Are You Ready For National Caregiver Month?

With fall just around the corner, you may have begun preparing for National Caregiver Month. This November, you can be prepared to celebrate all the individuals in your life who provide in home care for their loved ones. Or, maybe you are providing care for somebody in your family. This guide will give you some tips for celebrating the occasion. Offer Support Many caregivers lack social and physical support. Many caregivers are unable to accept an invitation to go out to dinner or to see a movie because they need to be at home to take care of somebody else. [Read More]

Planning A Water Birth? 3 Things To Do To Prepare For The Delivery

If you've been planning a water birth, and you're birthing at home, you'll need to take some extra steps to avoid complications. This is particularly true if you've decided to use a birthing pool instead of your home bathtub. While bathtubs are fine, they don't provide you with the space you need for a truly comfortable water birth experience. Here are three things to consider when planning for your water birth. [Read More]

Sleep Apnea Info

So many people snore at night that it has become easy for people to disregard the fact that snoring is a sign of an underlying condition that can be quite serious. In fact, so many people snore that the chances are very good that you find the majority of people in your life actually do snore. Still, this does not mean snoring is something that you should brush off as a minor issue if you find out that you also snore in your sleep. [Read More]

Relief From a Herniated Disc Without Surgery

A herniated disc can cause enough pain to keep you from enjoying your normal activities. You may experience extreme pain in your back or running down your legs or arms depending on which disc is ruptured. The diagnosis of a herniated disc is made when one of the discs between the vertebrae in your spine has ruptured or split so that gel inside is leaking out of it. If you have been told you will need surgery to correct the problem and relieve the pain, you should first make an appointment with a neurologist to find out if there is a non-surgical treatment that can help. [Read More]