Do you drive, use a mobile phone or laptop? If so, then your head and neck are probably suffering. Click here to learn causes and symptoms of forward head posture, the most common form of head/neck imbalance.
How many hours of sleep do you get? If it’s less than 7 hours, your health could be at risk. Click here to discover natural ways to improve the quantity and quality of your sleep so that you can thrive in your daily life.
Do you currently have your phone in hand? Maybe you’re reading this very article on an electronic device? Do you ever think to yourself, “I wish I had more time to do things I enjoy?” If you answered yes to any of these questions, it may be time for a digital detox.
You’ve been told to stand up straight, but has anyone ever told you to maintain proper oral posture? If the answer is no, we’re telling you now. Discover the compelling connection between oral posture and overall well-being here.
You may not know you have bad breath, but others certainly do. Have no fear, we’re here to help. Check out these pointers to learn how you can combat bad breath once and for all!
Dry mouth is not only unpleasant, but it may also lead to more serious medical and dental issues. No one wants to visit the dentist more than they need to, so we’ve provided you with some easy lifestyle adjustments that will lead you to a happy and healthy mouth.
What does your mouth have to do with Alzheimer’s Disease? Recent research shows a potential connection between oral pathogens and Alzheimer’s diagnosis. Click here to explore exciting new science for the future of Alzheimer’s disease.
Anxiety is an obstacle to overall well-being. Don’t let it dominate your life. Click here to learn about how you can lessen anxiety in your everyday life and gain back control.
Bloating isn’t only bad for a beach body, but stomach pain can be unbearable. Before you grab the Tums, try these tips and tricks to combat stomach pain and have a happy GI tract.
We all know that what we eat is important for our health, but equally important is how we eat. A few easy dietary changes listed here can improve not only your oral health, but can contribute to your overall wellness.