Keeping your mind and body in check - popular topics in health and medicine to maintain a long and healthy life.
Overview: Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common disease that affects the large intestine. Signs and symptoms include cramping, abdominal pain, bloating, gas, and diarrhea or constipation, or both. IBS is a chronic condition that you’ll want to handle long term.
COVID-19 symptoms: COVID-19 affects different people in different ways. Most infected people will develop mild to moderate illness and recover without hospitalization.
Back pain is the most common issue nowadays according to a general survey report mostly 35 years or older people have this issue.
If you learned somthing or enjoy my posts please tip if you cannot tip please share! Proper nutrition has a tremendous impact on your physical and psychological health. Lack of adequate nutrition, including excess nourishment, can have a toll on your body "Only two common lifestyle habits are more influential: smoking and using other forms of tobacco and drinking alcohol in excess." (Sizer & Whitney, 2017, p. 3). This article will discuss classes of nutrients, characteristics of a healthy diet, and the science behind nutrition.
Who would have thought that right from the beginning of the year a piece of cloth in your nose and mouth would become the highlight of the year?
Heart surgeries have become very affordable in India. The spectacular development in the infrastructure and advancement in technology has really put India on the global map as far as healthcare is concerned.
January is usually a month of resolutions, goals, and monthly "challenges". Go one month vegan (veganuary), one month of an exercise every day, or one month of sobriety. Dry January started in the UK from an organization by the name Alcohol Change UK which aims at helping people reduce their alcohol intake both for health and social reasons. The challenge calls for participants to stop drinking for 31 days. Since the challenge started in the UK it's spread across the globe with more attention and look into the "sober-curious movement". Looking at one's relationship with alcohol and how much we consume on a weekly basis is something I think we should all at least try. As Alcohol Change puts it neatly, "Being alcohol-free for 31 days shows us that we don’t need alcohol to have fun, to relax, or to socialize. It helps us learn the skills we need to manage our drinking. That means that for the rest of the year we are better able to make decisions about when we drink and how much, so we can avoid slipping into drinking more than we really want to,"
A lot of people seem to want to eat well, but tend to fall back into the same destructive habits. While it may be confusing at times as to why this may be, the truth is that no matter how much we want to do things right for ourselves, it is difficult, if not impossible, if you do not fully believe you deserve to be taken care of.
Coronavirus, or more specifically SARS-CoV-2, is currently spreading at an uncontrollable rate. The solution we are working with is to successfully vaccinate most of our population. The vaccine has presented itself with difficult challenges, however, including storage deficiencies and poor distribution. Additionally, there is very little confidence and trust toward the vaccine, which has affected people's decision to take it. There is also a lack of antibody testing being administered after vaccinations or infections, so, efficacy of antibodies produced from vaccine is still questionable.
With the increasing age, hair loss and high cholesterol affect people. Rarely, these two are interlinked. If you’re hearing this relation for the first time, then let me tell you that according to a lot of hair experts, excess levels of cholesterol in the blood can lead to hair loss.
Hypertension During Pregnancy! Pregnancy is a wonderful and joyful experience in life for the parents to be. A woman experiences a lot many changes during pregnancy. There are physical changes, hormonal changes as well as emotional changes.
I'm Kent Brindley; and this is my COVID Vaccine story. I don't think that anyone could have predicted what 2020 was going to bring us as a nation, let alone as the world, when we first entered 2020, looking ahead with anticipation for that the future might hold for us.