Did you know that 1 in 12 people in the United States has asthma? This makes asthma one of the major non-communicable diseases in the United States. Let's take a deeper look at what asthma is, what types of asthma there are, fact-check a few common asthma myths, and arm you with useful insight to combat asthma attacks or flare-ups.
IBS, also known as irritable bowel syndrome, is a disorder that causes your bowels to be overly sensitive to stimuli. As a result, various symptoms within the intestinal tract can occur, significantly disrupting your daily life.
We're discussing an illness that impacts millions in the US: type 2 diabetes. We'll go over some commonly asked questions, and more importantly, help you get your health back on track if you've been diagnosed with diabetes.
The heart never rests, helping with oxygen, energy, and more even when you sleep. We can take advantage of this powerhouse, running it down with poor eating habits, lack of exercising, smoking, or other lifestyle habits. On top of that, genetics or infections can also cause a strain on your heart.
Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder that causes abnormal or inadequate breathing while sleeping. This condition affects more than 20 million Americans, stopping them from getting a good, restorative night's sleep. Not only that, it puts your health at risk and lowers your overall quality of life.
Due to mounting stressors, more and more are suffering from anxiety than ever before. For some, the feelings of anxiety are mild and can be managed until they pass. But for others, anxiety can be debilitating. If you have feelings of anxiety that last more than 6 months and impact your daily life, you could have an anxiety disorder.