We have all contended with dry skin at some point in our lives and many individuals live with chronic medical issues that cause dry skin regularly. Although throughout the year the use of specialized creams and ointments should be used especially if you have an ongoing condition, winter can be a particularly vulnerable time for your skin. Dry skin in winter can be difficult to contend with and may require ongoing attention, but here are some of the best tips to help alleviate dry skin during the winter season.
COVID-19 unfortunately has affected many lives and with so much concerning information regarding vaccines and medical treatments, many people are choosing to combat the condition the natural way. Recovery of COVID-19 stands at between 97% and 99.75%, so most people will recover. However, recovery can be difficult for some and the long-term effects of COVID-19 are still being investigated, but there is always hope in natural remedies that aid in healing. Here are a few things you will want to add to your diet to aid in recovery after COVID-19.
Your oral health is just as important as maintaining proper health in the rest of your body. Many people believe that simply brushing your teeth daily is enough to keep them healthy, but oral health is more than just brushing your teeth. You are supposed to brush your teeth twice daily. Generally, once in the morning and once before you go to bed to keep your teeth and gums healthy, but you can do more. Here are some tips to help improve your oral hygiene.
The number of diets on the market today is truly staggering. It seems that every day another diet forms and a new fad begins. However, following all these diets and trends can actually do damage to your body. The key to nutrition is providing the body with what it needs to function correctly and getting adequate exercise to maintain your total body health. Here is what your body needs and where to get it from.
The body has a natural inflammatory response when it is injured in any way. Swelling and bruising of the skin are what we see on the surface, but what is occurring is deep within the body. That inflammatory response maintains blood pressure and acts as a cushion around the affected area to promote healing. The same thing occurs when our internal organs are stressed or mildly injured as well. However good our body’s natural inflammatory response is, it can also be a negative when chronic inflammation becomes an issue. Many people experience chronic inflammation without even knowing it and your diet can have a vast affect on these conditions. Here are a few foods you need to eat if chronic inflammation is a problem for you.
Although some schools remained open during the pandemic with options for students to utilize distance learning, the vast majority of schools for the 20-21 school year were closed to in person learning. This year, more school districts are returning to the classroom and that can certainly be concerning for parents. How do you protect your children when they are going to be around so many others? Are there any clear answers in regard to mask mandates and social distancing requirements in schools?
Stomach issues can arise quickly. Eating something that does not agree with your system or an overabundance of fatty, unhealthy foods can affect your digestive system. An occasional digestive issue can happen, but when it is ongoing, you may become one of 62 million Americans that are diagnosed with a chronic digestive condition. Most of the time, these conditions are preventable, but it takes an effort in promoting your personal digestive health to see it happen. Here are some foods that promote healthy digestion.
Depression is one of the biggest epidemics we have in this country that the vast majority of individuals fail to acknowledge. It can be easy to treat obvious conditions such as a physical sickness or a broken arm, but what happens when you cannot understand your feelings and do not even know how to relay them to a physician?
We hear a lot about antioxidants these days. They are linked to various health related foods, yet no one ever actually elaborates on what these essential enzymes are. Basically, antioxidants are powerhouses that attack free radicals in the body and prevent them from doing harm. Free radicals have been linked to conditions from Diabetes to Cancer, so eliminating them throughout your body is essential to your total body health. Here are some of the most antioxidant rich foods you need to add to your diet right away.
For anyone who has tried to lose weight, you can attest to the fact that diets do not always work. Even the word, “Diet” brings about negative connotations in our minds and therefore is often avoided at any cost. The truth is, most diets actually do not work, and there are plenty of reasons why they do not work for the average person. We will explore these reasons why diets don’t work and show you a solution that actually will help improve your total body health.
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