If you suffer from frequent headaches but prescription medications do not seem to help, then perhaps it is time to take a different approach. There are several alternative therapies that show promise in reducing the frequency and severity of headaches. Be sure to see your doctor to rule out any serious causes of headaches, such as brain tumors, before committing yourself to these therapies. Also, understand that, like prescription medications, they do not work for everyone.
What would you say if your dentist suddenly told you that you have a baby tooth and the adult tooth that was supposed to replace it is impacted and needs to be surgically removed? First of all, you would probably wonder how on Earth you or your parents didn't realize that you still have a baby tooth in your adulthood. Secondly, you would wonder if removing the baby tooth and the adult tooth would leave a gap in your row of pearly whites.
From crippling morning sickness to heartburn that sends you running for the antacids, when it comes to pregnancy, there are many symptoms that women expect. However, there is one other pregnancy-related issue that many women suffer through in silence: depression. According to What to Expect, an estimated 14 to 23 percent of all women deal with depression during pregnancy, and this depression is also often accompanied by anxiety. Here is some valuable information about pregnancy-related depression, including what you can do to start feeling better:
Exercise is the best way to combat a sedentary working day, as sitting at a computer can have a detrimental impact on your muscles and joints. However, many people make the mistake of practising poor form while exercising, which can cause a number of structural and postural problems by itself. The two most damaging forms of exercise for poor posture are cycling and swimming, so below are the effects that poor form can have on your body and how to rectify this:
When the ground is littered with brown leaves and you can hear holiday music playing everywhere you go, it's time to think about more than holiday shopping. In addition to the business and the chaos of gift buying and gift wrapping, home decoration and food preparation, you also need to think about something more fundamental: your health. Unfortunately, late fall and winter are also the peak seasons for catching colds and the flu.