Now I’m not talking about just having a tiring day and needing some sleep. This post ‘why am I always tired’ is reaching out to those that have such fatigue, that it interferes with their daily life.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Is there a chance that you may have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome known as CFS? In the UK it is often known as Myalgic Encephalomyelitis or ME. This description of the condition recognises that the muscles and the brain are major problem sites. Sometimes ME is thought to mean Mental Exhaustion. Although this appears to be a good description, it can be misconstrued to be a psychological condition which it isn’t, but it can cause psychological problems such as depression, anxiety and panic attacks. Continue reading Why Am I Always Tired?
I was watching a program last night on UK television called “Rescue Dog to Super Dog”. It was a show where abandoned dogs were being paired up with people who need help with their disabilities or health conditions. One of the recipients of a trained rescue dog had a condition called ‘narcolepsy’. I do not know anyone who has this problem but remember suffering with one of the symptoms in the past, known as ‘sleep paralysis’. Continue reading Narcolepsy cure?
What exactly is preeclampsia?
Carrying on from part 1 of pregnancy health info, I want to explain what preeclampsia is and how to avoid it. Preeclampsia is also known as toxaemia and only affects pregnant women. Those who have suffered it before are more prone to the condition with subsequent pregnancies.
Preeclampsia occurs in 7% of all pregnancies around the world and is one of the major causes of maternal deaths. 10 million women worldwide contract preeclampsia (often referred to as pregnancy-induced hypertension) each year. The yearly maternal death rate from this illness is 76,000. Also there are approximately 500,000 infant deaths per year because of this condition. Continue reading Pregnancy Health Info – Part 2
Part 1 of 2
Are you pregnant? If so I want you to read this article on pregnancy health info., because it could actually save your life. That does sound a little dramatic in this day and age but there is a condition that is induced by pregnancy that can be a danger to both mother and child.
Going through a pregnancy should be a stirring, emotional and moving experience. For your body to cope with the extra burden and stress which it has to deal with, you need to be in the best of health. An expectant mum should be glowing, happy and excited about her forthcoming event. She is bringing new life into the world and that is a momentous occassion. If you do all the right things ie. eat healthily (no junk food), don’t smoke, don’t drink sodas, don’t drink alcohol, don’t take drugs, exercise gently but regularly, you should go through your pregnancy with no problems and produce a healthy child. Continue reading Pregnancy Health Info – Part 1of 2