Here are the top tips from Dr Rachel Hall Kenmore Dentist for keeping your mouth and teeth healthy during holiday parties and gatherings.
Inflammation – it’s the starting point for many illnesses, poor health conditions and diseases. It’s also avoidable. Find out how to reduce inflammation
Have you been told that you are a “mouth breather”? Do you really understand what this means, and the harm it could be doing to your health?
In this blog, I’m going to explain what the six pillars of health care that you need to focus on to have a healthy life...
There are plenty of ways to detox and you may have tried them just because you haven’t been eating so healthy and feel a bit sluggish.
Adrenal fatigue is an undiagnosed epidemic. The adrenal glands are pyramidal shaped organs sitting on top of the kidneys.
It is unlikely that a singular cause of chronic fatigue will ever be found by science because there are always multiple physical...
Many of the patients I see in my practice have chronic illnesses, depression, insomnia, and autoimmune conditions or simply have busy/stressful lifestyles or are low in energy and vitality.
We are happy to tolerate or live with a sore back, stiff neck, frozen shoulder, asthma, high blood pressure, diabetes, chronic fatigue etc because compared to someone who has cancer we believe we are better off.
The immune system is composed of specialized tissues, organs, cells and chemicals that identify and destroy foreign invaders.
Meditating 3 times a day for 10-15 minutes preferably upon waking, at lunchtime and before bed is sufficient to bring about beneficial changes.
It’s the little things that you do each day that add up to being healthy and fit.
The way you breathe can greatly impact on your physical and dental health.
Exercise does not have to be painful, hard work, intense or time-consuming.
Sleep is a time for your body to repair damage caused by stress, ultraviolet rays and other harmful exposures.