Tag: Signs

Seven signs that you're over-exercising

With so much pressure to go to the gym and get active it can be hard to take a step back and recognise when you’re pushing yourself too hard. The release of endorphins can be addictive and 3% of gym goers consider themselves to be addicted to working out. While hitting the gym every day

3 Signs Your Migraine Is Actually Something More Serious

Bright lights, certain smells, foods and drinks, exercise, stress, too much sleep, too little sleep: If any of these terms made you flinch, then you might be a might be a migraine sufferer. Migraines may feel like the pinnacle of pain, but what you may not know is, they actually can get worse. That’s why,

10 early signs and symptoms of dementia

Dementia occurs when nerve cells in a person’s brain stop working. Although it typically happens in older people, it is not an inevitable part of aging. The brain’s natural deterioration happens to everyone as they grow older, but it occurs more quickly in people with dementia. There are many different types of dementia. According to

5 Tips For Managing Eczema As The Weather Heats Up

All hot and bothered. And itchy. For people with eczema, summer doesn’t just mean beautiful beach spent weekends, it also means finding ways to manage the most common trigger for eczema, heat. How can warm weather trigger eczema? Warm skin is itchy skin. Heat at the skin’s surface feels prickly can our response is to

Don’t Miss These Signs of Toxic Parenting

The parenting gig is tough, and there’s no one-size-fits all manual for how to do it; we all have to figure things out as we go along. So we do the best we can — and we all screw up at one point or another. That’s totally normal. The problem? When our screw-ups turn into

The SEVEN signs you’re not eating enough protein

From thinning hair to flabby muscles and brain fog: The SEVEN signs you’re not eating enough protein (and simple tips for how to get more) Government says protein consumption should be 0.8g per kilo of body weight Despite this, countless people regularly fail to eat anywhere near this amount Here, nutritionists Rick Hay and May

9 tell-tale signs you need more iron in your diet

Expert reveals 9 signs you need more iron in your diet Feeling breathless, a pale tongue and dry skin: Expert reveals the 9 tell-tale signs of iron deficiency that even DOCTORS miss Experts say it is common for people to be unaware that they are iron deficient Common symptoms include tiredness, pale skin and changes

Five signs of depression in teens

It’s no secret that teenagers can be moody, but research shows that ongoing moodiness often is far more serious. Dr. Janna Gewirtz O’Brien, a Mayo Clinic pediatrician, says teen depression is much more common than most people realize. “This is something that affects teenagers of all walks of life, of all backgrounds, and actually of

Low testosterone in women: Signs, causes, and treatments

Testosterone belongs to a group of hormones known as androgens. Testosterone levels affect: fertility sex drive red blood cell production muscle mass and fat distribution Most people think of testosterone as a male sex hormone, but everyone requires a certain amount. While males have more testosterone than females, female adrenal glands and ovaries produce small

12 Signs There's a Tween Living in Your House

You were told to cherish the baby years because time goes so fast. Cherish the newborn who will only stop crying if you hold him close to your chest 24 hours a day, cherish the 4 a.m. wake-up call just because, cherish potty training behind a tree in the park and quelling meltdowns in Target

9 Unexpected Signs Your Thyroid Is Out Of Whack

Sometimes it seems appropriate to amend Murphy’s Law to “Everything that can go wrong, will go wrong—and it’s probably your thyroid’s fault.” It may be small, but that butterfly-shaped gland at the base of your throat has a pretty lofty to-do list—like regulating your appetite, energy levels, and even your body temperature. When it’s working

6 Signs You're Eating Way Too Much Protein

High-protein diets are all the rage right now. Protein does tonnes for your body, including helping to repair your muscles when they tear during exercise and supporting bone health and hormone production. What’s more, high-protein diets have been known to help women shed stubborn weight. “It’s a hot macronutrient because it really does help you