Heartburn, indigestion or chest discomfort are feelings many people experience occasionally after a rich or heavy meal. But for people living with gastroesophageal reflux disease (commonly called GERD), those uncomfortable feelings can be a daily frustration.
Regular social engagement is key for older adults because it helps to improve mood and maintain memory and language skills. What’s more, it helps maintain cognitive function by delaying the progression of memory loss and dementia – and it can also improve depression.
Mood swings, irritability, insomnia. Hot flashes, fatigue, low libido and weight gain. The combination of symptoms that can result from menopause or perimenopause can cause serious disruptions in women’s lives. Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is used to reduce the symptoms of menopause.
Water can be found all around us; so we don’t tend to really think about its importance in out lives. As the temperatures climb, we become hot and begin to perspire, becoming more aware of our need for water.
When you’re sick or have an acute injury, you don’t want to wait for effective care. Because illnesses don’t always occur during regular business hours, you may feel torn between waiting over the weekend or heading to the ER. With CHI Memorial Convenient Care – Atrium, you can get the care you need right away.