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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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Your Anxious Teen: Tips For Helping Your Young Adult Deal With Stress And Panic

13 November 2014
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According to an extensive study conducted by the National Institute of Mental Health, around eight percent of teens between the ages of 13 and 18 suffered from a severe anxiety disorder. This might not sound like a huge number, but this statistic means that thousands of teenagers are suffering with the fear, stress and depression associated with many anxiety disorders. If you're concerned your teen is suffering with severe anxiety, here are a few ways you can help:
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Cooking Heart-Healthy Asian Food

13 November 2014
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If you have cardiology problems but love Asian food, you may feel that you have a bit of a conundrum. Asian food is known for being loaded with both sodium and fat, two ingredients that can contribute to high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and heart attack. However, if you make a few simple changes to how you cook, you can continue to enjoy delicious Asian food without the naughty ingredients. Here are some helpful cooking tips.
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3 Reasons To Consider Palliative Care

13 November 2014
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Palliative care is a supportive approach to managing serious medical conditions, especially if you require complex care. Although palliative treatments are often associated with terminal diseases, there are substantial benefits to receiving palliative treatments, no matter the expected course of your illness. Palliative Care Is Not Hospice Care Although a major component of hospice care is palliative treatment, the two types of care are not interchangeable. Palliative treatments are used to manage many types of diseases and illnesses, even if the prognosis is not terminal.
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Do Not Allow Winter Allergies To Ruin Your Holidays

13 November 2014
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With the hustle and bustle of the holidays, the last thing that you have time for during the holiday season is to be sidetracked by your holiday allergies. While some allergy sufferers may get a break once the weather turns cold, others may see a flare of symptoms that may seem very similar to a common cold. How you are affected will really depend on what you are allergic to. Knowing what to look for, and the best way to treat these symptoms, will have you back caroling in no time.
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Exploring Alzheimer’s Treatments? Alternative Therapies You Should Consider

23 October 2014
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When it comes to treating Alzheimer's, there are many medical and non-medical approaches. In fact, some specialists rely on alternative therapies to help reach these patients both emotionally and mentally. Some of the things to consider include art, music and pet therapies. Here are some tips for making the most of these alternative treatment options for your loved one. Using Music Therapy Music can help Alzheimer's patients in many ways. Emotions are often linked to many things, from our sense of smell to the songs that we hear.
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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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