We all know that heart diseases like high blood pressure are major causes of death in the United States. Every year more than 600,000 people lose their lives to heart complications.
Have you ever been told that you need to work on your posture?
You probably don’t notice the countless of times you hunch your back while are looking down into your smartphone. You also tend to slouch when walking only because you are very exhausted!
If you knew how much it affects the shape of your spine, you would never do it again.
Are you gaining excessive weight or losing hair quickly?
Imagine feeling incredibly happy one minute and feeling quite depressed the other.
Are you going mad? Or is this normal?
Imagine yourself lying down on your bed after a long and tiring day……and you still can’t sleep!
You have exhausted yourself beyond anything today and yet your brain seems to be fresh and thinking!
Is this a good sign?
Perhaps, it is an indication that you are turning into a genius overnight?
The answer is no!
If you are facing consistent sleeplessness, night after night, you are suffering from insomnia!
Imagine waking up in the middle of the night because of a strange loud noise!
Angrily, you try to figure out what it is that woke you up from your peaceful slumber. After a few seconds, you realize it is your partner snoring loudly.
For you, maybe it is, but for your partner, it is quite an uncomfortable and unhealthy experience because snoring is caused by sinus.
If you feel unnaturally angered when a colleague accidentally eats your lunch, or if you easily start sobbing while watching the drabbest things on T.V, you’re probably experiencing symptoms of PMS.
Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) and menopause are natural processes every woman experiences. Supposed to go over smoothly, there can be several reasons behind having painful PMS or stressful menopause.
Does your child constantly complain about ringing in their ears? Are they experiencing hearing issues?
All these are signs parents should watch out for. Commonly called an ear infection, otitis media (OM) is sadly, prevalent in kids in the United States. This condition has continued to increase among pre-school children and older.