Suffering from sensitivity with your teeth can make it difficult to eat and drink hot or cold things, and it can also make teeth-whitening procedures very painful. If you have sensitivity with your teeth, it might be a result of your brushing habits. Here are a few things you might be doing wrong that can lead to sensitivity with teeth. Using a hard-bristled brush Toothbrushes come in three main types, and the best type to choose is a soft-bristled brush.
18 November 2016
Moving into your own home is an exciting time. It can also be a stressful time, especially if you have epilepsy. If you've always had family members nearby to watch over you, the thought of living alone might be frightening, but it doesn't have to be. Here are some simple steps you can take to make sure your epilepsy doesn't get in between you and a safe, normal life. Invest in a Seizure Response Dog
13 October 2016
Atopic dermatitis, also called hereditary eczema, is a condition that can leave your skin dry, scaly, and itchy. Atopic dermatitis is a chronic condition, but it can be managed by keeping your skin moist. However, there's more to moisturizing than just slathering some lotion on your skin. Here are three moisturizing tips for atopic dermatitis sufferers. Choose a strong moisturizer All moisturizers aren't created equal. There are three types of moisturizers: lotions, creams, and ointments.
28 September 2016
Head lice is a type of very small insect that infests scalps and feeds on human blood. While having lice does not present a danger to a person's health, it can be uncomfortable, and head lice treatment should begin promptly. Head lice is often spread in school, since children tend to be in close contact with each other. If you learn that your child has lice, or there has been an outbreak of head lice among classmates, take the following steps:
12 September 2016
Anyone that rides horses can have back pain, but it can be even worse if you are older. Fortunately, there are things you can do to deal with this pain. For example, you can change the way you ride your horse, as well as get the right treatment for your pain. Keep reading and you will soon be riding your horse pain free. Causes of Back Pain for Horse Riders
25 August 2016
The average age of menopause is 51 years old, but it can happen much earlier than this. No matter when it happens, you will likely have some symptoms that are very hard to avoid, such as night sweats and low libido. There are also some uncommon symptoms you may be having and not realizing they are due to menopause, three of which are listed below. Depression or Anxiety The emotional and physical changes caused by menopause can lead to depression or anxiety.
10 August 2016
Seeing a chiropractor to help alleviate your back pain can help you move from someone who is largely immobile and in constant discomfort to someone who can regain his or her former quality of life. It will often take several adjustments for your chiropractor to turn a sore back into a pain-free one, so it's important that you don't do anything in the meantime that worsens the pain or pushes your back out of alignment.
9 August 2016
Breaking a heroin addiction is not easy to do, but it can be slightly easier if you use methadone as a treatment option. Methadone is a drug that offers similar effects as heroin, but it is not as harmful for your body. Here are a few important things to know about the use of methadone as a treatment plan for breaking a heroin addiction. What is methadone? The drug methadone is commonly used to treat heroin addictions, and it is actually an opioid itself.
28 July 2016
If your child is prone to hurting themselves often, has serious health issues that exasperate problems like asthma, or tends to get infections regularly, you likely visit urgent care more often than is convenient. Packing a bag to keep in the car is a great way to make sure that you're always ready for a trip to urgent care even when it's unexpected. Here are a few things you should pack:
13 July 2016
If you are going in for your first acupuncture treatment, and you want the treatment to be as effective as possible, you need to know what to do before and after you go in for treatment. Before You Go In For Treatment Before you go in for your first treatment, you want to make sure that you are ready to focus all of your energy on your treatment and on the healing process.
4 July 2016