Getting a good night’s rest is a great way to start the day, but that’s not always possible for some people. According to the Centers for Disease Control, an estimated 50 to 70 million U.S. adults have sleep or wakefulness disorder, which includes sleep apnea, narcolepsy, and insomnia.
It’s not uncommon for people to occasionally not sleep well, but regular bouts with sleeplessness may indicate that you are suffering from a form of insomnia.
Prevention is the best medicine, but it’s hard to try and stop something without awareness of the issue. June is Men’s Health Month, which is dedicated to teaching males of all ages about health concerns that can affect them throughout their lives.
While you may already know about health concerns like cardiovascular disease, you may not realize just how important it is to prevent these issues.
Before every professional athlete became a star, he or she was just a kid playing sports. There is a long road for your children to become champions, and it all starts with getting them properly prepared to play sports and, most importantly, to have fun.
A recent abstract presented during the American Thoracic Society’s annual meeting is receiving considerable media attention, but allergists are pointing out serious concerns about the flawed reasoning presented.
As you get older, your body starts to change. Arthritis, weakening muscles, and the danger of potential falls are a reality during your golden years, but your life shouldn’t be dictated by aches and pains.
Seniors can improve the quality of their lives by staying in shape with low-impact exercises.
Do you or someone you know complain about itching of the mouth when they eat certain foods? Do you or this person complain of increased allergy symptoms during certain parts of the year? If so, this could indicate Oral Allergy Syndrome.
What is it?
Oral allergy syndrome occurs when the proteins in foods look similar to the proteins in pollens. For example, people who have an allergy to Ragweed may complain that watermelon causes itching of the mouth, throat or tongue.
Participating in sports as an adult can be a whole lot of fun. Competitive games can help bring people together as a team and serve as a fun way to stay fit after you get out of work or while you are at school.
Unfortunately, playing sports can also lead to injuries, a reality that comes with physical competition.
After a long, cold winter, it’s certainly great to enjoy Spring weather once again. Appropriately, May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month, which is a great way to motivate you and your family to get outside and be more active.
It’s said that “the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.” The idiom applies to a lot of things, from your features to your personality. Your family has a major impact on the person you are in both good and bad ways.
According to the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, one in every 12 adults suffer from alcohol abuse or dependence. If you’re one of the millions of people who have a relative who suffer from the disease, you could have a greater risk of developing future dependencies.
You don’t need alcohol to have a party. Whether you’re planning a big shindig or a small gathering with friends, non-alcoholic drinks are great to have around as an option for people who don’t drink. These drinks are just as tasty, and can be healthier, than your typical adult beverage.
It’s easy to make your own mocktails without sacrificing on quality during Alcohol Awareness Month. Follow these simple rules and you’ll make everyone at the party excited to try these options in no time!
Since you’re making non-alcoholic beverages, cutting liquor from your cocktails is pretty obvious. However, an alcohol-free beverage does more than just provide an option for people abstaining from typical adult beverages; it also helps you cut calories.
One 1.5 oz. serving of vodka has over 60 calories alone while an average beer contains over 150 calories per bottle, so just imagine what a couple of drinks could add up to!