Diagnosing Your Baby's Cough: When to See a Doctor

Posted on: 11 December 2015

If your baby coughs, it's not necessarily an emergency. But you will still want to diagnose the cough to determine if it is more serious and if you should visit a doctor. Consider Your Baby's Age If your baby is younger than four months old, you shouldn't expect any coughing. If you do notice coughing, this can indicate something serious that your doctor should investigate. Determine If Your Baby is Choking [Read More]

3 Tips For Healthy Weight Loss While Breastfeeding

Posted on: 19 October 2015

If you are a nursing mother who misses the body you had before you got pregnant, it is important to learn how to maximize the benefits of breastfeeding and a healthy diet to lose weight. It is important to note that the average healthy woman in the United States is expected to gain 25-35 pounds during pregnancy, and it can take 6-12 months to lose it all after having the baby. [Read More]

Tap Into Your Sensory Preferences To Create An Effective Meditation Space

Posted on: 13 August 2015

When deciding how you'd like to establish a regular meditation practice to help you relax and calm your mind, it's easy to mimic what you might find in a book or online. People may have elaborate preparations for their meditation that include visual aids, music, and aromas. Some of these options may be a distraction for you. Find out what your sensory preferences are and set up your meditation area to meet their needs. [Read More]

Five Supplements For Athletes

Posted on: 31 July 2015

You've got the right equipment. You've got the right clothes. You've got just about everything you need to take your exercise regime to the next level--but what about vitamins and supplements? The below supplements may help ensure your body is receiving all the nutrients it needs to keep you going strong. Glucosamine Glucosamine is a chemical that promotes joint health. Although it's produced naturally by your body, athletes may find that taking a glucosamine supplement helps cut down on exercise-related aches and pains. [Read More]