Hay fever is a bothersome condition that can leave you sneezing and coughing. If you have asthma, though, controlling hay fever becomes a more urgent issue. To help you understand the connection between asthma and hay fever, here is what you need to know. What Impact Does Hay Fever Have on Asthma? Hay fever is a response to your exposure to allergens, such as pollen. When you experience a reaction, your nose becomes irritated and inflamed. [Read More]
FAQ About Suffering from Plantar Fasciitis
Are you beginning to worry about the pain in your feet because it doesn't go away? If it seems as though the pain is only becoming worse, it might be due to you having a foot condition that requires medical attention from a podiatrist. Plantar fasciitis can become severe if your feet are not treated in a timely manner. You will find answers to a few of the questions that you might have about plantar fasciitis in this article. [Read More]
3 Tips For Lipid Management
Managing your lipids (cholesterol) may not be an easy task, especially if you are predisposed to having elevated cholesterol. There are ways you can reduce your cholesterol, especially when you combine lifestyle changes and medical interventions. Maintain A Healthy Weight Maintaining a healthy weight will have different meanings for each person. If you are significantly overweight and have struggled with your weight for many years, it may be time to have a discussion with your doctor about weight loss options. [Read More]
High Intraocular Pressure: Should You Be Worried?
When you go to the eye doctor for your annual checkup, they usually administer the air puff test in which a puff of air is propelled towards your eye. The degree to which your eye resists this puff of air tells your eye doctor your intraocular pressure. If you've been told you have high intraocular pressure, you may be a bit concerned. Here's a closer look at what this remark means and how your eye doctor may go about determining the cause of your high intraocular pressure. [Read More]