More than 126 million U.S. adults reported experiencing chronic pain in the previous three months, according to a 2015 study in the Journal of Pain — 25.3 million contend with it every day, and 23.4 million say that it’s severe. If you’re one of those folks, you know that takes
The You Docs’ expert advice about the link between stress, insomnia and pain More than 126 million US adults reported experiencing pain in the previous three months, according to a 2015 study in the Journal of Pain – 25.3 million contend with it every day, and 23.4 million say it’s
Do you sleep enough. Our sleeping patterns are heavily influenced by our hectic and stressful lives. Sleep is the golden chain that ties our health and bodies together, it therefore becomes a massive concern when poor quality sleep becomes a modern trend. Studies show that one of the keys to
Suffering from exhaustion, sleep disorders and weight problems is no way to live. Today many people are walking around with undiagnosed thyroid conditions. You may have had your thyroid checked and the results were ‘normal’, or you may be on thyroid medication and still be suffering from the same symptoms.
As we age, it may become more difficult to rest at night and enter the deep sleep. Studies have shown that although we still need the same amount of sleep, aging is linked to shorter time spans of sleep. Understanding sleep patterns and factors that may affect them may lead
It’s long term theory that the older you get, the less sleep you get. There are a number of proposed reasons for this, including new medication, psychological distress, retirement or the theory that says the elderly need sleep less. However, anew study now offers a neurological reason. Researchers at the Beth Israel Deaconess
As we go about our fast-paced, hectic lifestyles, we take in air in much the same way as we do everything else on the run, with no regard whatsoever to what we’re doing or how we’re doing it. Oxygen feeds every part of the body; and believe it or not
After a long day you finally collapse into bed, hoping to get a good night’s sleep, but you have a presentation tomorrow and you run through it in your head. Three times. You worry about your son’s maths exam he will be writing in a week. You have lunch with