If you have been diagnosed with fibromyalgia, you know how difficult it can be to manage the pain and fatigue of your condition. Here are six tips for preventing flares, so you can take a proactive stance against your illness. Know Your Physical Limitations An easy way to precipitate a fibromyalgia flare is to overdo it physically. Be realistic about the amount of activity you can engage in, and stop when you hit your boundaries. [Read More]
Secrets Your Gynecologist Needs To Know
Everyone has secrets, but when it comes to your health, ahem….down there, you shouldn't be keeping them from your gynecologist or obstetrician. Here are some securely kept secrets that you should always tell your doctor at your annual gynecological exam. Your Periods are Irregular When you see changes in your otherwise regular period, you should always tell your gynecologist. When you see a change in the consistency of the flow, such as it being lighter or heavier than usual, there may be other things going on in your body, and your doctor needs to know. [Read More]
3 Practical Uses Of Hypnosis In Today's Society
When someone thinks of hypnosis, they might think of a stage magician providing entertainment for a crowd. They might also think of a movie that portrayed hypnosis only as a technique for memory retrieval. However, hypnosis has many more beneficial uses that are particularly attractive in today's society. Pain Reducer Hypnosis can be used as an alternative to anesthesia when other methods of pain reduction fall short. It can be used during childbirth instead of an epidural. [Read More]
Masseuse Or Chiropractor: Which Is Better?
The answer to this question is not as simple as it may seem. There are many reasons why people visit both the chiropractor and the masseuse. Often times these reasons are very similar to each other. In fact, chiropractors often work in coordination with a masseuse. This article weighs the differences between the chiropractor and the masseuse. What do chiropractors do? Chiropractors use adjustments of the spine to correct misalignments, called subluxations. [Read More]