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]

About Undergoing Ultrasonic Liposuction To Remove Neck Fat

Are you having a hard time getting rid of the fat on your neck? You may find that the fastest way to get results is through a medical procedure called ultrasonic liposuction. Find out in this article what you should know about ultrasonic liposuction so you can decide if you want it or not. Why Should Ultrasonic Liposuction Be Considered for Neck Fat Removal? Treating an area like the neck for fat removal can be a difficult task, but ultrasonic liposuction makes the process a lot smoother. [Read More]

When Pain In Your Wrists Keeps You From Working

Carpal tunnel syndrome occurs when the nerve running through your wrist becomes irritated. It can be so severe that you can no longer grip anything with your hand. Pain and numbness can interfere with your work and home life. Here is how this injury becomes so debilitating and what treatment options are available. Median Nerve Irritation The median nerve runs along your arm, through your wrist and into your hand. The bones in your wrist form a narrow channel through which the nerve travels to protect the nerve from injury. [Read More]