• Anxiety and Treatment What You Need to Know

    Natural ways to cure a headache

    There are 40 million Americans living with anxiety disorders — that is roughly 18% of the total population! That makes anxiety related illnesses the most common among all other mental illnesses in the United States.

    What’s worse is that, despite the fact that these conditions are often very treatable, around two-thirds of those suffering from an anxiety disorder do not receive any form of treatment. That means that 12% of the total U.S. population is living with a possibly debilitating mental illness without receiving the proper care.

    If you are among that 12%, it is important that you understand that you are not alone, and that there are treatment options available for yo Continue Reading

  • Stay Migraine Free

    Scientific diet

    A migraine headache can be debilitating. According to the Migraine Research Foundation more than 90% of sufferers are unable to work or function normally during their migraine. For many individuals, this has become an accepted way of life and they deal with the pain as best they can using pain medications and preventative medications. Over half (54%) of migraineurs experience one or more attacks per month and 13% claim one or more attacks per week. Beyond the burden of a migraine attack itself, having migraine increases the risk for other physical and psychiatric conditions. Migraines can cause depression (it is 3x more common in people suffering from severe headaches)and this can negatively affect relationships with friends and family too.

    If you are looking for a non-pharmacological approach that sticks wi Continue Reading

  • Diet and Exercise The Age Old Life Prolonger

    Healthier life

    Being able to stay healthy as you get older is critical to your quality of life; how active you can be, what can of lifestyle you can maintain, how long you can live alone and even how long your lifespan is. Living a healthier life includes diet and exercise, not just one or the other. I agree, it would be much easier to just focus on one but unfortunately, both are very important.

    Taking brisk walks, engaging in low impact activities like swimming and golfing are great ways to keep active. Try and do something to get your heart rate elevated slightly about three times a week and you will see such a difference in your energy levels and even in how your body feels. Of course, be careful not to overdo it; always stay within Continue Reading