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Finding the right assisted living home can make the transition from independent living to assisted living care easier for seniors and their families. One of the easiest ways to decide which assisted living facility is right for you is to find out the benefits of each one. Of course, you should always research a facility’s reputation and safety rating, as well as visit in person to inspect the building and staff before you make a decision. With that in mind, here are some of the most common benefits to moving into an assisted living home.
One of the biggest reasons seniors move to assisted living facilities is to increase quality of life. This usually involves more nutritious food, opportunities for exerc
Did you know that one of the best ways to improve your overall health is to simply get more active? It seems crazy but honestly one of the best things that you can do to get your heart in shape and your muscles stronger is developing a workout plan that you stick to on every single day of the week. This sounds simple, but anyone who has tried it knows that it can be super hard and stressful to actually incorporate fitness goals into your daily routine. If you are stressed and fed up with not having the body that you want, then perhaps it is time for you to find a beachbody coach
Uterine fibroids are tumors that grown on the wall of women’s wombs — a medical malady that may sound harrowing, but is in all actuality not so bad. Here’s why.
They’re Not Cancerous.
Fibroids are virtually always benign. There’s a less than one in 1,000 chance that a cancerous fibroid, called a leiomyosarcoma, can occur, and many doctors believe that these do not arise from already-existing fibroids. This means that if you have fibroids already, you’re not a a higher risk for developing these already rare growths.
There Aren’t Usually Any Symptoms of Fibroid Cysts.
Not only are they benign, but they’re typically asymptomatic. This means that you can have them, and never even experience any of the Continue Reading No Comments
Obesity in the United States is controversial as it is critical to the well-being of the country. Nearly two-thirds of the American population is either obese or overweight, and nearly one-third of all American adults are considered obese. For a variety of reasons, Americans tend to have difficulty maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
Those who are interested in losing weight must know that no matter what weight loss program is chosen, they all share one thing in common: there is absolutely no way to healthily lose weight without proper exercise and diet. Without consistent exercise and healthy eating, weight loss “strategies” will be in vain. However, even those who do exercise and diet like they should sometimes have trouble getting rid of fat cell deposits in the body. For people who struggle w
For 13 million men in this country and millions more abroad, testosterone deficiency is a serious medical issue. If left untreated, low testosterone (“low T”) can lead to increased body fat, chronic fatigue, decreased muscle mass, lowered libido, anxiety, and depression. It has even been shown that low T can decrease one’s life expectancy. Although a man’s testosterone levels naturally declines around the age of 30, unusually low testosterone levels should be a major warning sign for adult men.
Fortunately, there are a number of treatments available for men with this condition. Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) is a popular and effective way of treating low T. With TRT, low T patients can s