I know, I know. You're too busy to deal with an old injury. It doesn't bother you that often nor does it impede your ability to do what you want that much. You may have even visited a surgeon who recommended physical therapy or surgery or another
"But" is one of the most commonly used words when it comes to physical fitness.
The brain is one of the most complex and vital organs in the human body. Preserving the brain over the course of a lifetime is not only the life's work of many medical professionals, it is the goal of every human on the planet. Yet few of us truly
Traditionally, those who have problems falling asleep or staying asleep will visit their doctor and receive a prescription for a sleep aid. In the short term, many people find relief by taking a sedative-hypnotic. However, these medications can
Every night, millions of Americans reach for prescription and over-the-counter sleep medication to help them rest. For some, these medications provide relief after years of insomnia while others rely on it to simply maximize their time in the sack.
When a person embarks on the life-changing journey of improving their diet and becoming more physically active, they often make a list of things they need. Supportive Shoes? Done. Water Bottle? Check. Visit the chiropractor? (Silence.) The truth is,
Sleep is always necessary but sometimes elusive. Millions of Americans each year spend their days and nights burning the candle at both ends while others lay awake for hours on end, incapable of shutting off their brains. As tempting as it is to
There it is. The number on the bathroom scale that has been so steady for so long has begun to move... in the wrong direction. As if hot flashes and mood swings weren't enough, weight gain in spite of a healthy diet and moderate exercise is one of
One of the most common complications in people with Type I and Type II diabetes is diabetic peripheral neuropathy. Characterized by numbness or pain in the fingers, hands, feet, and toes, what causes this condition and how it is treated is often
You’re still the athlete you always were, although your body may be telling you otherwise. The human body is extremely resilient but as we age, our range of motion decreases, muscle mass diminishes and metabolism slows. Father Time, unfortunately,