Earache is one of the most unbearable types of pain. Not only will this affect your quality of hearing, It can make it difficult for you to do anything else other than think about the pain. In most cases, earaches are linked to ear infections. The following are some effective ear infection remedies you should definitely try.Read More →
Anxiety is a state of physical and psychological symptoms that are caused by the apprehension of something that is perceived as a threat. The symptoms and their gravity can vary greatly from one person to another, but even mild anxiety can be difficult to deal with.
If you are frequently experiencing fear, irritability, concentration problems, or insomnia, you might have anxiety. The following coping mechanisms for anxiety could change your daily life:Read More →
Did you know that around 60 per cent of the human body is water? Water is essentially what we are made of, what keeps us alive, and big part of what allows us to live with the degree of comfort that we do. You probably put a lot of thought into the food you eat, the products you use, and getting enough sleep and exercise, but when was the last time you considered the quality of the water you drink, cook with, and bathe in?
Recent studies estimate that the average human needs between two to three litres of water a day to maintain optimum health, that’s up to 21 litres a week and over one thousand a year! If you’re going to putting something into your body in such large quantities, you want to make sure that it’s safe, high quality, and free from harmful materials and sediment.Read More →
Persistent feelings of sadness and a loss of interest in activities are just two of the ways that teen depression is exhibited in the population. No doubt a serious mental health problem, teen depression affects the way a teenager thinks, feels, and behaves in addition to negatively impacting one’s emotional, functional, and physical capabilities.Read More →
We live in a world that is wrought with circumstances that induce stress. Since there is just so much going on in our society, anxiety is bound to crop up at some point. Having said that, there are a multitude of ways that can help us both mitigate and manage how much stress we actually have to bare.
One of the best ways to do this? Get yourself a massage. Massage therapy is one of the best ways to provide you with physical relief, and also to calm your internal system.Read More →
Miscarriage is the unexpected end of a pregnancy within the first 20 weeks. It occurs when the fetus or embryo is unable to survive independently and dies naturally. Miscarriage is the single most common complication early in a pregnancy. The Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada (SOGC) estimates that 15 to 20 per cent of pregnancies will end in miscarriage, but some research suggests the rate is even higher. Rates of miscarriage increase with a woman’s age. Many miscarriages occur before a woman even knows she is pregnant. The risk of miscarriage is highest within the first trimester and 80 to 90 per cent of miscarriages occur within the first 13 weeks of the pregnancy.Read More →
Who likes the flu? Nobody. You would never wish it on your worst enemy. Heck, you would even prefer to go to school or work than stay home and endure the torture of the flu. Once the common flu symptoms kick in, all you can do is get your boxes of tissues, bottles of water, chicken noodle soup, and fresh sheets – it is going to be a rough 48 hours!
When you have the flu symptoms, hygiene is of the utmost importance. There is one thing your hands are constantly touching: your inventory of dirty tissues. You do not need to wash your hands every five minutes, but it would be a good idea to still wash your hands throughout the day as to avoid spreading your germs to common household items, such as the channel changer, the laptop, or your smartphone. As you would any other time, turn on the hot water, apply your soap, and rinse. You can even rub your hands with sanitizer!
There is no single cure of the flu, not even the flu shot is 100 percent infallible. There are ways to adapt, including having the knowledge of what to expect and how to mitigate the unbearable agony of the flu. Here are the seven common flu symptoms and their characteristics:Read More →
You’re probably thinking to yourself: Naturopath? Shouldn’t I just visit a fortune teller and peer into a crystal ball instead?
This couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, naturopaths are educated with the same background as medical doctors; they simple choose to apply a holistic approach to medicine, using nutrition, acupuncture, and other natural treatments.
A medical doctor will generally treat symptoms using basic information that you provide them, whereas a naturopath will attempt to treat underlying causes by accumulating a wealth of specific information about you. Of course, it’s important to see both and take both of their opinions into account. That said, however skeptical you might be, here are the top three reasons you need to visit a naturopath.Read More →
Acupuncture is a popular, traditional Chinese therapy that has been practiced for over 2000 years. It has recently gained traction in other parts of the world, especially where conventional medicine has failed. For instance, in some instances, it is claimed that acupuncture can alleviate the symptoms of chemotherapy. It can also alleviate allergic conditions more effectively than conventional medicine would, or where conventional medicine is ineffective.
There are many acupuncture benefits. While studies on its benefits in alleviating specific symptoms and diseases are not conclusive, it has been used as traditional Chinese therapy for over 2000. Besides, most people turn to acupuncture when other conventional treatments have failed, which means they don’t have a better choice.
Below are ten surprising benefits of acupuncture.Read More →
High blood pressure is a common health problem affecting millions of people across Canada and the rest of the world. It isn’t something to ignore either.
When the blood pressure remains high, it can cause damage to the eyes, heart, kidneys, and blood vessels. These complications of uncontrolled blood pressure usually occur over several decades, so it will not spring up overnight. To reduce the complications of high blood pressure, patients are usually prescribed blood pressure-lowering medications, which have to be taken for life.Read More →