Waking up with a sore throat can really throw a wrench into your plans for the day. Sore throats are painful, distracting, and may be the first sign of an impending cold. As it goes with all medical maladies, there’s a ton of misinformation on the subject. So, today on Healthversed, we cut through the clutter and bring you the facts!
If you’ve got it, it’s hard to focus on anything else. Back pain is pervasive and, if left unchecked, can dramatically impact your quality of life. If you suffer from back pain and you haven’t purchased a new mattress in this decade, I can’t recommend upgrading enough. It will make a difference. So let’s explore some of the latest and greatest mattresses designed with your back in mind.
Living without the stress of the daily commute, a challenging career, and growing children gives you a chance to put some effort into your romantic relationship. Even if your romance is still strong, trying some new experiences can fill your romance with fresh passion and keep your relationship strong for many years to come.
Retirement is a time many people dream of in much the same way as graduation. It’s the hope of new adventures that tantalizes in both events. Equally enticing in retirement is the freedom to spend your time as you choose, to do precisely what you want as you want it. You even have the option to reinvent yourself. It’s a great time! The only question is where to begin.
COPD, also known as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, is a condition in which the lungs become clogged. This can lead to symptoms such as inflammation, difficulty breathing and more. One’s diet significantly impacts this condition, whether it be negative or positive. There are, however, foods that should definitely be avoided.
As we live longer, becoming financially stable for retirement has become even more of a priority. Feeling financially stable in retirement means evaluating your priorities with your family members and making a plan for how to achieve your goals.
Parkinson’s disease can change a lot of things in a person’s life in a very short amount of time. The more you know about the symptoms of the disease, and the different stages in which they usual present themselves, the more prepared you’ll be to proactively assist your loved one and ensure that they’re able to maintain their independence as long as possible.