There are plenty of fun things to love about winter, such as perfect white snow to ski, board, sled or play in, and the excuse…
No matter how careful we try to be with our own personal safety, at some time in our lives we will all have to deal with a serious personal injury. These injuries can happen in a car accident or slipping on an icy sidewalk, or even in the ostensible safety of our own homes. As a matter of fact, according to statistics from the National Safety Council, a majority of accidents resulting in serious personal injuries actually do occur to persons at home.
When alcohol begins to impact your brain, you may initially feel happy and relaxed. When you drink to excess, your brain produces the symptoms of drunkenness, like slurred speech, walking difficulties, and memory lapses. However, chronic drinking affects your tolerance, and so your body begins to crave more alcohol in order to produce the same feelings. This means that when you quit drinking, the neurotransmitters in your brain are no longer suppressed by alcohol, which results in hyperexcitability. As a result, withdrawal symptoms affect you differently from alcohol consumption.
If you’ve ever had a UTI, you know the discomfort and pain that comes with it. Unfortunately, women who have had several are more likely to get more, and recurrent UTIs is an issue for almost 20 percent of the female population.
The average commute time is anywhere from 22 minutes to 26 minutes. Working professionals who are fortunate enough to have a small commute do not have to worry about going to and from work. However, there is a large number of people who drive over 30 minutes or 60 minutes to work each day. If you are driving a longer amount every day, it could have devastating effects on your health. Here are some of the negative effects of driving over 2 hours each day.
Pain management may be the most pressing issue in the medical community today. The amount of people who seek pain management therapies has boomed and continues to grow quickly. Part of this is fueled by the fact that people are living longer and longer lives mean more pain during that long life. There are so many people living with chronic or intermittent pain that the parts of the traditional medical industries providing therapies are filled with multi-billion dollar companies that are some of the fastest growing.