7 Natural Ingredients That Help Relieve Pain
27 February 2017
Whether you're in search of mild topical pain relievers to use alone or in tandem with an established pain management, you may be wondering if preparations are available using natural ingredients such as herbs. Fortunately, you're in luck -- a variety of herbs have passed the test of time and are still in use today as pain relievers. Following are seven of them.
Native Americans have been using slippery elm as a pain relief aid for centuries.
Blurred Vision: Can Vision Therapy Help You Overcome It?
1 December 2016
Most people only experience blurred vision for a short time, such as when they become overly tired or develop a hangover after drinking too much. But for some people, blurred vision is something that happens to them all the time. Nothing relieves the problem, including taking a nap or resting their eyes. If you experience blurred vision that seems to get worse instead of get better, keep reading. Here are things that can cause blurred vision and the steps you can take to treat your condition.
3 Things To Know About Spinal Compression
1 November 2016
Your spine contains 33 bones, which are called vertebrae, and in between these bones are small gaps. Over time and with use, these gaps can close, and this can leave you with a condition called spinal compression, or subluxation. If this happens, you are likely to experience a lot of back pain and stiffness. You may also experience other issues, such as headaches. There are a number of ways to treat this problem, and visiting a chiropractor is one option.
4 Effective Ways To Minimize Urinary Incontinence After Pregnancy
17 October 2016
If you developed urinary incontinence during pregnancy and still can't get the situation under control now that you have had your baby, there are a few things you can do that should help alleviate the problem. Consider using one or more of the following ideas:
Focus on Weight Loss
If you have a few pounds left to lose after your recent pregnancy, consider making the task a priority. Research shows that losing some weight can significantly reduce the occurrence of urinary leakage.