4 Things You Need To Know About Gout

Posted on: 2 February 2015

Gout is a painful type of arthritis that often affects the big toe joint, but other joints in your body can also be affected. It causes severe pain in the affected joint, as well as swelling and tenderness. Here's what you need to know about this unpleasant condition. What causes this condition? Gout is caused by uric acid, a waste product that your kidneys are supposed to filter out of your blood. [Read More]

How A Weight Loss Consultant Can Help You Lose Weight As A Diabetic

Posted on: 29 January 2015

Being overweight can cause a lot of health problems and make your life more difficult than it has to be. If you suffer from diabetes, losing weight may be more difficult for you than someone that does not have diabetes because you need to monitor your sugar levels to ensure that you are losing weight in a safe manner. Use the following guide to learn how a weight loss consultant can help you lose weight safely. [Read More]

Diagnosed With Borderline Personality Disorder? Understanding Your Condition

Posted on: 27 January 2015

If you've been diagnosed with borderline personality disorder, you may be concerned about how it will affect your future and what options are available for treatment. Understanding your condition will help to alleviate your fears and concerns. What is borderline personality disorder? Borderline personality disorder is a psychological condition that causes feelings of emotional instability. It causes you to have a negative image of yourself. You may feel worthless and feel as if you're flawed or that there is something wrong with you. [Read More]

Do You Think You Have TMJ? How A Chiropractor Can Help

Posted on: 21 January 2015

Has your jaw been hurting enough lately that you suspect TMJ? If so, you'll want to look for some other tell-tale signs, such as a stiff neck, sore throat, bruxism, headaches, and aching ears; and, you'll want to visit your doctor. While prescribed medications can usually reduce the pain, you may want to try a more holistic approach: visiting a chiropractor. Even though chiropractors are known for helping back-related issues, they definitely can adjust your temporomandibular joint and give you some jaw-strengthening exercises. [Read More]