Choosing To Live A Healthier Life

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Choosing To Live A Healthier Life

A few years ago, I realized that I needed to get healthy for my kids. I weighed around three hundred pounds, and it was really difficult for me to get around comfortably. I was even having problems with things like sleeping and driving, which is why I shifted my focus to a healthier lifestyle. I started eating right and exercising daily, and I quickly realized that my life was improving day after day. One day, after losing about a hundred pounds, I realized that I could run faster than I had ever been able to before. This blog is all about choosing to live a healthier life and doing it with style.

Treating Your Rotator Cuff Injury

Your shoulder is one of the most used and important joints in your body. When there are problems with this joint, you can find yourself unable to do many of the activities that you enjoy, and you may also find that you experience intense pain. Unfortunately, rotator cuff injuries can be especially common shoulder problems, and this is an injury that will often require surgery to correct.  Do Only Athletes Require Rotator Cuff Surgery? Read More 

The Marathoner’s Life Hacks

A marathon is synonymous with the ultimate test of endurance. The race itself, however, isn't the most grueling part of the marathon. The training and lifestyle adjustments required just to get to the starting line is the far great test of will. Even if you don't want to run a marathon, you might be able to live a healthier and more productive life by adopting these healthy lifestyle hacks. Make a Plan Read More 

Understanding Graves’ Disease

If you have never heard of Graves' Disease, you are not alone. While the condition has affected many influential people around the world, many people are still unaware of exactly what the condition entails. Whether you have received a recent diagnosis of Graves' disease from a physician practice, or you want to learn more about a loved one's illness, this guide will help you build some understanding. What Is Graves' Disease? Read More 

See Your OBGYN If You’re Dealing With Urinary Incontinence

A lot of people view urinary incontinence as something that only older people face, but the reality is that many women who are pregnant also contend with this issue. It can be difficult to admit that you have this problem, but this is definitely something that requires the attention of your OBGYN. Plan to make an appointment to discuss your symptoms and how they're affecting your life. Urinary incontinence might seem embarrassing to you, but your OBGYN has ample experience helping women with this issue, and they will be able to help you, too. Read More 

2 Tips For Preparing For Your First Nutrition Counseling Session For Your Diabetes

If have just been diagnosed with diabetes or have lived with the condition for a few years, your doctor most likely has concerns about your blood sugar levels. They may refer you to a nutritionist to receive counseling if they suspect that your diet is causing too many insulin spikes. The following tips can help you prepare for your first session. 1.  Keep a Record of Everything You Eat for a Week Read More