how moving can affect your health.
Moving is definitely one of the hardest things to do. The stress comes from the moment you decide to do everything yourself. Many people take stress lightly as they think stress is the norm in everyone’s life. What many do not know is when you let stress get the best of you, you put yourself at risk of developing a range of illness, from a common cold to severe heart disease. The best way to make moving less stressful is to plan, plan, plan. Make a list of all the tasks you need to do and divide them into days and weeks. This also gives you an idea of where to start and how much is there to do. If it gets too overwhelming, don’t stress! Hire our professional movers for peace of mind.
Injuries can happen at any time especially when there is so much to do at the most unexpected time. In a moment of impatience, you reach down to lift the box and pull a muscle instead. To ensure you stay safe, you’ll want to follow a few safety tips such as keeping your spine alignment as neutral as possible, bend at your knees – not your waist and do not twist your body while lifting or carrying. Also, you could avoid all heavy lifting during your move to assist you with the whole process by hiring professional movers.
3. Exhaustion & Dehydration
The amount of things that need to be done versus the amount of time is insane. For instance, packing isn’t as simple as wrapping up everything and placing them in boxes. You need a system in place for packing things in boxes, moving those boxes to a truck, and unpacking them in your new place. This will tire you down which could lead to serious exhaustion and dehydration. Be sure to take frequent breaks and fuel up with an energy bar and a drink.
When you are in the midst of packing or unpacking, you are exposed to a lot of dust, that could potentially trigger your allergies such as sneezing, skin irritation and itchy eyes. Although it is almost impossible to keep away from dust, do try a little dusting before the big move. If you are extremely sensitive, hiring a professional mover might be a better option.
But for an even more efficient and less stressful move, you can always get in touch with our moving experts, our meticulous and trained pros are always ready to offer the best service experience to ensure you move with ease.