What Can Happen If You Don't Deadlift Properly

The deadlift is one of the most popular exercises you will encounter in the gym. And there are plenty of reasons that it has become such a popular exercise. There are few lifts that build as much muscle mass as the correctly performed deadlift. However, notice that we are speaking about the correctly performed version, not an incorrectly performed version. Because, just like there are few lifts that do as much, there are also few lifts where there is such potential for it to go wrong.   Read More...

Candidiasis: What You Need To Know

Fungi exist in every human body, but sometimes, they become out of balance and their presence increases more than it should. One of those fungi is called candida, and it normally inhabits the skin, mouth, and digestive tract. When there is an overgrowth abundance, the infectious condition it causes is called candidiasis, of which there are different types depending on the location in the body. Here is a look at the typical varieties and what can be done to treat it.   Read More...

3 Reasons You May Need Therapy on Your Weight Loss Journey

No matter which tools you use to achieve your weight loss goals, it is important to address the varying emotional aspects that may come along with your weight. Speaking with a therapist from the beginning can be an invaluable source of support for sustained weight loss. Dealing With Emotional Eating Many people with weight problems have emotional trauma or use food as a coping mechanism to deal with their mood or day-to-day stress.   Read More...

3 Reasons To See A Gynecologist

Going to the OBGYN is very important. There are many women who put off seeing a doctor because they feel it is an inconvenience, but when you understand how important it is and how it can prevent serious problems, you will see that you must go. Here are some circumstances where you should see a gynecologist. 1. You Suspect You Might Be Pregnant Anytime that you suspect you might be pregnant, you need to make sure that you see a qualified doctor for an exam.   Read More...

Three Eye Diseases Caused By Diabetes

Although glaucoma is probably the most commonly known eye disease related to diabetes, there are actually several serious eye problems that can result from uncontrolled blood sugar levels. Here are three that you may develop if you suffer from diabetes and what you can do to avoid these eye issues. Diabetic Retinopathy Excess sugar in the blood damages blood vessels and weakens them over time if blood sugar levels are not tightly controlled.   Read More...