Up to 80 percent of second clot-related strokes may be preventable. But a lot depends on you. Get your pen out and create your prevention checklist.
Recognizing and treating TIAs can lower the risk of a major stroke. If you have a TIA, your health care team can find the cause and take steps to prevent a major stroke
Do you know the signs of a potential stroke? Maybe now is the time to learn them just in case one of your loved ones is acting strangely or not responding to you. Knowing, or at least having a passing knowledge of the common signs of a stroke may save a life. These signs are the same in both men and women.
A stroke, sometimes called a brain attack, occurs when something blocks blood supply to part of the brain or when a blood vessel in the brain bursts.
Brewing kombucha at home can be an affordable alternative to paying $4 to $6 for a bottle of it at the store
If you’re on a budget but hooked on kombucha, brewing it at home is an incredibly affordable alternative to paying $4 to $6 a bottle for it.
Changing our lives and behaviors feels like a monumental task. We’ve talked about those Small Goals Are Key To Long-Term Change you see after the holidays, and why we’re ditching New Year’s resolutions for good. The reasoning? Neither of those approaches are sustainable for creating healthier, better lives. They just don’t stick! (And they’re also built on fatphobia, toxic positivity, systems of inequality, etc., etc.)
Eating Disorders part 5 of 5 Source of information: https://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/topics/eating-disorders Treatments and Therapies It is important to seek treatment early for eating disorders. People with eating disorders are at higher risk for suicide and medical complications. People with eating disorders can often have other mental disorders (such as depression or anxiety) or problems with substance … Continue reading 031221 Do I look too skinny? Part 5 of 5
Some people, no matter their current weight, never seem to be satisfied especially with those trying to lose weight and become slimmer. Perhaps this may be body dysmorphia.
Beginning a new activity starts with learning how to do it correctly. In the case of Tai-Chi this will mean seeking out a competent instructor who will guide you in the technical aspects of posture and movement. Pay