Tina C. Loren is an author with many years of experience writing on a wide range of subjects, including health and wellness.
Get a Bikini Worthy Body With a Brazillian Buttocks Augmentation
Health and Fitness • Published: October 24, 2013
You can get a bikini worthy body with a brazillian buttocks lift procedure. The brazillian butt lift is one of the newest methods utilized today to have a beautiful body shape. This surgery can help people’s bodies to look their best.
Excercise for Anti-Aging
Health and Fitness: Exercise • Published: June 28, 2012
The anti-aging industry is booming as people are becoming more aware of the need to take care of their physical health and well being. Although turning back the clock is still unattainable you can definitely rejuvenate your body and mind through simple and effective techniques such as exercise. Incorporating an exercise program into your day can strengthen your body as well as your immune system.
The Condition of Jet Lag and Helpful Remedies
Health and Fitness: Sleep Snoring • Published: June 18, 2012
We live in a world of frequent travel. Jet lag is a condition that can occur when you travel by airplane across time zones. The medical term for jet lag is known as “desynchronosis”. Simply put, jet lag affects the internal body clock. Many people are affected by jet lag when they travel. It can put a damper on their travel plans and even affect their physical health. There are several things you can do to help lessen the symptoms of jet lag.
Understanding Heart Disease
Health and Fitness: Heart Disease • Published: June 15, 2012
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States. Recent statistics show approximately 650,000 people die annually from heart disease. Every year approximately 800,000 people also experience their first heart attack often leading down the road to more serious heart disease. The cost of care for heart disease runs well over 10 billion annually. This disease takes a great toll of many people’s lives. There are numerous things you can do to help lessen your risk of developing heart disease.
Effective Ways to Increase Your Energy
Health and Fitness: Diseases • Published: June 15, 2012
We all feel fatigued from time to time. It is very common to feel low energy at different times of the day. Many people experience what is referred to as the “afternoon slump.” It is a feeling of low energy and sleepiness. It can definitely take away from the quality of your day. The typical reaction is to reach for some sugar products and caffeine. Although this is temporarily effective it will lead to an even more fatigued feeling once your blood sugar levels begin to lower from the quick rise created from these foods. There are some medical conditions that can cause fatigue. It is important to see your medical provider and rule out any possible underlying medical issues for your low energy levels. There are various simple and effective ways to boost your energy levels.
Effective Weight Loss Strategies
Health and Fitness: Weight Loss • Published: June 14, 2012
We are a nation that is obsessed with dieting. Statistics indicate that 50% of all American women are on a diet at any given time. The percentage of men dieting is 25%. Americans spent over 70 billion dollars in 2011 on weight loss related services and products. Approximately 95% of all dieters regain all the weight they lost within five years. Diets don’t work. It is lifestyle changes that will help you to lose the weight in a healthy and permanent way. Chronic dieting in fact, can lead to serious health complications and even slow down your metabolism.
Health and Fitness: Arthritis • Published: May 22, 2012
Arthritis is a condition that affects approximately 46 million Americans. It is a growing disease and affects more and more people each year. It is a little known fact that there are over 100 different types of arthritis. Because most people assume that arthritis is one particular condition the treatments that they seek are often ineffective. Every arthritic type has a particular treatment protocol. Therefore it is very important to receive an accurate diagnosis of exactly what you have.
Health and Fitness: Diabetes • Published: May 15, 2012
Diabetes affects more than 25 million Americans. Diabetes is a disease that affects blood sugar levels. There are both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.
Adult ADHD Treatment and Lifestyle Tips
Health and Fitness: Diseases • Published: May 11, 2012
ADHD is also known as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. This condition is widely known for affecting children. However there are many adults who are afflicted with it as well. Statistics indicate that approximately 70% of children who were diagnosed with ADHD will have continued symptoms when they reach adulthood. Adult ADHD can be very debilitating. It can affect a person’s ability to function well in society and maintain good relationships.
Anemia Causes and Treatment
Health and Fitness: Diseases • Published: May 8, 2012
Anemia is a blood condition that affects approximately 3.5 million Americans. Women are at higher risk of developing anemia than men. People who have other diseases such as cancer have a higher tendency to develop anemia. Anemia can become a very serious condition which can be dangerous. Anemia can also be acute or chronic in nature.
