The Myth Of Acne And How To Tell If Products Are Working

Those who suffer from acne have likely tried a number of different methods to get rid of the unsightly problem. If you are trying brand new acne medication, you may be looking for the first sign of results. Here are some myths that come along with acne products and how you should deal with skin results, or a lack thereof. Skin purging is not a "thing" Many people perpetuate the myth that acne will get worse before it gets better when you are starting a brand new acne regimen. [Read More]

Do You Have Halitosis? Learn The Symptoms, Causes, And How To Diagnose It

Bad breath, otherwise known as halitosis, is when your mouth has a very foul odor. It can be a problem that lasts a short while or a long time in extreme situations, typically due to the bacteria that collects in your mouth and on your tongue. Know the symptoms, causes, and how to diagnose halitosis to better understand your bad breath. Causes of Halitosis A common cause of halitosis is not practicing proper dental hygiene. [Read More]

Managing Workstation Light To Prevent Computer Vision Syndrome

Bright light or glare is one of the causes of computer vision syndrome.  Therefore, it's important to manage your room's lighting whenever you are working on your computer. This means that you need to manage not only the light from your computer but also all other sources of light in the room. Here are four things you can do to achieve this: Eliminate Exterior Light Your working area should be free of exterior light, such as glares streaming in through the windows. [Read More]

Treating Your Lower Back Pain Naturally: What You Should Know

When you suffer from pain in your lower back, whether due to an injury, chronic repetitive motion, age, or other conditions, you may wonder if you will ever find any relief for your pain. You may have tried many of the options that modern, standard medicine has to offer including pain-relieving medications (both over-the-counter and prescription) as well as injections of corticosteroids or other such medical procedures. But if you are still experiencing low back pain, you are likely looking for other, alternative options. [Read More]