Who would have thought that something as ordinary as sleeping would hold so many unfamiliar things? From how many hours we should sleep at night and which positions are the best to what should we avoid if we want to sleep better. All of these things and more are carefully collected and detailed in an infographic created by DisturbMeNot’s team, which helps us understand why sleep is so important and what we can do to increase its quality. How long you should sleep depends on several factors Saying
Marijuana use among adults has become mainstream as more states have legalized it. In 2017, 52 percent of Americans over 18 said they'd tried it. Another 44 percent who tried it once said they still consume it. But smoking marijuana isn't for everyone. If you like how cannabis makes you feel but don't love the experience of smoking, that's OK. Plenty of people prefer eating edibles to lighting up. But eating edibles for the first time can come with its own set of questions. You probably
Sometimes, individuals, have too many different prescriptions to take based on their various medical ailments. This can be problematic because it can become quite difficult to remember how many pills to take in one day or how often pills should be taken. In addition, it can be hard to figure out which medications should not have water beforehand or be taken on an empty stomach. If you are starting to have issues with remembering when to take your medications, it could be a danger to your health.
As women, we tend to be very proactive about our health - that’s actually been proven! Seeing a doctor for an annual appointment once a year, receiving regular mammograms after the age of 40, and being aware of our genetic health history. However, how often do we pay attention to eye health? Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month is observed every April by the Prevent Blindness organization. This is an important observation because women make up the majority of the 4.4 million Americans age
When you think of signs of aging like fine lines, wrinkles, dark spots, and saggy skin, you often imagine these things happening when you’re in your 50s, 60s, and beyond. Yet, the reality is that from the very moment you’re born, the aging process begins. Essentially, how fast those signs show up on your skin depends on a number of factors from your genes to your lifestyle. If you want to defy the signs of aging, there are several resources and lifestyle changes that you could utilize