Hey! My name is Marley and this is my health advice blog. Maintaining your health is easy when you are young. However, as you get older, you may develop illnesses and disorders as a result of your lifestyle choices. When I hit the age of 50 years old, I suddenly realised that I had a lot of problems which I had been ignoring for a long time. I decided to visit my doctor and seek help. Over the past year, I have worked closely with my doctor to improve my lifestyle and my health. I hope my blog inspires you to do the same.
25 January 2018
Mouth guards are a fantastic piece of medical kit for all sportsmen and athletes. Whether you play rugby, hockey, or Aussie Rules, there are vastly well documented benefits of wearing a mouth guard when playing sports. Mouth guards are also increasingly used with children, teenagers and even adults who are prone to grinding their teeth during the night. Of course, as they are in close proximity to your mouth for large parts of the day, maintaining hygiene levels and ensuring you care for your mouth guard is vital for keeping it in a good condition and ensuring you do not put your own dental hygiene at risk.
23 January 2018
It's hard to think of a sport where good vision isn't a major asset. Whether you're blocking a swinging cricket ball, getting into position to smash a forehand along the line or lining up a pool shot, the quality of your vision will always be a key part of how you perform. But despite this, many people take their eyes for granted, and they don't protect their vision the way they should when playing the sports they love.
22 January 2018
If you're suffering from arthritis of any type, your medical caregivers may recommend physiotherapy as a natural form of pain relief. Whilst physiotherapy isn't quite so fast as taking a tablet for your pain, it offers a completely gentle and non-invasive type of relief that might just give you long-term relief rather than a quick fix. Below, you'll learn about three physiotherapy treatments can help relieve your arthritis pain. Moist Heat Therapy
16 January 2018
For some men, the first symptom of prostate cancer is bladder problems. At the other end, prostate cancer surgery can cause urinary incontinence. The bladder and the prostate are intimately related. Understanding their relationship and possible implications of both prostate cancer itself and any treatment for it is essential for all men, especially if you've been diagnosed with the disease. Your prostate and bladder are neighbours Both the prostate and the bladder lie in your pelvis.
12 January 2018
Avoid thinking that you should only see a physiotherapist when you are recovering from a major injury. Physiotherapy can enhance your wellbeing by addressing issues that limit how well your muscular and skeletal systems function. This article discusses some of the signs that should prompt you to see a physiotherapist. Loss of Balance Have you been finding it hard to balance as you move or sit in one position? You may have issues with the structures inside your inner ears.