Frozen shoulder is a very common occurrence in women between the ages of 40-60 years. Symptoms include stiffness, pain, and limited range of motion in your shoulder. Most doctors believe frozen shoulder is caused by an injury, overuse, or from an underlying condition such as diabetes or rheumatoid arthritis. But, any shoulder problem can lead to a frozen shoulder if you do not work to keep full range of motion.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one out of every three Americans – or an estimated seventy million people! — is affected by arthritis. In fact, arthritis is the leading cause of disability in the United States. Arthritis has been around since ancient times. Prehistoric man and even the dinosaurs had it! […]
What is your biggest concern when it comes to your long-term health?If I asked 100 of my subscribers I bet the majority of you would respond by answering: dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. As of today, there is no treatment for either of these conditions…or is there?
When it comes to pain, it’s nearly impossible to separate the mind and the body. Every year, millions of women cope with pain. Women are more likely to experience chronic pain syndromes, such as fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, migraines, and other painful conditions, than men. This has a lot to do with your life’s circumstances—and what you believe your life can be like. Layered on to this are real physiological factors that affect the overall health of your body and your ability to heal.