The reality is we have to eat in order to live but when disruptive digestive issues arise, what normally should be a pleasurable occurrence can take a turn for the worse in a stressed-out stomach looking for relief.
Everything about our ears from how they look to the amount of wax they produce can be clues to our overall state of health. Here are several ways our ears may be trying to get your attention loud and clear:
They found that loneliness may be more hazardous to your health than being obese. According to the American Association of Retired People (AARP), around 42.6 million American adults over the age of 45 suffer from loneliness.
The problem of DVT is that the symptoms can be vague. A person might be experiencing pain or a feeling of not being able to get enough air. This can make it difficult sometimes for a doctor to recognize the possibility of the issue being DVT.
The nutrient we associate most with making our bones strong is the mineral calcium. Vitamin D, magnesium intake and weight bearing exercise also have roles in keeping bones healthy. Now we can also add vitamin K2 to this list.
A new study suggests how this can harm your heart. As noted, researchers found people who put in 55 hours or more a week have an increased risk of developing atrial fibrillation - which is an irregular heart rhythm linked to stroke compared to those who work 40 hours or less.