Men and Abdominal Fat
Health and Fitness: Weight Loss • Published: May 8, 2012
Millions of men have excess abdominal fat. Although women gain weight in this area too, this is predominantly more of a male problem area. Abdominal fat is of course not attractive. However the health implications of having excess weight in the abdomen are also very dangerous. Having this excess fat can put you at higher risk for various diseases. These include cancer, diabetes, kidney and heart disease. There are numerous lifestyle and dietary changes that can help you to lose this weight and live a healthier life.
How to Speed Up Your Metabolism
Health and Fitness: Weight Loss • Published: May 2, 2012
The metabolism of the human body is a complex system. Many people are overweight and struggle with endless dieting without success. Part of the problem may lie in a slow metabolism. If your metabolism is very slow there are ways that you can make it become more efficient. If it becomes more efficient you will be able to burn more calories to use as energy. This is a key to successful weight loss. First we should examine what are the factors that slow down your metabolism.
Health and Fitness: Diseases • Published: May 1, 2012
Parkinson’s disease affects over one million Americans and ten million people worldwide. Every year, approximately 60,000 people are diagnosed with this condition. Men are 1.5 times more likely to develop Parkinson’s than women. This can be a very debilitating disease. The cause of Parkinson’s is still not known.
Strategies for Healthy Weight Gain
Health and Fitness: Nutrition • Published: April 26, 2012
It seems unbelievable to many but there are some people that do need to actually gain weight rather than lose it. I know our instincts are to wish that we had such a “problem”. Statistically only 2% of Americans are underweight. However there are circumstances where it is unhealthy to be underweight and can pose health problems.
Healthy Skin Is Within Your Reach
Health and Fitness: Skin Care • Published: April 23, 2012
Good Skin Care is important if you want to keep your skin healthy and youthful looking. We are bombarded daily with the latest skin care creams and treatments. All of this information can be confusing and overwhelming for most. It’s hard to know which products to buy and what the right things to do are to protect your skin. In this article we will focus on dietary and lifestyle issues that can affect the health and quality of your skin. This approach addresses healing the skin from the inside out. Additionally there are various simple techniques you can incorporate to care for your skin externally as well.
Common Sleep Problems and Remedies
Health and Fitness: Sleep Snoring • Published: April 19, 2012
Over 70 million Americans people suffer from a variety of sleep disorders. The condition of sleep disorders is very complex and ranges from mild to extremely severe forms. There are many underlying causes for insomnia. There are also many ways to get help for your insomnia condition.
Helpful Tips for Urinary Incontinence in Women
Health and Fitness: Womens Issues • Published: April 18, 2012
Urinary incontinence is a problem that many women suffer with. Although there are men who experience this condition as well, it is much more prevalent in women. According to statistics there are approximately 25 million Americans who have some form of urinary incontinence and over 200 million people worldwide. 80% of these people are women. Only one in 8 people who have urinary incontinence are actually diagnosed while the remaining continue to suffer the often unpleasant and embarrassing symptoms. There are various lifestyle and dietary changes one can undertake that can help alleviate some of the symptoms associated with urinary incontinence.
Ways to Regulate Your Blood Sugar
Health and Fitness: Diseases • Published: April 16, 2012
Many people struggle with diabetes which is a serious and dangerous disease. Diabetes affects blood sugar levels of people who have the condition. Blood sugar levels that fluctuate too much can cause many more complications. There are lifestyle and dietary changes that may help stabilize blood sugar levels for people who need help in this area.
Symptoms of Menopause
Womens Interests: Menopause HRT • Published: April 9, 2012
Menopause is a natural part of the aging process for women. The medical definition of menopause refers to no longer having the inability to reproduce and have children. A woman is no longer fertile. Menopause also involves hormonal changes and a drop in estrogen levels. There are many symptoms associated with menopause which can be uncomfortable or unpleasant for women. There are numerous things that you can do to feel better during this natural life cycle change.
Simple Ways to Increase Your Energy
Health and Fitness: Alternative • Published: March 30, 2012
Feeling exhausted is something we all experience from time to time. When this exhaustion becomes chronic and occurs on a daily basis it can have very negative impacts on your health and wellbeing. Feeling achy and tired is very unpleasant. There are numerous things that you can do to increase your energy levels.
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