A support system is a group of people who provide you with mental, emotional, and practical support when you need it most. They also help keep you going strong when you're doing well. You've always got the UnifiedCare Team in your corner. But who in your daily life do you have that provides you with support? Who could you call on to help you when you need it most?
Dehydration will lead to elevated blood sugar, low blood pressure, dizziness, or cognitive and memory issues. Dehydration can also lead to digestion issues, feeling more hungry and eating more food, and also a drop in metabolism. Drink water to ensure your body is not stressed out. Drinking water is crucial for human survival, and helps your body processes work correctly. If you’re confused about how much water you need, read on for some direction.
Whether your diet is wonderful already or needs some help, there are a few quick guidelines to always follow for a diet that both boosts metabolism and also protects the body from health complications, stress and fatigue.
Are you trying every single approach to manage your weight, but not finding one that works to keep the weight off? Do you find that it’s tough to lose, or that after you lose, the weight just creeps back up? Well, you are definitely not alone. Here’s a list of 4 key issues that commonly undermine our efforts to control our weight, and what you can do about them.
Have you ever felt a moment where you were about to have an accident, or awoke from a nightmare? Your heart was racing, you were breathing heavily, muscles tensed, and you might have been sweating? Well, that is stress. This article will discuss the chemical effects of stress.
Every 37 seconds a person dies from complications of heart disease, usually related to high cholesterol and cardiovascular disease. It is the leading cause of death in the US, and because it is so common, many people think that it is unavoidable. But is it true?
If you are reading this, you likely have been told that you have elevated blood pressure at some point in the past. But if you ever have severe symptoms, it is sometimes difficult to know if your symptoms are a sign of something serious. Knowing your body is crucial in knowing how to handle scary situations. Here we will talk about how to recognize and respond to those situations.
If you are new to monitoring blood oxygen, or have a new diagnosis, it is important to monitor your oxygen levels regularly. Blood oxygen is typically quite stable, but may vary depending on many factors, and slightly from one meter to the next. If you’ve noticed a difference in your readings and want to learn more, take these pointers!