My name is Tony Richards and when I turned 40 years old I began having unusual health symptoms including a powerful thirst and numbness in my hands. I went to see my doctor and after running tests he determined that I had diabetes. My doctor prescribed medicine for my condition and he also told me to make some lifestyle changes or the diabetes would get worse. I didn't want that to happen so I began researching ways to control diabetes. After implementing these ideas, my condition actually got better and I was able to reduce the amount of medication I was taking. If your doctor has diagnosed you with diabetes, it's very beneficial for you to read my blog so your condition doesn't worsen. I hope that by following this blog, it will help you to control your diabetes too.
15 October 2014
Teeth grinding, also known as bruxism, can occur in individuals during the day as well as at night. It is difficult to tell if you grind your teeth while you sleep. Some symptoms include waking up with a small headache and stiff jaw. While these problems can be easier to correct while you are awake, it is harder to do once you are sleeping. Therefore, there are a few tips you can use in order prevent yourself from grinding your teeth as you sleep.