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The Wellness Blog

Avoid Lower Back Pain

Posted by Debra Murray on

80 percent of people will learn, at some point in their lives, what the ache of back pain feels like. The most common causes of back pain are sprains, strains, injuries, herniated discs and age-related degenerative conditions. If your pain is constant and severe, it can affect your personal and work life. Back Pain Negatively Affects Sleep Getting a good night’s rest with an achy back is next to impossible. Poor sleep patterns can leave you too moody and tired to hang out with your loved ones or be productive at work. No matter how much your family and friends...

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Travel Pain Free

Posted by Debra Murray on

The effects of flying and driving for long hours can make anyone feel stiff and sore. Back pain is the most prevalent problem for many travelers. Traveling can be especially be a pain if you already have circulation problems, back pain or arthritis. If you take the time to consider these basic travel tips before disembarking on your next long journey you can minimize those aches and pains by a marginal amount. Only Use Shoes that You Know You can Rely On Comfortable shoes are vital for people who are flying. It's tempting to go for the cute or new...

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Dangers of Aching, Painful Feet

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Aches and pains are things that accompany the aging process. They may be a result of some previous injury or they can come from continued wear on your body, but they can be more than an annoyance regardless of the cause. One of the most common types of pains involves aching feet, but few people know the side effects that painful feet can have on their health. The Effect of Pain on Your Body Pain is used as a warning that something isn't right within your body. Usually it's the easiest and fastest way for you to realize that something's...

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Health Tips for Restless Legs

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Restless leg syndrome causes an extreme urge for those affected to move their legs, especially at night. This often leads to difficulty in sleeping and daytime drowsiness. However, lack of sleep may not be the worst of the effects caused by this condition. Research is showing that those who suffer from restless leg syndrome have an increased risk of developing heart disease, as well as an increased risk of early death. A study by Mayo Clinic found that those with more severe cases of restless leg syndrome, meaning that the legs twitch more than 35 times per hour, were more...

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Preserve Your Skin as You Age

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As most people know, getting older comes with its own set of nuances. The body starts to ache a little more when rolling out of bed, hair turns a different color than what it used to be, and of course those dreaded wrinkles begin lining the face like a map. While some things are just inevitable, in the case of wrinkles no one needs to settle for less than beautiful and healthy looking skin. The problem with wrinkles To better understand how to fix the wrinkle problem, it’s also important to know why they happen in the first place. It’s...

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