The benefits of consuming fish oil for a healthy heart

25 Feb
2015
By Amelia Smith

fish oil for a healthy heart

Keeping a tab on your calorie intake tends to get on the nerves, especially during special occasions when you want to indulge in delicious fatty food, and dig into those scrumptious desserts. There may be countless edibles available in the market that is perfect to boost your health, but they may not be tasty. Continue Reading…

How to fix a broken diet

23 Feb
2015
By Amelia Smith

How to fix a broken diet

A healthy diet plan involves balancing what goes in while ensuring the body meets its daily nutritional requirement. A challenge for most people who look to get fit is ensuring they stick to the plan; something that is a huge challenge for most individuals. Why does one need to follow a diet though? When do you know you need to start a diet and exercise plan? How long should it be for? We’ll try and provide the answers to all these questions. Continue Reading…

Know your Bronchitis condition and Treat it

19 Feb
2015
By Amelia Smith

Bronchitis

In bronchitis, the air passages, which carry the air to and from your lungs become inflamed or swelled. People with bronchitis breathe less air and oxygen into their lungs. Depending on the duration of the illness, bronchitis is differentiated into acute and chronic. Continue Reading…

Seasonal Allergy Relief Made Easy

18 Feb
2015
By Amelia Smith

Allergy Relief

The Merck Manuals define seasonal allergies as conditions that result from exposure to airborne substances (such as pollens) that appear only during certain times of the year. Typically, seasonal allergy symptoms are triggered by some elements in the environment. Continue Reading…

All you need to know about Anticonvulsants

17 Feb
2015
By Amelia Smith

Anticonvulsants epilepsy

Anticonvulsants are a group of pharmacological agents used in the treatment of epileptic seizures. These medications are widely prescribed to regulate the mood swings that come with bipolar disorder and also for the treatment of neuropathic pain. A large number of anticonvulsant drugs are available in the market including Phenobarbital, Carbamazepine, Ethosuximide, Phenytoin, Clonazepam, Lorazepam, Diazepam, and Midazolam. Continue Reading…

The need for bathroom safety

15 Feb
2015
By Max Jones

You walk into your home thinking it’s the safest place on earth, but as soon as you step into the bathroom, you slip and bang your face against the ground. Can you imagine yourself in this situation? This same scenario has indeed been occurring to more than million people across the globe. Unfortunately, the bathroom is one of the most likely places to slip and fall off. Continue Reading…

Understanding the symptoms and causes of low testosterone

11 Feb
2015
By Amelia Smith

symptoms and causes of low testosterone

When you hear the word ‘testosterone’, what is the first that comes to your mind? Is it men building muscles or athletes racing across the finish line? In reality, it is believed that testosterone play various roles other than just developing muscles. Though it does contribute to aggressive behavior and raging hormones, balanced testosterone can play a significant role in promoting one’s health. Continue Reading…

Overcome Sleep Apnea before it obstructs your life

11 Feb
2015
By Amelia Smith

Sleep apnea treatment

Sleep apnea is a common sleep disorder that affects the way you breathe when you’re sleeping. The condition is characterized by a reduction or halt of breathing during sleep and is pretty much common among adults. In sleep apnea, the stops in breathing typically last for 10 to 20 seconds that can occur up to hundred times the night. People may have sleep apnea if they snore loudly and feel tired even after a full night’s sleep. Continue Reading…

The importance of Vitamin D in your everyday life

11 Feb
2015
By Amelia Smith

Vitamin D Strengthens Your Immune System

When the scorching summer sun shines upon you, it is time you bask in its warmth. Since school days, you may have heard of your science teacher narrating the importance of vitamins and minerals especially, vitamin D. It was discovered back in 1900’s and has been regarded as one of the essential nutrients to sustain good health. It helps develop strong bones and is beneficial for the skin. This is something that people have learned during their growing up years. Continue Reading…

The cost you have to pay to get a lean body

07 Feb
2015
By Max Jones

Everyone desires to look perfect. You either need to be a size zero or have a six-pack body within in a limited time frame. Have you ever wished you had a physique like a particular celebrity or perhaps, even a friend? It’s the latest fad that is being portrayed by gyms and fitness training centers. But, they say that everything good arrives with a heavy price tag. The same implies to our health as well. Continue Reading…