Health Guide (Page 92)

Routine: Important To Help You Sleep

It's never too early to start a baby or child on a bedtime routine. Regular sleep is essential for good health, particularly for growing children. A routine can help to establish good sleeping habits from an early age, which can prove to be invaluable later on. Try some of these tips to ensure your children learn when and how to prepare themselves for sleep, an ability that will be an asset... ❯❯❯

Healthy Snacks That Will Keep You Going Throughout the Day

We’ve all been told that 3 square meals are a daily essential, but thanks to our busy lifestyles, most of us need a little something in-between. Although snacking is recommended to prevent the hunger pains, too much of the wrong food can lead to a diet downfall. Just for you, we’ve compiled the top healthy foods to snack on when you’re feeling a bit peckish, and they won’t... ❯❯❯

What you need in your home gym

If you are looking to keep fit and build muscle, but don't want the expense of joining your local health club a home gym could be the answer. Perhaps, you are already a member of a local gym, but are considering a lower-cost alternative. Building your own gym is quite simple and assuming you have the space, there is no reason why you should not be able to achieve a full body work-out in the... ❯❯❯

5 Easy Exercises for Office Workers

Most of us spend too much time sitting and typing during the work day, but what can we do about it? The bills need to be paid, and we need a steady supply of food, entertainment, and new socks. Deciding to leave it all and become a wild mountain man or woman just isn’t financially feasible. Fortunately, we don’t need to take such drastic measures to refresh ourselves and get a little... ❯❯❯

Taking it Slow in Fast-paced Fitness

More and more people are suddenly waking up with the realization and motivation to improve their health and become fit. The health boom all across the world slowly created a fad turned lifestyle changing experience for better health. Along came with this boom are supposed health products and services all meant to provide the easiest approaches or shortcuts in achieving health goals. As most... ❯❯❯

Different Types of Physiotherapy Treatments Used for Sports Injuries

Physiotherapy is a common treatment when it comes to sports-related injuries.  Muscle strains or sprains happen with regularity in many different sports, and it’s a physiotherapist’s job to help an athlete get back into action. Here are some of the different treatments used by physiotherapists when an injured athlete walks through the door.  Ice or Heat Applying ice or... ❯❯❯

Top 3 Tips for Managing the Media in a Healthcare Crisis

Even the cleanest and most competent hospital or healthcare facility can be the center of a healthcare crisis. If the administration does not act quickly to manage the crisis, however, your facility can suffer from a negative public backlash caused by bad press. This can erode your patients' trust in your facility, cause lost revenue, and even cause review boards and accrediting agencies to take a... ❯❯❯

A Few Myths About Vitamins You May Believe

Are you one of the millions of people who takes vitamins to improve your health? In the United States alone, a recent government study found that over half of all Americans do take some form of vitamins (or minerals) on a regular basis. The nutritional supplement industry makes billions of dollars each year through its use aggressive advertising and we are eating it up, hook, line and sinker. ... ❯❯❯

3 Tips for Finding the Right Doctor for Your Mesothelioma

Mesothelioma is a cancer that attacks the lining of the body’s internal organs. The most common cause of mesothelioma is exposure to asbestos, although other factors such as smoking may increase the risk of developing the disease. Unfortunately, many cases of mesothelioma resulted from the wide use of asbestos in industries such as ship building, metal works and chemical manufacturing. Before... ❯❯❯

The Basics of Brain Surgery

Brain surgery is a procedure that takes place in the brain to treat problems. Some of the reasons a person may have brain surgery are for a brain tumor, brain hemorrhage, blood clot, brain aneurysm, infections, skull fracture, stroke, epilepsy, and other brain diseases. The Surgery During brain surgery, the hair is shaved on the part of the scalp that is being operated on. The surgeon then... ❯❯❯