Monthly Archives May 2016

Hair Loss and Restoration Myths Busted

Hair transplant clinic

A quick Internet search for ‘hair replacement’ will dreg up so many different forms of hair transplant therapies and hair restoration options, it can be difficult to divine the fact from the fantasy. Certainly the cost of a hair transplant weighs into the decision of whether or not to seek treatment, but patients also want to be sure the treatment will work for their specific needs.

Increasingly, Follicular Unit Extraction or FUE is becoming the hair transplant surgery of choice. A closer look at hair loss myths will reveal why the FUE hair transplant method has become so popular.

    MYTH: Only the unlucky men lose hair
    FALSE:
    Actually, most men experience some aspects of androgenetic alopecia, otherwise k
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Are You Ready to Become a PiYo Coach?

How to become a weight loss coach

Combining the best of both, PiYo is a hybrid of Pilates and yoga. With the mindfulness of yoga and more movement than you find typically in either yoga or Pilates, PiYo gives you an athletic workout with elements of stretch, strength training, conditioning and dynamic movement. One of the biggest difficulties that people face in sticking to a workout plan is that it takes time to see results. With PiYo results are immediately obvious. You will have greater flexibility, more energy and you’ll find yourself breezing through your work and fitness routines.
Not only does PiYo help to change your life, you can go one step further and become a PiYo coach, helping others achieve both peace of mind and a great beach body! That’s a win-win all around.

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Why Your Health Should Always Come First and Not Just Be an Afterthought

Emergency room care

Suffer from back pain, other aches and pains, or another chronic condition? You’re not alone — almost 70% of Americans say that back pain affects how they go about their everyday lives and two-thirds of Baby Boomers are predicted to be managing a chronic condition by 2030. Worryingly enough though, many Americans don’t go see a doctor regularly — around 40% of those with long-term lower back pain don’t go see a doctor for it. They simply struggle on with pain meds and a “grit-and-bear-it” attitude, which could be detrimental to their health later on down the line. Having an “ask the doctors” mentality is really far healthier and can often catch any serious illnesses earlier in their progress. At any rate, knowing where your nearest walk in clinic or urgent care center is good information to have on hand

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