Fertility With PCOS
If you have PCOS, you might be having difficulty getting pregnant. You might be frustrated having a bloating belly, looking pregnant while being unable to conceive. Both of these problems can be alleviated through balancing blood sugar levels. In this article you’ll discover: how blood sugar affects fertility, why stored fat doesn’t equate to stored energy, and why it’s so important to break the sugar cycle…Top 5 Most Common Health Problems
According to medical findings, staying physically active plays an important role in getting rid of health problems like cancers, diabetes and heart disease. It can also help improve mood and relieve depression. Inactivity normally accompanies advancing age and thus it is advisable to consider exercise programs.Small Steps And Consistency Are The Keys To Reclaiming – And Maintaining – Your Fitness
They tell you to hit the gym hard and heavy to build muscle mass – but as soon as you stop that lean muscle mass starts to dwindle away. You watch what you eat to lose weight, but as soon as you go back to your normal nutritional habits the weight comes right back. You’ve sacrificed so much over the years with almost nothing to show for it… So what went wrong?5 Surprising Ways Toilet Paper Hurts the Environment
Many people are still using toilet paper. But my bet is that number will drastically reduce as people become aware of the recent developments in bathroom hygiene. And also understand the nasty side of the toilet paper industry. Read on and get educated.Ferric Carboxymaltose Injection for Iron Deficiency Anemia
Ferric carboxymaltose injection with the brand name Injectafer is a parental iron replacement product which was approved by USFDA in July 2013, for the treatment of iron deficiency anemia in adults who have showed intolerance to oral iron or have had a poor response to oral iron. Injectafer is also indicated for iron deficiency anemia in adult patients with non-dialysis dependent chronic kidney disease (NND-CKD).See A Podiatrist If You Have Foot Problems
A podiatrist is a medical specialist that primarily focuses on conditions and diseases that affect the feet, ankles and lower legs. They are in the medical profession to keep you healthy from the ground up.Dieting To Lose Weight:The Epic Saga Continues
Dieting to lose weight is just as hard or as easy as changing the habit. One way to look at this is to see how the habit formed. Habits do not take place overnight.6 Great Health and Wellness Program Tips From 6 All-Time Great NCAA Coaches
There were six teacher-coaches who left an enduring impression on me during my undergraduate years at Indiana University (IU), Bloomington (graduated 1979). I took classes each of them taught, and observed and learned from them as coaches. The only way to describe these people is the best-of-the-best.Why Seek Out Acupuncture for Your Ailments?
For many people, acupuncture is one of the best tools available for reducing pain and improving overall health and well-being. Do not overlook the benefits it can provide to you.Workplace Wellness Programs Need a Big Dose of the Right Stuff
We should thank our lucky stars that President John F. Kennedy wasn’t a former workplace wellness expert. If he was, back on May 25, 1961, he would have challenged the nation, “… to set up a certification program that follows best practices in getting a U.S. space satellite program up and running to slow the rising cost of communications.”3 Reasons Why Physical Therapy Is Important to a Sports Injury Recovery
Swelling, pain and loss of motion are common complaints following a sports injury. In order to regain post-injury levels, movement is extremely important. The experts in body movements are physical therapists who are trained to conduct specific exercises and stretches meant for aiding recovery to a specific part of the body. So, what are some reasons why physical therapy is important to a sports injury recovery?Give Old Muscles A New Lease Of Life
Do you feel tense? Maybe you feel tight across the upper back between the shoulder blades, or perhaps it’s more of a stiff lower back, hips and legs. Tight muscles create numerous problems throughout the body from aches and pain to reduced oxygen and blood flow to the tight area.