Living With Anxiety: Coping Mechanisms That Can Help

Are you suffering from anxiety? Is it something that seems to be controlling the way you live your life? If you're constantly feeling anxious, stressed, and restless, you may have trouble falling asleep at night and you may feel quite irritable throughout the day. Living with anxiety is tough, but there are different coping mechanisms that could make you feel a lot better while helping to reduce some of those common and frustrating symptoms of anxiety. [Read More]

Two Signs That You Might Be Dealing With Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is one of those medical conditions that can be very hard to detect. Because most of the symptoms occur while you're asleep, you may be completely unaware of them and think that nothing is wrong. However, if you're perceptive and pay attention you just might able to catch a glimpse of the signals which are pointing to sleep apnea. If you find that you're dealing with any of the following symptoms, it's time to get to the doctor and ask to be tested for sleep apnea. [Read More]

Is Scoliosis Disrupting Your Sleep? 3 Tips For Easing Bedtime Back Pain

For many people with back pain, the nighttime hours can be the worst since certain sleep positions put more pressure on the spine. While sleeping the wrong way won't necessarily make your scoliosis worse, it can strain the muscles and ligaments that connect to your spine and lead to pain that keeps you up at night. Alternatively, you may find that sleeping the wrong way causes you to wake up with stiffness that bothers you during the day. [Read More]

The C-Section: Debunking Common Myths

Bringing a child into the world is a wonderful experience. Unfortunately, a great deal of questions and concerns will usually accompany childbirth. If you are part of the 1 in 3 women in the United States who will give birth via C-section, the number of questions and concerns you may have will be even greater. Whether planned or via an emergency, C-sections will be necessary at times, so it is important to understand this procedure. [Read More]