Many people think of energy healing through the lens and experiences of Western medicine. In Western medicine, when you are sick you go to the doctor's office to allow them to heal you. While you can go into an energy healer's office when you are feeling unwell, most forms of energy healing tend to take a more holistic and preventative approach. This means you may benefit from going in for maintenance treatments on a regular basis.
- Following the removal of one or both of your breasts as a result of cancer, you have the option of going through breast reconstruction surgery. Although you might be hesitant to schedule additional surgery after all that you've been through, you may be curious about this procedure. There's no rush to move forward — if you want to take some time before exploring breast reconstruction surgery, feel free to do so.
- If you have recently discovered that you have an allergy problem, then you may be unhappy about the situation. Nobody likes the drowsy and congested feeling that comes with allergies, and it can be incredibly difficult to learn how to control your symptoms if you have never experienced an allergy attack before. While you may need to seek care from an allergist, especially if you are unsure about your allergy triggers, you should start at the pharmacy with some over the counter medicine.
- Whether you are having a difficult time getting pregnant or you are experiencing problems with your monthly menstrual cycle, your doctor may recommend you have an FSH, or follicle stimulating hormone, test. FSH has a direct correlation with how and when you ovulate as a female and the levels of FSH in your blood can be indicative of reproductive issues. With this test scheduled in the near future, you are bound to have a few questions.
- Asthma attacks are always a frustrating situation and can be deadly. One of the strangest triggers for asthma attacks is nervous laughter. Thankfully, it is possible to avoid this problem by using asthma treatment techniques. Laughing Can Cause Some Asthma Attacks In one survey of asthma patients, it was found that over half of those surveyed had triggered an asthma attack by laughing. Even scarier, 67 percent of that group had found that a small laugh could cause this problem to occur.