Posted on : 16-04-2012 | By : admin | In : Sexual Health
A U.S. study has shown that smokers—whether male or female—do not make better lovers. In fact, smokers are more likely to be less amorous in bed than their non-smoking counterparts. In the study, men who had successfully stopped smoking improved their sexual healthy more than males who relapsed and began smoking again. Many healthcare professionals say that relapse is common, however, among smokers, and should keep trying to stop smoking for health benefits.
Even younger men who smoke can have negative sexual effects, such as trouble performing and/or maintaining an erection, than men (even older men who have never smoked) who do not light up a cigarette. According to the study, the 20 men who quit smoking during the 8-week long trial saw a greater increase in penis growth compared to those who did not quit smoking. Healthcare professionals have agreed that because of vein and artery restriction that smoking cause, sexual dysfunction is common with smokers.
Posted on : 12-04-2012 | By : admin | In : Eye / Vision
They say your eyes are the windows to your soul… but did you also know that your eyes can also be a very accurate window to your health? For example, healthcare providers can use the eyes to diagnose cardiovascular diseases, hypertension disease, glaucoma, diabetes, and can even indicate cholesterol problems.
Hypertension disease is a major problem for many Americans, and is just another name for high blood pressure. Your eye doctor can sometimes diagnose this dangerous condition when doing a routine eye exam, which is why it’s so important to avoid missing regular check-ups—not just with your eye doctor but with primary healthcare providers, as well.
Posted on : 04-04-2012 | By : admin | In : Sleep Disorders
If you are having sleeping problems, do not fret, you are not the only one. There are many, many various types of sleep disorders that plague people all over the world. These disorders include sleep apnea, narcolepsy, and insomnia. Insomnia is most often defined by an individual’s report of sleeping difficulties. Though these disorders can be quite common in people,
untreated sleep disorders can lead to a lot more complications that you do not want to deal with. Living healthy is essential, so you must become familiar with the consequences of leaving these disorders untreated. Sleep apnea is characterized by abnormal pauses in breathing, or instances of abnormally low breathing, during sleep.
Posted on : 03-04-2012 | By : admin | In : Allergy
I have some great news! That news is that the spring season is finally upon us. That is the good news, but the bad news is that with spring season comes those annoying and frustrating spring allergies. Though we are happy that we can finally be done with those heavy winter jackets and gloves, we must now make sure that we head to our local pharmacy and pile up on those allergy meds we so desperately need. Here is some health advice that you can use to manage those seasonal allergies.
The best way to avoid spring allergies is to prepare for them in advanced. with spring season comes those annoying and frustrating spring allergies. If you live on the east coast of the United States, the spring pollen season will start much earlier than you may realize. With that said, if you know that you suffer through terrible spring allergies, begin taking your allergy medications in mid to late February to prepare. If you do this, you will fair a lot better in the long run.