Are you a snorer? You may be among the 50% of adults who snore and or, you probably know of someone else who does. For some people and couples, it’s not a major inconvenience, but if you have a partner, you probably will have to endure some teasing, but the reality is that snoring can be the sign of more serious issues.
Do you realize there are cell phone radiation effects on the brain?
Are you constantly attached to your smartphone, do you constantly check it for any social media or text updates? Although this device can help you stay in touch, it can also have negative repercussions on your health.
Considering that 1 in 3 Americans develop shingles at least once during their lifetime, it’s important to understand this condition and what you can do to prevent shingles.
The shingles vaccine is used only as a prevention strategy. It’s not intended to treat people who currently have the disease.
Tinnitus refers to a ringing in the ears that often accompanies hearing loss. An estimated 50 to 60 million people in the US experience these symptoms, especially as they grow older. While tinnitus rarely indicates a serious condition, it can be challenging to live with.
Most forms of tinnitus are caused by your nerves reacting to abnormal electrical signals that your ears are sending to your brain. While it’s usually called ringing in the ears, it can be any kind of sound, including whistling, buzzing, or roaring.
Dehydration is a condition that can occur when the loss of bodily fluids, exceeds the amount that is needed to maintain a healthy body. Medically speaking, dehydration means that a person doesn’t have the proper fluid balance in the body and as it begins to lose its ability to function normally, it produces symptoms related to fluid loss.
If you do not drink enough, sweat too much, or have severe diarrhea, you can become dehydrated. Mild to moderate dehydration isn’t that dangerous and can be corrected by drinking more fluids.
Your emotional health is something you can’t physically see, and can’t touch either. But one thing you can do, is to feel your emotions. Some people are excellent at hiding their emotions, buried down deep in the recesses of their being, protecting themselves from being hurt by other people. But suppression has its downsides.
Some of those who do suppress their emotions are often considered as being a bit standoffish, sending out a message to others, ‘don’t come too close’.
But what exactly are these emotions that seem to control us and drive us to do this and that – that shape our world?