Your Guide to Health – Chapter 10: Nursing A Patient At Home

Self-medication is now a myth. With the limited practitioners for specific private medical attention, this case is inevitable. The available knowledge on medical issues is widely available. Cases whereby medical personnel’s can delegate aspects of their job to individuals at a fee is common. The number of quarantine cases and home medical treatment in 2021… Read More Your Guide to Health – Chapter 10: Nursing A Patient At Home

Your Guide to Health – Chapter 9: Controlling Your Weight

A human’s weight and lateral size vary throughout a lifetime. Although there are 3 basic body types for people; however, every category of persons has the potential to increase/decrease size either voluntarily or involuntarily. Since the 1830s, people have depended on the body mass index, BMI, as a guide for standard weight and height for… Read More Your Guide to Health – Chapter 9: Controlling Your Weight

Your Guide to Health – Chapter 8: Vitamins to Keep you Healthy

In some countries where they experience less than 6 hours of sunlight, they have less vitamin D in their system. Some may feel that it’s naturally occurring so people should ignore the effects. To the contrary, it is common knowledge that lack of sufficient vitamin D leads to depression. Reactions between chemicals and fluids are… Read More Your Guide to Health – Chapter 8: Vitamins to Keep you Healthy

Your Guide to Health – Chapter 7: Minerals your Body Needs

In the market today are several mineral supplements; calcium, iodine, phosphorus, iron etc. Asides these off the shelf drugs, the foods people eat daily contain these minerals but in less concentrated forms.  Often, attention is not paid to the quantity of these in diets. A comment from the second video (below); there are people who… Read More Your Guide to Health – Chapter 7: Minerals your Body Needs

Your Guide to Health – Body Flexibility Routines with Therapeutic Effects

A chemical imbalance in the brain is said to occur when the brain has either excessive or insufficient chemicals, called neurotransmitters. Neurotransmitters are natural chemicals that help ease the communication between your nerve cells. Examples include norepinephrine and serotonin. It’s often said that mental health conditions, such as depression and anxiety, are caused by a… Read More Your Guide to Health – Body Flexibility Routines with Therapeutic Effects