Posted by Carl Adams on Nov 12, 2012 in Health & Well-Being, Other Health | Comments Off
The moment has finally come. Your child has now left home and is up and out in a whole new grown up world. It’s a day of happiness, emotion, sadness, and a whole bunch of other things. As of now you are still feeling the emptiness of a home where you raised a kid for a significant part of their life. Now it is that empty nest where you are now the sole occupant. Lucky for you there are some ways that you can ease that sadness in your heart. That smile will be back on your face before you know it.
First things first right? If you are suffering from empty nest syndrome you might want to know the toll it can take if you do not deal with it. According to studies, empty nest syndrome can have a negative impact and in a way a positive impact. The negative impact is that parents who are experiencing empty nest syndrome can be more vulnerable to habits alcoholism, depression, and in some cases marital conflicts. On the other hand the positive impact can be that now the kid is finally gone from the home parents can rekindle that romance that may have dimmed quite a bit. Therefore the quality of the marriage would be improved and there is more time to now do activities of interest again.
Posted by Carl Adams on Nov 1, 2012 in Health & Well-Being, Other Health | Comments Off
How much water should someone actually drink on a daily basis?
Do you think that you are someone who can drink eight glasses of water on a daily basis? Staying hydrated on a daily basis is an important part of our daily lives. Not only is it an important part but its beneficial to our overall health. The questions that you most likely are curious about are if it is actually going to improve our health and assist us in losing weight.
Water will assist in helping to flush out the waste materials in your body to help you detoxify your system. It is most likely one of the most important functions of drinking water daily while also playing an important role in maintaining a good blood volume. In order for your body to adequately oxygenate your blood which helps to improve your physical performance, you must stay hydrated. The truth about drinking eight glasses of water on a daily basis to help control and lose weight, this myth has been found to be just that, a myth. You will need to eat far less and move a lot more in order to lose any kind of weight.
Posted by Carl Adams on Aug 11, 2012 in Health & Well-Being, Medicine, Other Health | Comments Off
Anxiety may be a completely normal human response to a stressful incident. At times, however, the worry significantly exceeds the severity of the situation or the person responds inappropriately even when there is nothing obvious to trigger anxiety. These abnormal reactions demand attention, because the person experiencing them may have problems at school or while doing their jobs.
An individual affected by anxious attacks suddenly starts to sweat excessively and deal with nausea, breathing problems, chest pain and even some heartbeat irregularities. Dizziness is also very common with the sensation that something bad is going to happen. With the combination of all these signs it is no wonder why many people think they are experiencing heart attack instead of anxiety. Nevertheless, the situation should be considered serious, even if it is not potentially lethal.