One of the most miserable feelings in the world is the feeling of not being heard, especially by someone whom you are seeking help or just trying to understand you. That's how I felt a couple years ago when I visited my fourth OB/GYN in 1 1/2 years. Yep, that's right. I said FOURTH! I am happy to say that I am in love with this doctor's clinical ability and more importantly her ability to listen, hear, and get me!
The stress of fertility treatment can impact even the most stable marriage but what happens when the treatments don't work? Life coach Rhona Berens went through it and survived. In this post, she offers couples four tips on how to manage the fertility journey together with compassion, kindness and love.
The sad truth of the matter is this—human beings get sick from time to time. No great revelation here, but when your doctor or the doctor of your spouse or lover tells you that "surgery is required" it can be traumatic—to both of you! It can definitely ruin your day. When we get married we promise to love and cherish each other "until death do us part." Those are the traditional marriage vows most all of us recite when we get married.
There are times when your sweetheart is sick or gets injured. Depending upon the nature of the illness, it can become quite an emotional time. How you handle yourself during this time can foster peace and healing or arguments and stress for both of you. People respond to illness differently. Some withdraw into their shell, focusing all of their energy on what they are trying to resolve. Others become very demanding and want to be waited on constantly.
Since appearance plays a vital role in determining a person’s confidence, a number of people all over the globe are adopting different procedures to get rid of their skin problems. But, most of the cosmetic and medical procedures for skin replenishment such as laser therapy are considered as invasive procedures. This means they break through the skin and expose the tissues to the elements of the environment.
Today was the first day I actually am wondering if I can do this. Today the spirit was willing but the flesh was weak. I went to Zumba tonight. It's been a while since I've taken a class - maybe a month or so. I'd done Jillian Michael's Body Revolution last week, so I felt like I could handle it. I couldn't. It wasn't the pace or that the exercises were particularly difficult. In fact I felt like the instructor actually toned it down a bit tonight. And yet I have never felt more awkward and out of
I worked out this morning. I noticed how much harder it was doing it in the mornings than evenings. But I made it through! Today was my cheat day It's Friday so it's diner and a movie with my daughter. What I discovered is that fast food smells better than it taste. And when I eat it I feel disgusting. I had a horrible quick meal of bad food and I noticed I felt a coating of grease from my throat to my stomach. It was gross. So am off fast food. I just can't take it!
So the day started with some interesting news. I got back another set of test results. All normal except Thyroid readings which were low. Of course they couldn't tell me if that was the cause of any of the other symptoms I have, but they did offer me drugs. I think that a standard medical practice is to offer drugs to the patient before they ask so you can cut down on the amount of time you actually have to spend with them, especially since you don't actually know what's wrong.
Food: Make what’s in side Counts Food makes the body. Make it count by choosing and eating the right ones. Summer is here and a good time focusing on eating more fruits and vegetables. The focus in this article is vegetables with other components to balance your meals. Are you eating three vegetables every day? Nutrition researchers recommend eating 9-13 servings per day to stay healthy. To improve your number, try preparing them in different ways to add flavors and add a bunch of pizzazz. Variety is the spice of life
Did you know that erectile dysfunction occurs in men with diabetes nine times more than in men without the medical condition? If your man needs a reason to pay close attention to his diet and fitness, his sex life should be enough to motivate him.
How long you have been suffering these ailments? Has this happened overnight or chronically, over time? Can you recall an occasion you first encountered this problem? Does your erectile problem bother you all the time or you face a problem at times? Do you encounter this disorder with all your sex partners (in case there are more than one partner) or just a particular one? When you are able to have an erection, are you able to insert the penis into the vagina?
The Vital Roles of Saturated Fat [EXPERT] Brrr –fat is horrible & I won’t eat this. How often did you hear this? Even in the commercials & miss-informed health practitioners are singing this song. The Big Fat lie has been has infiltrated the “health community!!!”
So you've taken the leap and are making wedding plans. You're excited, exhilarated, but nagged by some uneasy feelings because of his eating habits. You're not perfect, but at least you know that what and how you eat is important, and you're consciously, consistently trying to improve your own eating habits. He, on the other hand, could care less, and routinely inhales junk food.
It can be very difficult to support someone with a terminal illness. Here are some tips to help you help someone you love through this difficult situation.