Memory · Jul 17, 2019Many people fear that everyday acts of forgetfulness, such as not remembering where you put your car keys, are early signs of Alzheimer’s disease. Although forgetfulness can be an early warning sign, the memory loss of Alzheimer’s disease is more serious than normal age-related memory difficulties. Misplacing your keys only … Read More
Heart Health · Jul 17, 2019Often, high blood pressure is a byproduct of an unhealthy lifestyle or other modifiable factors. Here are five blood pressure risk factors that you can modify with some guidance from your doctor.
An Unhealthy, High-Sodium DietYou’re probably aware that sodium is the dietary devil when it comes to high blood pressure. … Read More
Energy and Fatigue · Jul 17, 2019Vitamin B12 is best known—and most promoted—as a cure for fatigue, but this vitamin is important for much more than keeping energy levels up. Vitamin B12 deficiency symptoms include everything from depression, fatigue, and memory loss to canker sores and dizziness. Vitamin B12 … Read More
Nutrition · Jul 17, 2019It’s important to make sure your diet contains sufficient amounts of the selenium, an important trace element that is necessary for healthy brain, immune system, thyroid, reproductive, and lung function. Make sure these selenium foods play a starring role in your regular diet.
11 Foods High in Selenium
- Brazil nuts (these … Read More
Sleep · Jul 16, 2019Exercise can be useful for normalizing sleep patterns. Exercise not only burns calories and body fat, it also helps to reduce stress and raises body temperature, potentially promoting deep sleep at night. Engaging in yoga for sleep improvement, in particular, has even more benefits on your overall health. An analysis of … Read More
Pain · Jul 16, 2019Up to 60 percent of adults have had nocturnal leg cramps. These recurrent, painful cramps usually strike the calf muscles and can cause frequent awakenings and severe insomnia. They are more common in people aged 50 years and older. If you’ve suffered through them, read on … Read More
Nutrition · Jul 16, 2019Calcium, the most abundant mineral in the human body, is best known for its important role in bone health and protection from osteoporosis. However, in addition to its key role in imparting strength to bones and teeth, calcium plays a critical role as a messenger in … Read More
Depression · Jul 15, 2019One of the most important, yet most neglected, aspects of depression treatment is preventing depression from returning. Relapse refers to the returning signs of depression after a period of weeks or months of doing well. The term recurrence sometimes refers to a relapse that occurs late, after many months … Read More