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6 Reasons to See a Physical Therapist

Physiotherapy helps people who have medical conditions, illnesses or injuries that limit their ability to move and function normally. A personalized physical therapy program can help individuals return to their previous level of activity and improve activities and lifestyle changes that can help prevent and improve health and well-being. Moreover, in most cases, physiotherapy is a necessary requirement for recovery to be complete,... ❯❯❯

Knee Joint Care: Orthopedic Experts Teach You How to Exercise

If you are suffering from knee joint disease, you may be concerned that exercise can lead to knee joint injuries and pain. However, the actual situation is that you can exercise to strengthen the muscles and soft tissues around the knee joint. Increasing knee joint strength and maintaining knee joint flexibility is the best way to prevent knee joint injuries. As long as the method is appropriately followed, you will increase the... ❯❯❯

Where Can You Expect the Best Physiotherapy Treatment?

With the altering lifestyle, complains about joint pain, muscle cramps and other physical dysfunctions are increasing. If you are experiencing such pain, it is essential to consult a professional therapist. You must make a good choice to ensure the guaranteed results. For the increasing demands of physiotherapy treatment, the numbers of clinics are increasing. It can be overwhelming to find the Best Physiotherapy near you, for the... ❯❯❯

Reality Isn't What You Think! How Cognitive Distortions Harm Us

We all see reality through a personal lens shaped by our beliefs, culture, religion, and experiences. The movie "Roshomon" was a brilliant example of this, where three witnesses to a crime recount different versions of what happened. When couples argue, they usually can't agree on the facts of what happened. Additionally, our mind tricks us according to what we think, believe, and feel. These are cognitive distortions that cause us... ❯❯❯

How to Prevent Mental Illness Among Adults by Racial and Support Awareness

Racism and its Effects on Young Adults: When people, especially young adults, received unequal treatment because of their race, color, national or ethnic origin or immigrant status, it affects them physically and mentally and creates a sort of feelings of worry, anxiety or fear and loss of interest in their daily activities. It is because our brain is wired to make us feel worried or dreadful toward anything in the environment... ❯❯❯

Understanding Depression and the Subconscious Mind

On 15 May 2018, "6 Minutes Medicine" a medical forum publication on the Internet published an article titled "8 Facts on the dark side of doctoring- Dealing with the elephant in the room" It was a plea by a specialist Head and Neck Surgeon at the Combined Annual Scientific Congress of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and the New Zealand College of Anesthetists stating that "We know that there is an elephant in the room, but... ❯❯❯

What Are the Common Therapy Options?

Therapy has the potential to help people in many ways. It can useful for those suffering with emotional problems or simply having a bad time, but unable to personally sort out the issues. For many, a therapy session can be more productive than relying on medication. The main purpose of therapy is simply to make someone feel better. There is no guarantee it will completely fix the problems. But it can make a person feel happier and... ❯❯❯

5 Simple Ways to Keep Our Mind Sharp

Having a sharp mind has a lot to do with having a sharp memory. Sharp memory means the ability to remember a lot of things together when it comes to learning. Having a good memory help us to recollect things easily and makes our life much easier. Those who have poor memory find it difficult to remember day to day happenings, contacts, places, information and as a result face a lot of difficulty. Now let us focus on some steps which... ❯❯❯

Stem Cells and the Aging Brain

Aging is a part and parcel of life, but as our body ages, our brains age too. Just like an aging body can be riddled with diseases and illnesses like arthritis, cataracts, cardiovascular disease and osteoporosis, an aging brain too can be afflicted with sickness. The age-associated diseases that affect the brain are often clustered under the umbrella-term of 'neurodegeneration'. Diseases like Huntington's, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's... ❯❯❯

Primary or Urgent Care - The Differences

When looking at primary and urgent care there are many differences between the two. Primary care is basically the day-to-day healthcare that is given by their physician. Urgent care is the type of medical care someone seeks when they have an illness or injury that is not serious enough to warrant going to the emergency room, they have no primary care physician, or it is after the hours that their primary care physician is open. ... ❯❯❯