Monthly Archives May 2014

Reverse the Aging Process — At Least for Your Skin

Vein treatment center

Trying to find a way to deal with your aging skin can be frustrating. Research indicates that every year, your skin loses a percentage of elasticity, or its ability to stretch and go back to its normal shape. So, as you age, your skin will often sag, and wrinkles may form.

For this reason, millions of people seek cosmetic treatments every year, and 2013 saw more than that 14 million cosmetic surgery procedures.

Here are few treatments for wrinkles and other skin blemishes you may not have heard about.

  • Fraxel Skin Resurfacing — The first laser skin resurfacing device to hit the market, this procedure involves using the laser’s light energy to spur collagen production. Collagen is a protein in the body that accounts for your skin’s elasticity. The laser reaches underneath the
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    Get Rid of Your Body Hair Permanently!

    Women laser hair removal

    For many people, how they look determines their sense of self. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons reports that in 2013 alone, there were more than a million cosmetic procedures done, ranging from surgical facelifts, to body chemical peels, to nose jobs, and breast implants. Coolsculpting procedures have also gained repute in recent years. Many of these procedures have seen an increase over the last decade, and the plastic surgery industry generates approximately $14 billion in revenue each year, according to IBIS World.

    One of the most popular, non-invasive procedures patients elect is laser hair removal treatment. Both men and women have hair all over their body, regardless of whether it is apparent or not. But for people who have thicker follicles and struggle with fast-growing hair, laser ha

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    There’s No Cure for ADHD, But You Can Certainly Decrease Your Symptoms

    Counseling for adhd

    Every year, the number of children diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is increasing, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). In 2011, the CDC reported that the U.S. experienced an all time high, with 11% of children receiving an ADHD diagnosis. There are no clear reasons for this rise, and researchers are pointing to a combination of social, psychological, hereditary, and biological factors. What is certain, however, is that more than one ADHD treatment for children is needed to reduce symptoms of this disorder.

    One ADHD treatment for children that is the most common is medication. Next Page