Suffering From Carpal Tunnel? A Look At Your Treatment Options

Are you experiencing tingling in your index and middle fingers? Does your hand suddenly feel weak sometimes? Chances are, you are suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome, a condition in which the median nerve, which passes through your wrist and controls your thumb and fingers, becomes pinched or irritated. Often cause by repetitive movements like typing and texting, carpal tunnel can be diagnosed with a physical evaluation of symptoms and sometimes x-rays. Read More 

What You Need To Know About Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

Systemic lupus erythematosus, also known as SLE, is metabolic myopathy that results in the immune system attacking healthy tissue. This autoimmune disease can manifest as arthritis as well as a wide variety of other conditions. The rare nature of this metabolic myopathy sometimes means it's often overlooked and treated improperly.  That's why it's important for you to understand this disease so you can properly diagnosis it and receive the right treatment. Read More 

Signs You Need Adult Braces

Most people think of braces as something that's mainly for teenagers. In reality, though, braces have become much more common among adults who want a more beautiful smile. If you're unsure of whether or not braces would benefit you, just look for the common signs that you could benefit from braces. If you happen to notice any of these signs in your own smile, schedule an appointment with an orthodontist in your area to see what your options are. Read More 

Eliminate Spider Veins On Your Hands Naturally by Using Essential Oils

Suffering from spider veins on your hands can be an embarrassing part of life, yet it is relatively common. Spider veins are typically harmless, but you may still want to get rid of them to avoid the embarrassment you feel. There are many ways to treat spider veins that appear on your body, including the use of essential oils. Here are some options you could try that may help you reduce or eliminate the spider veins you have on your hands. Read More 

Vertigo: Why Tiny Crystals May Be Making You Dizzy

There are many causes of vertigo, which is the medical term used to describe dizziness and feeling like the room is spinning. Too much alcohol, dehydration and even the common cold may cause these sensations. If dizziness continues to occur, or does not resolve itself, it may be the fault of tiny crystals inside your ear. Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) is a leading cause of dizziness. Here's what you need to know if you or someone you love is having problems with their balance due to dizziness: Read More