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.
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.
Pain or pressure in the head can have many different sources and causes. Therefore, it can be tough to tell whether you’re suffering from a traditional headache or a migraine. It’s important to know the difference so you can get the right treatment and even prevent them in the future. In general, migraines are characterized by throbbing that worsens with any kind of physical exertion, such as walking upstairs. Headaches are more chronic and steady, characterized by a band-like pressure or tightness.
For many of us, this is the best time of the year. There are endless parties, presents, traveling, and lots of time with those we love. But there is a dark underbelly to the festivities, and if you’re not careful you could enter the new year feeling a little less “you.” Follow these pro tips for staying healthy during the holidays.
The New Year brings the promise of new beginnings, and for many people, starting over means the commitment to taking charge of their wellness and living a happier, healthier lifestyle. Unfortunately, 30% of all New Year’s resolutions are forgotten by February, according to time-management firm Franklin Covey.
When we hear the word inflammation, we typically envision the painful, swollen area around an injured joint, or the hot, irritated redness associated with a sting or bite, but chronic inflammation in our systems can be more subtle and much more dangerous. Why is it necessary to reduce chronic inflammation from our systems?