Seven Mistakes To Avoid If You Experience Bloating

While bloating can often be caused by medical conditions like kidney failure or celiac disease, it can also be aggravated by bad or unhealthy habits. You can minimize your bloating symptoms by changing some of your habits. The following are six common mistakes to avoid that could be causing or aggravating your bloating: Drinking carbonated beverages When you drink carbonated beverages, you swallow gas. Gas in your gut will cause you to become bloated. Read More 

3 Ways To Recover From Knee Surgery

Finding out that you have to have any sort of knee surgery can make you feel like you are going into some sort of war zone. Luckily, there are several things that you can do to speed up your recovery and get back to your normal self again. Even though your orthopedic surgeon will go over all of the recovery tips with you in person, this article will reiterate some of the recovery tips for you. Are you ready to learn some more tips? Read More 

Four Things You Should Know About Perimenopause

Just as a girl gradually become a woman with the start of her first period, a woman slowly transitions from her childbearing years to menopause. The hormonal and physiological changes don't happen overnight. This is a good thing because hormones are powerful and too much change at once would be difficult to cope with. This transitional phase leading up to menopause is referred to as perimenopause, and there are plenty of fluctuations during this time. Read More 

3 Health Benefits Of Dental Implants

Visiting your dentist regularly, brushing and flossing, and eating well are all helpful if you want to have a healthy and appealing smile. Unfortunately, issues may still arise, affecting your mouth, teeth, and gums in a negative way. While surprising to learn, an estimated 120 million people in the United States are missing at least one tooth. This tooth loss may have occurred via an injury or an underlying dental condition, such as decay or gum disease. Read More 

How Sleep Apnea Can Directly Affect Your Partner

Sleep apnea is a condition that causes you to snore as your throat muscles relax and collapse while you are asleep. Obviously, this isn't good for you and it can affect a lot of areas of your life, including your heart. However, there is another area of your life that your sleep apnea can be affecting and that is your spouse. While you should seek treatment for yourself, you should be even more motivated to do so knowing that it is affecting your loved one as well. Read More