Fend Off Falls And Fractures: Signs Of Bone Loss And What You Can Do About It

During menopause, your estrogen hormone level drops, and so does your bone density. Some women sustain bone loss at a more rapid rate than others. This bone loss results in osteoporosis, which places you at a high risk of sustaining fractures. Pay attention to your body and watch for these signs of bone loss so that you can address them to your physician as early as possible. Jaws of Evidence Read More 

What To Do If You Think You Have PTSD

The symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can be tough to live with. You may have flashbacks of certain events that bring up triggers, or you might find it hard to sleep because you have intense nightmares. You may be wondering why this is happening because you've never fought in a war. However, just because you aren't a veteran does not mean that you don't have PTSD. There are a number of different ways to get PTSD, and you might have gone through one or more of them. Read More