Recently, YouTube fashion blogger Marnie Goldberg talked about her battle with thyroid health. She was struggling with an autoimmune disease called Hashimoto’s thyroiditis. She shared her struggle with her followers, becoming part of a special group of social media icons willing to open up about personal health issues.
The winter weather can be tough on our skin, making it dry, itchy and irritated. With cold, windy conditions outside that leave your skin feeling raw, and indoors the heat can take the moisture out of your skin, you can’t escape!
Maintaining a healthy weight and a balanced diet is key to good health. Weight management should always be an essential aspect of your daily routine. However, some people fail to grasp this concept as they view weight loss as an aesthetic issue.
That gaping hole in your mouth or the teeth that are now falling out due to age or health conditions might cause you to lose sleep at night. You might be wondering what dental path you can take and wonder if you might also have to remove dentures at night and soak them throughout the evening in a solution.
Did you know: anxiety disorders affect up to 18.1 percent of the US adult population every year?
When almost one in five adults are suffering from mental health issues, it’s time to look beyond the solutions offered by the pharmaceutical industry.
But how can natural depression and anxiety medicine help?
As you can imagine, just as your body needs a healthy diet to survive, so do your hair follicles Often times the hair is overlooked because the strands on your head are essentially “dead”. However, where the hair follicles meet the scalp are cells that are alive and needing nutrients and oxygen to survive. With that being said, your diet can absolutely affect your hair.
Sleep is an integral part of your life, and its optimal amount allows you to take care of the well-being and proper functioning of many processes in the body. When you are not well-rested, you lack motivation, find it hard to concentrate, and may experience unusual mood swings. However, the length of sleep is not the only factor that matters – its quality is just as important.
Coolsculpting is very popular at the moment and this can be attributed to a number of factors. The treatment is one of the safest on the market, it is highly accessible, and most importantly: it’s super effective. When it comes to burning through fat and making various areas of the body leaner, few treatments are as effective as Coolsculpting.
The cold is just not for everyone. Some of us prefer the cool breeze with a little bit of chill, but many people simply can’t handle lower temperatures.
You’re probably this person or at the very least, live with someone who is. There’s just no comfort in the cold. But there is comfort in knowing that we can use the cold to our advantage and manipulate our bodies in such a way, that we can even change our appearance.