Health Guide (Page 79)

5 Health Benefits of Acupuncture Treatments

Usually, when we think of alternative forms of treatment like acupuncture, we tend to shy away. For one thing, the thought of having a lot of little needles sticking out of bodies is not really the most pleasant visual. Plus, in the field of traditional medicine and therapy, it’s not something that is widely discussed (or according to some doctors, even recommended). This doesn’t mean... ❯❯❯

5 Early Signs of Infertility in Women

It is common for couples to struggle with getting pregnant at first. Sometimes this is just coincidental, but in other cases a failure to get pregnant may be a result of female infertility. There are some early signs that can help women to identify if they may be infertile. Here are 5 early signs to look out for before talking to your fertility doctor. The first sign that you may have fertility... ❯❯❯

The Impact of Indoor Mold on Your Health

Although brand new construction is enticing, with those perfect walls and cutting edge kitchen treatments there’s something to be said for renting or purchasing a classic home. You’ll enjoy architectural touches that are rarely seen these days, with attention to detail that comes out of handmade construction preserved from another time. Older houses are fantastic, but you will face... ❯❯❯

5 Benefits of Clinical Hypnotherapy

You are probably familiar with the concept of hypnosis, which relies on the power of a hypnotist to put a patient into a trancelike state under which they are vulnerable to suggestion. And if you’re like most people, you treat the practice with a healthy dose of skepticism. While charlatans and magicians have long used audience plants to promote the powers of hypnotism for entertainment... ❯❯❯

5 Common Asthma Attack Triggers

Millions of people suffer from asthma – with symptoms that can range from minor to severe. In fact, asthma is one of the most common forms of chronic disease. However, asthma can be triggered from a number of different sources ranging from indoor air pollutants to chemical particulates in the air. Luckily, there are a number of treatments for asthma. Yet, when it comes to air purifiers and... ❯❯❯

Tips For New Nurses

Over the past few weeks thousands of people graduated college with a BA in nursing, and it’s not difficult to see why so many people would pursue a career in nursing.  According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, the median pay for registered nurses was $64,690 per year, and $31.10 per hour.  There were over 2.7 million nursing jobs available in 2010, and as people age and... ❯❯❯

The Benefits of Accessing Orthodontics Services

Your teeth are an important part of your body. In fact, they are essential to your psychological and overall health because they affect how you eat and how you feel. It is therefore important for you to ensure that you take excellent care of your mouth and teeth in particular if you want to enjoy overall good health. This means that orthodontics services should be part of the services that you... ❯❯❯

The Difference between Acute and Chronic Back Pain

It can be hard to know if your back pain is something that will last or just something that will go away. It is important to know whether your back pain is acute or chronic, because you want to find the best way to treat it. Some of the treatments for chronic pain might not be necessary if the pain is acute. Moreover, if the pain is chronic, some treatments might not be enough. Back pain is common... ❯❯❯

Top 5 Tips for Managing Arthritis Pain

There are millions of people suffering from arthritis or rheumatoid arthritis. The most common form is osteoarthritis, which affects the bones. Arthritis can be one of the most painful conditions – even the slightest movements can be excruciating, which can leave sufferers unable to live a normal life. Arthritis is a degenerative disease too, which means that it will get worse. With... ❯❯❯

How to Improve the Health and Strength of Your Teeth

As you start to grow older and become more mature, you start to take the health of your teeth more into consideration. When you’re younger, you’ll eat anything you want and tell yourself you can get away with not brushing your teeth, but as you grow up, you realize that brushing your teeth isn’t just an inconvenient obligation – it is critical and can sometimes be slightly... ❯❯❯