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Month: July 2018

Numbness in Hands While Sleeping: Here's Why

Do you wake to fingers tingling? Numbness in hands while sleeping?  If so, that’s a scary feeling—on many levels. Could it be your computer’s fault? Let’s explore …   What’s Behind the Reaction? First of all, it’s frightening to wake up and find no feeling in your hands. Or, maybe there’s tingling, like pins and needles. Understandably, you want to know what’s going on. Generally, the numb feeling is caused by irritation to nerves. This can be one particular nerve. Or, it could be a branch of one of the nerves in your wrist, arm, or neck. In essence,...

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Home Remedies for Acid Reflux and Burning Belly

Are you tired of the discomfort, gas, and burning every time you eat? You may have acid reflux. Fortunately, there are many home remedies for acid reflux. We’re happy to share several ways to relieve your symptoms. What are the Symptoms of Acid Reflex? First off, having acid reflux is not uncommon today. According to the National Institutes of Health, up to 20% of Americans suffer from it. The most common symptom is heartburn. This includes: a burning sensation in the belly, chest, or throat. Why You Might Have Acid Reflux Basically, acid reflux is a condition where your...

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How to Keep Kids Safe in the Kitchen

Whether you’re teaching your kids how to cook or they’re just running around, there are ways to prevent accidents in the kitchen. Safety First Kitchen mishaps occur frequently and are actually quite common in U.S. households. Sometimes dangerous equipment is used by children who are unsupervised. Plugs, cords, and outlets can get in the way and cause an accident. Teapots, pans, and pots near the edge of the stove can be pulled down and create grave injury. Each year over 100,000 children in America are rushed to the hospital with burns. The majority of those injuries are from cooking...

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Pinched Nerve in Shoulder: What Will Help?

Feeling “electric” shocks, sharp pain, tingling in your upper back, neck, arm, or shoulder blade? It’s possible you’re suffering from a pinched nerve in shoulder. If so, there is relief ahead. Let’s take a look at some things that may help… What Exactly is a Pinched Nerve? The word “pinched” in this scenario means increased pressure. It’s as if other elements invade and squish the nerve’s space. So, imagine you’ve got this well-functioning nerve. Over time, pressure from bones, cartilage, peripheral nerves, and surrounding tissue can cause stress on that nerve. Inevitably, it’s going to hurt. It’s also not...

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Work is Good, Skipping Vacation is Not

Vacations don’t need to be lengthy or expensive, but time-off from long work hours is necessary. Studies are showing that “Millennials” aren’t taking their paid time off. This trend may cause health problems down the line. What’s with This Generation? First of all, it’s a bit vague when trying to pinpoint which groups are in which age categories. According to the US Census Bureau, “Baby Boomers” were born somewhere between 1946 and 1964. According to the census bureau, “Generation X” births began in 1965 but kept going even when the so-called “Gen Y” trend started around 1975. At the...

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