Coping with Chronic Health Conditions: Tips

Coping with Chronic Health Conditions: Tips

  • Issues You Should Discuss With Your Gynecologist

    Women are often taught to try to downplay their health issues and not talk about any pain or suffering they may be enduring. In fact, sometimes women get discouraged by their own doctors for bringing up pain and other health issues. In spite of this, it is important that you know when you absolutely should talk to your gynecologist about issues you have been having. Gynecologists are specialists in women's issues that have the know-how to help you with many of your health issues.

  • 3 Steps To Kissing Your Winter Depression Goodbye For Good

    If you suffer from winter depression, then you may feel like you are living half a life, because you only feel fully functional during the spring and summer. When others are embracing fall weather and happily shopping for those warm, cozy winter sweaters, you may be looking at the clock at dusk and dreading when the sun begins setting even earlier. Thankfully, you don't have to suffer through another spell of winter depression, often called seasonal affective disorder (SAD), when you follow these three steps to finally getting rid of it for good.

  • Four Ways To Prevent Marital Fights About Money

    According to research conducted at Kansas State University, fights about money are the number one predictor of divorce. Studies have also shown that spousal arguments about money tend to be the longest and most intense, which is certainly not good news if you want to stay on good terms with your husband or wife. If you want to have a healthy and lasting relationship, it is clear that avoiding disagreements about finances is crucial.

  • The Truth About Welding With Contact Lenses In

    Are you a welder? Do you have better vision with your contact lenses in but worry that wearing contacts while welding is a safety hazard? If so, read on to learn everything you need to know about welding with your contacts in. A Common Myth Debunked Every now and then a horror story about welding and contact lenses makes its way around the Internet. In it, a man is blinded for life when the high heat from his welding rod fuses his contacts to his corneas.

  • Your Desk Job Is The Reason You're Getting Hurt At The Gym

    If you're lifting weights at the gym to try and get stronger and leaner, you're on the right track. Resistance training is incredibly beneficial to the body, but it can also take a toll on your muscles and joints-- especially your feet, ankles, knees, and back. You might not think that these injuries come from your desk job, but you will be surprised to learn that the time you spend sitting at your desk has a huge impact on your performance at the gym Take the following steps to keep yourself on the path to better fitness, instead of becoming side tracked by an unexpected injury.

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Coping with Chronic Health Conditions: Tips

Ever since I was a young girl, I have had bad asthma and allergies. I had to stay in the hospital several times when I was in elementary school just to help get my asthma under control and it seemed like I was trying medication after medication with little success. I don't remember all of my childhood health details, since I was so young, but my mother has "filled in the blanks" for me. Thanks to modern medicine and a natural remedy, my health conditions are currently under control and have been for a few years now. I am very grateful for my good health, and I want to "pay it back" to others by creating a blog where I will post my health tips. I hope I can help you learn how to achieve good health!