Learning to Overcome Your Hidden Health Problems

As a young adult, I took sleep for granted. But as I enter middle age, I find that I need sleep more than anything else. Unfortunately, the sleep I get isn't enough to keep me going during the day. I generally spend my waking days exhausted and fatigued. I decided to see a doctor about my baffling problem. After asking me numerous questions about my life, the doctor diagnosed me with chronic fatigue syndrome. The condition wreaks havoc on your life, even if you sleep throughout the night. Although I require ongoing treatment to manage my condition, I'm on my way to feeling like me again. I started this blog in hopes of reaching out to other people who suffer from unexplained health problems. I really hope you find the guidance you need to overcome your hidden health problem. Thanks for reading.

Learning to Overcome Your Hidden Health Problems

Depressed? There Are Natural Remedies You Can Try

22 December 2020
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Health & Medical , Blog

Many people—maybe even most people—suffer from depression at some point in their life. Sadly, many people never seek care for their depression because they assume that seeking care will mean taking prescription medications. Now, prescription medications do work well for a lot of patients, but they can cause side effects, and if you would rather not take them, that's your prerogative. Don't let that keep you from seeking treatment for depression, though.
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What You Need To Know About Minimally-Invasive Spine Surgery

19 November 2020
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

With advancements in technology, minimally-invasive spine surgery, also called MISS, is now a  great alternative to traditional open spine surgery. It has numerous benefits, can be used to solve several back problems, and is safer than open surgery. This article will take a more in-depth look at the topics mentioned above as well as describe how MISS procedures are performed.  Technique Instruments will be inserted into the back through a small incision, sometimes as small as one inch long.
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Signs You May Want to Consider Hormone Replacement as an Aging Male

22 October 2020
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

If you are a male who has just had hormone replacement suggested to you for the first time, you might've wondered if this procedure is more for women. And that's understandable. Women have been using hormone replacement for many years, but the idea of men using hormone replacement is newer and less understood. It is different from female hormone replacement, of course. You would be taking testosterone, not estrogen and progesterone.
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Why Your Hospital Staff Members Should Learn More About Strangulation Cases

21 September 2020
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

In a hospital, you and all of your staff members probably see victims of crimes and individuals who have suffered from all sorts of injuries. It is important to receive proper training about as many of the different types of injuries that patients might be suffering from as possible. Although you and the others who work in your hospital might have already undergone a lot of training, one thing that you might not have received much training about is strangulation.
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3 Types Of Surgeries A Neurosurgeon Performs

30 July 2020
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

Neurosurgeons diagnose and treat conditions of the nervous system. The treatment for some of these conditions often involves surgery. These surgeries range from same-day outpatient procedures to brain surgeries that are very complex. Here are three types of surgeries that a neurosurgeon performs. 1. Brain Tumor Removal Brain tumors are either cancerous (benign) or noncancerous (malignant). If a benign brain tumor is not growing or is not causing any symptoms, the tumor may not have to be removed.
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Learning to Overcome Your Hidden Health Problems

As a young adult, I took sleep for granted. But as I enter middle age, I find that I need sleep more than anything else. Unfortunately, the sleep I get isn't enough to keep me going during the day. I generally spend my waking days exhausted and fatigued. I decided to see a doctor about my baffling problem. After asking me numerous questions about my life, the doctor diagnosed me with chronic fatigue syndrome. The condition wreaks havoc on your life, even if you sleep throughout the night. Although I require ongoing treatment to manage my condition, I'm on my way to feeling like me again. I started this blog in hopes of reaching out to other people who suffer from unexplained health problems. I really hope you find the guidance you need to overcome your hidden health problem. Thanks for reading.

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