The healthcare industry is one of the largest in the world, as well as one of the most crucial to the world. It is an industry involving many of the most important roles in society and is a place where you will never stop growing as an individual. Here are some of the main reasons to consider the healthcare industry for your career.
Today’s guest post from Aaron Barriga outlines the ways that hormones can affect your eye health. With a focus on women, this post is informative and I like that Aaron even includes way to protect your vision. I hope you find it as interesting as I did upon reading it. Take it away, Aaron:
Hormonal changes in women can affect not only mood, skin, and weight but also influence your vision. An imbalance in hormone levels can be a fundamental reason for vision problems. Hormones play an important role in regulating vital functions of the body that can also affect your eyes. Hormonal fluctuation is an inevitable process that takes place from childhood to old age.
Let’s look at how hormones impact on every stage of a woman’s life.
Do you have a green thumb but no outdoor garden? Or, maybe you want to try a new and healthy hobby? If so, you’re likely to enjoy this guest post on the health benefits of indoor gardening. This is the second post here from Dave Landry Jr., who you may remember from his words on Women and Wages last year. Welcome back, Dave! Let’s give him the blogging floor now:
Some of us don’t have the space outdoors to create a garden, but maybe we still want to grow our favorite plants or flowers. Even if you don’t have a spacious backyard to plant that dream garden, you can take the floral finesse indoors!
Creating an indoor garden, however, might limit you to plant or floral choices. Not every variety can be grown indoors successfully. There are many hearty plants that can thrive inside your home, though. Check out your local nursery and talk to an expert about the plants they would recommend for in-home decorating and gardening.
Once you’ve discovered the varieties of plants and flowers that will survive and thrive inside your home, it’s time to think about how to arrange your indoor oasis. Here are some suggestions for taking the greenery indoors:
May is Mental Health Month in the U.S., and although I’m in Canada, I still appreciate the campaign and want to blog about it. I no longer shy away from the subject of mental health like I did when I first was diagnosed with depression and anxiety. That was almost 8 years ago now. Since then I have researched about the conditions to both empower myself and help show others how they can do the same. Also, I’ve found a community of other bloggers and people in real life who also have their mental health struggles. I hope we can help one another to get through those tougher days.
While I follow many mental health bloggers, here are a few I want to highlight in this post in commemoration of Mental Health Awareness Month. I encourage you to follow them too.
Some people make their road to recovery so much longer than it needs to be. From finding the source of the problem and dealing with it, to helping themselves with the recovery afterwards. But there’s nothing worse than being ill or injured, so why would you want to drag out your recovery process? There’s so many things that you can do to try and speed things up, and the sooner you’re able to get back to your normal life, the happier you’re going to be. We’ve got a few general tips for you to follow, whether you’re injured or sick, if you want to resume normal life as quickly as possible. If you have to take time off work because of your injury or illness, this is going to be even more of a priority for you. So, without further ado, here’s how you can speed up the road to recovery.
Is your tap water safe? How can a water purifier help? If you’re like me then you’re asking yourself these questions. Thankfully today’s guest post from Kedy of The General Post provides us important information. In particular, he answers the question of “Why do you need a water purifier at home?”
We have a tendency to neglect the back. Many of us spend a lot of time on our faces, making sure that our skin is well nourished to give us that youthful glow and keep wrinkles at bay. We spend a fortune on makeup to highlight and accentuate the gifts that nature gave us and ensure that we have gorgeous glossy hair to complement the makeup just right. We make sure that we keep our weight under control so that we look great and feel confident, but we neglect one of the most important aspects of our appearance and overall health… Our spine. It’s time to get some backbone!
We often hear about the health consequences of being overweight, but less attention is given to the way weight loss can affect mental and emotional well-being. Let’s give freelance writer Ben Arnold the floor today for this blog post on the personal ramifications of losing weight. You may find some of the information in this guest post shocking!