Springtime tends to bring sneezing and other symptoms to seasonal allergy sufferers. Pre-planning your seasonal allergy treatments can help relieve your worst symptoms.
Allergy season begins as the weather gets warmer in spring. If you have seasonal allergies, you may experience symptoms, such as a runny nose or itchy eyes, as a result of certain allergy triggers. When these triggers enter your body, your immune system treats them as harmful substances and attacks them, which leads to the symptoms of seasonal allergies. Knowing what the most common seasonal allergy triggers are can help you avoid them and correctly treat your symptoms. Continue reading
Vitamin D plays a vital role in your day-to-day health, but up to a third of Americans may not be getting enough in their normal diets. Check for these Vitamin D deficiency symptoms to avoid health complications.
Vitamin D supports strong, healthy bones by helping manage calcium and phosphorous levels in your bloodstream. While found in such foods as eggs, fish, and fortified milk, Vitamin D is also referred to as the “sunshine Vitamin” because your body produces Vitamin D anytime you’re exposed to the sun. If you don’t get enough sun exposure and digestible Vitamin D, it can lead to a deficiency that causes serious health problems. Continue reading
Make a commitment to focus on your health and well-being in 2016. There’s no better time than the present!
The start of a brand new year gives you a fresh opportunity to work on achieving your health goals. From getting in shape to getting better sleep, consider including the following health goals on your list of New Year’s resolutions.
7,000 people die each year due to adverse drug reactions (ADRs), according to the FDA. Learning about the most common food and drug interactions can help you avoid experiencing a serious negative reaction.
If you take medications, whether prescription or over-the-counter (OTC), you may be surprised to learn that the food you eat has an impact on how your medication is digested and can even change its chemical composition. Always talk to your pharmacist about common food and drug interactions associated with your medication before you take it home. Continue reading