5 Important Factors To Consider When Choosing A Primary Care Provider As A Senior Citizen
1 August 2017
In general, the primary care center or primary care physician you choose will become the cornerstone of all of your health care needs. This is the person or place you will visit when you have an illness, need follow up treatment after an injury, or even if you need a referral to a more specialized care provider. Because this is such a huge part of your health care and health care is so important as a senior citizen, making the choice about who you choose is a really big decision.
3 Natural Remedies For Treating Your Gastric Reflux Flare-Ups At Home
12 July 2017
If you occasionally suffer from severe heartburn because of your gastric reflux disease, you may wonder if there is anything you can do at home to relieve the burning and pain. If so, try one or more of the following natural remedies for treating your gastric reflux flare-ups.
Drink Aloe Vera Juice
Drinking aloe vera juice could help ease the discomfort from your gastric reflux for a couple of reasons. Just as the herb cools burns on your skin, so can it soothe the burning in your stomach and esophagus caused by an increase in the hydrochloric acid in your stomach.
What Should You Do If You Want Marriage Counseling But Your Spouse Does Not?
16 June 2017
Making the decision to find a counselor and begin the process of marriage counseling is a difficult one, even though it is an excellent tool for repairing your marriage and strengthening the relationship between you and your spouse. Unfortunately, often one of the partners in a marriage will decline to participate in the process, which presents a definite challenge to you and your counselor. For the greatest chance of repairing your marriage, you should work with your counselor to develop strategies to bring your spouse into the process.
Four Ways To Make Your First Chemo Infusion Experience More Comfortable
29 May 2017
Chemo infusions are a necessary evil when it comes to treating many forms of cancer. Headed into your first chemo treatment, you're sure to feel a bit nervous and worried. The appointment is often several hours long, and although most patients don't feel too under the weather during the chemo (the nausea comes later), you're likely to feel bored, chilly, and nervous throughout. Thankfully, there are plenty of ways you can make your first chemo infusion experience more comfortable.