Learning to Overcome Your Hidden Health Problems

As a young adult, I took sleep for granted. But as I enter middle age, I find that I need sleep more than anything else. Unfortunately, the sleep I get isn't enough to keep me going during the day. I generally spend my waking days exhausted and fatigued. I decided to see a doctor about my baffling problem. After asking me numerous questions about my life, the doctor diagnosed me with chronic fatigue syndrome. The condition wreaks havoc on your life, even if you sleep throughout the night. Although I require ongoing treatment to manage my condition, I'm on my way to feeling like me again. I started this blog in hopes of reaching out to other people who suffer from unexplained health problems. I really hope you find the guidance you need to overcome your hidden health problem. Thanks for reading.

Learning to Overcome Your Hidden Health Problems

5 Tips For A Healthy Pregnancy After Age 35

18 March 2016
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With more and more women putting off having children until later in life, you are far from alone if you are trying to conceive a baby after the age of 35. While some women in this age range do have difficulty conceiving and maintaining healthy pregnancies, many women successfully have babies in their late thirties, well into their forties and beyond. Here are five tips to boost your chances of a healthy pregnancy after age 35:
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7 Ways To Heal Back Pain

8 February 2016
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Over 26 million people in the U.S. aged 20 to 64 deal with regular back pain, according to a National Institute of Health Statistics survey. If you are one of the many people who suffer from this debilitating pain on a daily basis, you probably feel very frustrated. This kind of pain can prevent you from doing your daily activities. There is some positive news, though. It is possible to reduce back pain and live a normal life.
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The 5 Biggest Potential Benefits of Osseointegrated Artificial Limbs for Younger Amputees

13 January 2016
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While losing a limb is difficult at any age, it is often more disruptive for a younger amputee that relies on their physical ability for work. Osseointegrated artificial limbs are still in the testing stages, but these bone-anchored devices are showing a lot of promise. Find out how these upcoming prosthetic advancements could greatly help younger amputees return to the careers and leisure activities. Less Irritation Prostheses tend to rely on a socket and suspender system, also known as a cup or suction attachment.
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Do You Feel Like You’re Wearing A Cape Of Pain On Your Back? You May Have Syringomyelia

29 December 2015
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If you have pain across your upper back, neck, and shoulders in the areas that would be touched by a cape if you wore one, you may have what is called syringomyelia. This is not a medical condition, but it is a result or symptom of a disorder of or injury to the spinal cord. Here's what you need to know.  Syringomyelia Syringomyelia is the medical word used to describe the formation of cysts filled with cerebrospinal fluid in the spinal cord.
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Want To Keep Your Weight Loss Resolutions? Consider These 3 Strategies

19 December 2015
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Everyone knows how to lose those extra pounds – just eat less, exercise more, and use good old fashioned willpower, right? But what if you're trying that and it just isn't working? The truth is that if weight loss were really that easy, there wouldn't be a need for so many diet products and plans. Sometimes, those stubborn pounds just won't come off – and sometimes willpower is pretty hard to come by.
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Learning to Overcome Your Hidden Health Problems

As a young adult, I took sleep for granted. But as I enter middle age, I find that I need sleep more than anything else. Unfortunately, the sleep I get isn't enough to keep me going during the day. I generally spend my waking days exhausted and fatigued. I decided to see a doctor about my baffling problem. After asking me numerous questions about my life, the doctor diagnosed me with chronic fatigue syndrome. The condition wreaks havoc on your life, even if you sleep throughout the night. Although I require ongoing treatment to manage my condition, I'm on my way to feeling like me again. I started this blog in hopes of reaching out to other people who suffer from unexplained health problems. I really hope you find the guidance you need to overcome your hidden health problem. Thanks for reading.

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