Low Energy? It Could Be Your Thyroid
If you spent your high school or college years as a competitive wrestler, you may not have given much thought at the time to the strange, potentially dangerous eating and exercise habits adopted by many wrestlers in an effort to get down to competition weight. However, once your wrestling days are behind you, you may still be dealing with disordered eating patterns. In some cases, years of a restricted diet (followed by post-meet binges) could lead to full-blown bulimia once you lose control over your binging and feel as though you’re forced to purge. Read More»
If you have a teenager that has had problems with drugs, you should be aware of the different types of drugs out there, as well as the symptoms they cause. Chances are you have not heard of everything that is currently on the market, such as the two types below. This will allow you to tell if your child is on one of these drugs so you can get them the help they need. Read More»
When your child is born with ear abnormalities, you likely find yourself extremely protective of your child. After all, just because they are different, does not mean you love them any less because of it. However, you may also realize that as your child grows up, they may begin to feel self-conscious or have low self-esteem about their ears. Because of this, you may be looking into possible treatment option for your child’s ear abnormalities. Read More»
Fluticasone nasal sprays contain a corticosteroid, which is used to treat any inflammation one might have in their nasal or sinus passages. The spray is easy to administer and takes just seconds of your time. There are a few things to consider before deciding if a fluticasone nasal spray is right for you.
Your Medical History
There are certain conditions and illnesses that the fluticasone nasal spray should not be used with, including diabetes, tuberculosis, and liver disease. Read More»
If you suffer from asthma, exposure to even one trigger can send you into an attack. That’s why it’s so important that you remove as many of the potential triggers as you can. That can be difficult when you’re out in the world. However, with a few simple steps you can reduce or eliminate your exposure to asthma triggers in your home. Here are four steps you can take to make life more breathable at home. Read More»