Saturday , February 17 2018
Home / Articles (page 55)

Articles

CLAVICLE FRACTURES

The Clavicle or ?Collar Bone? is one of the most commonly injured bones in the body. It is often injured by a fall on the point of the shoulder (see image #1), a tackle in football, or being cross-checked into the boards during a hockey game. Symptoms of a clavicle …

Read More »

Adult Acne and Perimenopause

Hormonal changes and fluctuations can do a number on your skin. In fact, it?s often because of hormone imbalance that women are visited by that teenage nemesis, acne, long after they?ve passed their teenage years. It?s common for women in perimenopause to develop acne on the cheeks, nose, chin and …

Read More »

Do Not Miss a Beat Increase Heart Knowledge

The heart is an extremely significant organ.? It is responsible for supplying the body with the needed nutrients via blood and oxygen delivery.? When the heart is functioning properly, the rest of the body is nourished.? However, when the heart is inflicted with abnormalities, the rest of the body suffers …

Read More »

How to Beat Sugar Addiction

Sugar is everywhere these days. It?s even in some pet foods in the form of high fructose corn syrup! Sugar, in moderation, isn?t generally harmful. But when it?s in nearly every processed food available including sodas, some bottled waters and juices, it?s hard to avoid. Sugar can become a highly …

Read More »

INSOMNIA SLEEP DISORDER

Sleep is an essential of life.? During sleep, many physiological mechanisms occur that prepare the body for the next day.? These include building muscle mass, reducing cortisol or stress hormones, and increasing restoration and repair.? Sleep, although, very important for a healthy life, is lacking in most American?s lives.? It …

Read More »

The Resurgence of Iodine Deficiency

?Of all the elements known so far to be essential for health, iodine is the most misunderstood and the most feared. Yet, it is by far the safest of all the trace elements known to be essential for human health.? Dr. G.E. Abraham Iodine deficiency could be making a comeback. …

Read More »

Holiday Health – DECEMBER STRESS RELIEF

75-90% of all physician visits are related to stress.? Stress is a physical, chemical, emotional factor causing bodily or mental tension.? Stress is the pressures of life.? Stress is the perception, beliefs, and response to a situation.? Examples include traffic, crowds, danger, hunger, sleep disturbances, work, financial strain, divorce, and …

Read More »

Bone Health and Perimenopause

What You Can?t See Can Hurt You It?s a myth that women have to lose bone density and mass as they age. However, it is true that if women don?t pay attention to their bodies as they move into their mid-life years and those beyond their bone density will diminish, …

Read More »

DIABETES – WANT TO LEARN HOW TO BECOME A HIGHLY MOTIVATED DIABETIC?

Diabetes is a chronic disease.? It affects approximately 23.6 million Americans and results in $30.6 billion of healthcare costs.? Thus far, it is not curable.? Therefore, if allowed this disease state has the potential to deteriorate one?s quality of life.? However, this article will provide beneficial information on healthy habits …

Read More »

Living in a Fog? It could be your Hormones

Sometime between the ages of 35 and 50, women?s hormones begin to fluctuate. The body is moving from the childbearing years into perimenopause, the precursor to menopause. While this is natural, the results of these fluctuations can be frightening and frustrating. Foggy or fuzzy thinking is just one of any …

Read More »