According to research from the Colorado University Extension, 50 million people diet to attempt weight loss in the United States; unfortunately, only 2.5 million of those individuals are successful in their efforts (5% of all dieters). Since those figures are so abysmal, people who want to lose extra pounds often use weight-loss lifestyle modifications, along with safe and effective fat-reduction medical treatment.
Deciding when to go see a headache specialist can be confusing. You do not want to put in the time and effort for a healthcare appointment if you do not really need one. On the other hand, you do not want to avoid seeing a doctor, allowing symptoms to worsen and your condition to progress.
If you are currently obese, you may wonder how likely it is that you will return to a healthy weight. A study conducted by researchers at two London institutions sought to answer that question.
The study’s team looked at a randomly selected group of electronic health records that were collected from 2004 to 2014 and stored within the UK’s Clinical Practice Research Datalink. Records of 99,791 women and 76,704 men were chosen for the study.
Varicose veins, swollen and twisted, typically arise just beneath the skin’s surface. The legs are where they most commonly form. Issues that can arise because of varicose veins are skin ulcers, blood clots, and mild to moderate pain.
There are three main triggers of hip pain: osteoarthritis, tendinitis, and bursitis. But no matter what you call it, you just want it to go away. Different treatments work for different causes, so check out this handy guide that shows you when you can treat pain at home and when you should get to the doctor.
If you’re like many people living with chronic pain, you feel worse when the cold weather sets in. While there’s not as much scientific evidence as you’d think that connects weather changes and chronic pain, some studies have shown slight associations between pain and temperature, humidity, wind speed and barometric pressure. Most evidence is linked to weather’s effects on those who suffer from rheumatoid arthritis.
One of the most common chronic pain disorders, fibromyalgia affects more than five million people in this country. It is also the second most common condition affecting the bones and muscles. Unfortunately, it’s also quite frequently misdiagnosed and misunderstood. Highlighted by classic symptoms like muscle and joint pain, fibromyalgia is also accompanied by fatigue. There is no cure at this time for this condition; however, there are ways you can manage your symptoms in everyday life.
Winter is on its way and with it, holiday meals, candy, pies, and temptation at every turn. The weather gets colder and the days get shorter, making it more difficult to get outdoors and easier to stay on the couch. So how can you lose weight in winter? Well, keep in mind there are two key factors in successful weight loss: staying fit AND keeping your hunger levels in check.
An ionic detox foot bath naturally eliminates harmful toxins and heavy metals from the body via the feet. These detoxes are becoming more and more popular with people who wish to rid their bodies of toxins originating from air impurities, unhealthy dietary choices, and even chemicals in beauty products, says Healthline.