How often do we wish the future would come faster? Wasting precious time on tomorrow, instead of appreciating today? We all do this, regardless of age: Waiting for summer vacation to come, then bored to tears with all the free time. Waiting until we grow into our bodies, lose the acne. Waiting to graduate, convinced… Continue reading Waiting. . .
Do you or someone you know complain of: Excessive daytime sleepinessLoud snoringObserved episodes of stopped breathing during sleepAbrupt awakenings accompanied by gasping or chokingAwakening with a dry mouth or sore throatMorning headacheDifficulty concentrating during the dayExperiencing mood changes, such as depression or irritabilityHigh blood pressureNighttime sweatingDecreased libidoNeed to urinate frequently at night (nocturia).Memory issuesRestless sleep… Continue reading Could It Be Sleep Apnea?
No matter how clearly we speak, how much we share, how well we verbalize, no two people ever hear the same thing. It seems to be an inherent part of being human. Words enter both ears at the same time but how they ping around inside our heads is a completely different event. And how… Continue reading The Incubator
A study published in Frontiers in Chemistry shared the unsettling news that bottled water is contaminated with high levels of microplastics. The study analyzed samples taken from 259 bottled waters sold in several countries and found that 93% of them contained “microplastic” particles. Microplastics are synthetic polymer particles that are found in many items used by people,… Continue reading Microplastics Are Contaminating Bottled Water
When my daughter was young we did a lot of arts and crafts together. I freely admit I cannot draw or paint. One memorable visit to Disneyland we were able to attend a seminar on how to draw Mickey Mouse. They told us it was so easy that in the end we'd all be pros,… Continue reading What We Show The World