The war against exhaustion is being waged in many households across the country. With people pulled in multiple directions—and attempting to balance work, home, and health—stress and anxiety continue to rise exponentially. People wake with little-to-no sleep day in and day out, and continue to wonder why they don’t have the energy or brainpower to get everything done on their list. If you find yourself in this type of pattern, you may want to start by changing your habits to get more sleep. Look at some of these tips and tricks, to help get a more restful night.
Wintertime is coming faster than we’d like to admit, which means that snow, ice and overall terrible weather are coming. If you have the luxury of being able to escape the wrath of Mother Nature and can travel to a warmer climate for the winter, all the better. Who wants to be in charge of shoveling snow, and bundling up to go outside? If you’re going to be spending your winter someplace other than home, make sure that your body is ready.
When a body part is completely or partially cut off, quick first aid action should be administered to help ensure the best possible repair. Time is of the essence with any accidental amputation, and although reattachment can be done up to 24 hours after amputation, it has the best chance of being successful if done within four to six hours after the incident.
I started the new year unconsciously skipping out on my normal cups of tea and coffee. I think it must be something to do with the ever popular motivator "New year, New me"...
Chances are you know someone, or are someone yourself, who suffers from insomnia. Prevalence rates vary among research studies, but up to 50 percent of people may have problems with sleep. That can end up having a major impact on other areas of life.
According to the US Census Bureau, approximately 56.7 million people are living with a disability in our country alone. And many of these people live in assisted living facilities. This type of housing is available to those who are still capable of living independently with a little help.
Headaches, back pain, fatigue, and even early wrinkles are very often induced by the poor choice of your bedding. It’s not only a matter of the mattress you sleep on. The right pillow is also important.
Your health is the most valuable thing you can have, which is why it’s essential that you keep your family as healthy as possible. This is especially important today, since the busy lifestyle that most of us lead often makes us neglect our health. However, coming up with excuses for eating fast food three days in a row or not leaving your home for a week can only cost you in the long run. So, here are five tips you should follow if you want to keep your family healthy.
Gaining height and looking attractive is a common wish amongst all. It is true that height plays a major role in boosting the persona of a person. You will find people always desperate to gain some height. Some exercise, some eat nutritious foods, and some even wear shoes with big heels and soles in order to look tall. If you take a look at the market, you will notice that there are several medicines and multiple acupressure treatment options that promise to help you gain some height. However, most of the time these fail to give you desired results and are also quite expensive. Height increasing medicines also come with possible side effects, which may weaken your overall health.
Whether you practice meditation or are studying aromatherapy, you're going to love combining the two together. Meditation has been proven time and again to help relieve anxiety, lower levels of chronic pain, and increase your mental focus.