The doctors in white coats in the hospital always make many people feel in awe. They treat the sick and save people, and give the sick people and their families a glimmer of hope.

They are busy treating others every day, but they can't take care of themselves. Everyone has occupational diseases, and doctors are no exception.

1. Due to the busy work every day, many doctors have no time to drink water at all. Doctors often do not go to the toilet in the outpatient and emergency room, because the patient may complain about the foot after going to the toilet.

On the operating table, some operations are performed as soon as possible. For hours or even a dozen hours, They couldn't go to the toilet at all. "Drinking more water" is a luxury for medical staff, and urinary stones are often related to the amount of water they drink, so urinary stones have become a high incidence among medical staff.

2. Digestive system diseases. When a doctor is a doctor, he often “eats the last meal without the next meal”, because doctor has no time to eat when he encounters a lot of patients. Outpatient, emergency, and surgery often lead to missed meals; After taking two bites, emergencies such as rescue, emergency surgery, emergency consultation, etc. came again.

When I came back after work, the meal was cold and he was no longer hungry. Long-term irregular diet, high mental stress, acute and chronic gastritis, gastric ulcer, duodenal ulcer, and chronic cholecystitis naturally come to the door.

3. Long-term standing work is a common cause of varicose veins. Surgeons need to stand for a long time, and an operation may last for several hours or even a dozen hours.

Nursing staff also need to stand for a lot of nursing operations, even if they are pregnant, they still have to work hard until delivery. Therefore, varicose veins have become a common occupational disease of operating room doctors and nursing staff.

If someone in the family is a doctor, it will be a very honorable thing. This is also one of the biggest benefits of a doctor, that is, it will be more helpful to your family.

People eat whole grains, and there is no one who doesn't get sick. So when everyone faces a disease, they are actually afraid in their hearts. At this time, if there is a person in the family who is studying medicine, it will bring great comfort to the patient.

The advantage of being a doctor is that you can get in touch with a variety of patients at work, and each patient has their own social relationship, so a doctor can quickly establish his or her social network. I think all hospitals will have such doctors, who are not only highly skilled but also have very complex social relationships.

A good doctor must have selfless dedication, and patience, and be very meticulous in doing things. No matter what, the patient's health is the first priority.

Doctors encounter patients in different poses and expressions, and they must have a good attitude. They must hold back their temper and don't get angry with the patient.