In this interview, Dave chats with Tuneshia & Tillard Gallop. Tuneshia was diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer in 2016. She talks about many aspects of her journey: diagnosis, treatment, and the physical and emotional challenges. Tillard covers his experiences and insights from the perspective of the caregiver. Whether you are newly diagnosed or simply curious about how cancer can affect daily life, this candid discussion is as informative as it is inspiring...
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Everyone’s sleep routine is a little bit different. Some people need it to be absolutely freezing and pitch black to sleep while others can only fall asleep to the sound of white fuzz blasting from their TV. For a large amount of people, music actually helps them fall asleep and enjoy a deeper rest.
A herniated disc, caused by the soft center of a spinal disc pushing through a crack in the exterior casing, is one of the most common causes of back and leg pain. Although common, herniated discs, also known as slipped discs, can be one of the most painful injuries one can experience. However, not every case of a herniated disc needs medical attention. Here are some ways you can treat a herniated disc at home. Keep in mind, I am not a licensed medical professional, these are simply just tips. If your symptoms are severe and especially if you are pregnant, seek medical attention immediately.
Studies continuously reveal that people in satisfying relationships live longer, are happier and encounter less health issues throughout their lives. Choosing the right partner will not only have a positive impact on your emotional well-being but also on your physical health. In fact, the quality of your relationship plays as big a role in your health as getting a good night’s sleep, eating a healthy diet and not smoking.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in America. It can be difficult to diagnose and many don’t realize they have a problem until they have a heart attack. This is why it is important to know about prevention.
Fortunately, there are measures you can take on your own to prevent heart disease. See the 6 tips below on heart health that can be easily incorporated into your daily life.
When you think about the many stress triggers we are surrounded by each day, it is easy to see why health issues and stress are linked. We encounter daily commutes, hectic schedules, a desire to juggle work and family life and long work hours. In modern society expectations are high and because of this, it can be seemingly impossible to escape from stress.
There are many reasons why as we age, isolation is more likely to increase. Social experts say that often an older adult might withdraw due to health conditions, physical limitations, depression, nervousness about driving or a lack of a strong network of family and friends nearby. Research is revealing that this can be problematic for not only a loved one's emotional well-being but also for their physical health-- in a big way.
According to many studies, loneliness can lead to chronic conditions, diabetes, depression, brain damage, heart issues and it can even kill. Some studies reveal that people who are lonely are twice as likely to have an earlier death than those who are not.
Quitting sugar is a goal that can seem out of reach. It is understandable if you are not quite ready to give it up yet, but it is worth it to start reducing your daily consumption of sugary foods. This is because the negative effects of sugar consumption are not minor ones, they are major:
Upon being diagnosed with breast cancer, it is normal to experience a stream of emotions. You may feel anything from a loss of control, to denial, guilt, helplessness, anxiety and fear. These emotions are all completely necessary to work through and process but in order to keep moving forward in a positive direction, a patient must line up some specific support systems so that they can take action toward the best treatment plan possible.