Recreational Therapy For PTSD
30 January 2015
Trauma can bring lasting and sometimes damaging changes to your life. Whether the trauma is physical, sexual or psychological, it can create long term anxiety, depression and trouble coping with everyday life. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is the long term symptoms experienced after a traumatic event, and PTSD is experienced by roughly 7.8% of America's population. PTSD behaviors can include intrusive thinking about the event, avoidance of anything in your life that reminds you of the event, and a very heightened startle or "
Get Help Clearing Up Acne
28 January 2015
Pimples can be painful for more reasons than one. For starters, there is the physical pain, but you also have to consider the pain of worrying about what people may say about the pimples on your face. Finally, you have to consider the scars that pimples can leave behind. There are things you can do on your own to free yourself from the pain of bad skin, but you might also need professional help.
Your Kids Won't Take Their Medicine--Now What?
25 January 2015
Virtually every parent experiences this problem at some point or another: your kids refuse to take their medication because they don't like the way it tastes. This can be a real problem if the medication is one they need for a chronic illness or infection. The next time you encounter this issue, try one of the tips below to get your children on board with their prescriptions.
Get Them Involved in the Process
Where To Go For Help With Athlete's Foot
22 January 2015
Athlete's foot is a common problem that occurs when there is moisture buildup in hidden spaces such as between your toes and on the soles of your feet. Some people treat the condition with an over-the-counter product. If the symptoms show no improvement after a short period of time, you should consult with a podiatrist for medical intervention. If you suffer from diabetes, however, you should not start treating the condition yourself with over-the-counter products.