It is a fact that every time we hear someone residing in the rural America, that we imagine his or her living with the natural splendor of nature, fresh air and clean environment and healthy food, only to realize later that there is more to country living than the first impression. It is undeniable that life in the country or in the suburbs has its own advantages of which we all experience it to be true, but take note that there are also clear dangers that you should be aware of as well, especially if it is the first time for you to experience country living. In order to avoid these unexpected tragedies as you settle in the country living, it is good to know some of these dangers, which are generally in the form of health hazards, so that you can be prepared.
A comparison of death rate was done in several studies, and the results showed that there is much lower death rate in the US cities compared to that in the rural areas. Among the main reasons of this condition has a lot of something to do with the lack of health care services in the rural areas. Realizing this fact, Specialist Direct opened up a national network comprising of certified specialists in order to assist patients and family members through remote services covering telephathology, telecardiology, and teleradiology. In order to prevent deaths that are actually preventable, it is a mandatory procedure for you to be informed of where the nearest health care services are located in reference from your house, given the fact that emergencies do not give an advice notice.
Another negative notion is that rural dwellers are actually overweight compared to the city dwellers being popularized by media to be more fit, and statistics show this difference. In other words, there is a bigger number of overweight people in the rural US compared to that in the urban areas. Compared to many years ago, activity in the rural areas like farming is not anymore as physical today. To have a preventive plan for your family, it is suggested to have a small gym in your house, or go for a walk regularly or go trekking nearby and make this as your regular exercise.
Take note that you may not be able to find facilities and amenities that you are used to in the city life when you arrive in the rural areas. In the rural areas for example, there may not be available the ready to drink tap water, and this could affect your health and wellbeing, and would pose a risk when deciding to live in the rural part of the country.