Do you know your blood pressure numbers? When was the last time you checked it? Read more here.
Blood pressure (BP) measures the force pressed against the walls of your arteries as your heart pumps blood through your body.
Average blood pressure differs by sex and tends to rise with age. It’s important to know how blood pressure affects your health.
This article will cover how doctors differentiate between “normal” blood pressure and hypertension (high blood pressure). It will also discuss the health risks involved with hypertension, how you can monitor your blood pressure, and when you should call your doctor.
Using a light therapy lamp can be an effective treatment for seasonal affective disorder (SAD). SAD is associated with the lack of sunlight that occurs in winter months. Because individuals take in less natural light in winter compared to sunnier seasons, they experience a drop in serotonin, the “happy chemical” that naturally occurs in our bodies. This can make some people feel more drowsy and depressed.1 Light therapy lamps can provide feel-good natural lighting when it’s not present in our environment. Read more about these lights here.
Doctor Mike Evans shares insights and research into the best medicine for a healthier life. Check out the 9 minute YouTube video here.