Brynna Connor MD
In an article in Best Life, Dr. Connor gives solid advice on things we should not do when traveling during the Omicron surge.
“Do not wait until your BMI or waist circumference reaches a point to make you wonder if belly fat is the cause,” said Dr. Brynna Connor, MD. Rather, you want to address this earlier in life, and the earlier the better.
If you don’t have the time to shower, sometimes it can help to quickly wash your face and hands. As noted by Dr. Brynna Connor, it is especially important to wash your bedding and pillowcases. She recommends looking into a hypoallergenic pillowcase, which will help to prevent mold, dust, and mildew buildup.
RLS causes uncomfortable feelings in the lower limbs. People with RLS feel like they can’t control the urge to move their legs. Often, moving around makes the discomfort disappear, but the feelings usually return once movement stops.
“Soap can actually be harmful and cause irritation and sensitivity and potential allergic reactions,” explained Dr. Brynna Connor.
Sometimes, leg cramps may actually be a sign of injury in your back or neck. If you have a problem with your neck or spine, such as an injury or pinched nerve, the nerves that connect the brain to the legs may be affected.
The gut bacteria may also play a role in all sorts of different diseases, including cancer and asthma. Adopting habits that help gut bacteria thrive can help our bodies work properly and make us feel healthy. Many different lifestyle habits, including the foods we regularly eat, have a big impact on how our digestive systems and gut bacteria function. The choices we make can help make our health better or worse.
The Mediterranean Diet resembles the foods listed: unsaturated oils and other healthy fats from sources like nut and seeds; fatty fish like salmon; whole grains; vegetables and fruits. It also deemphasizes the consumption of red meat and dairy products and suggests they be consumed in moderate amounts instead.
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For a long time, restless sleep was not a medical term, but rather a general term for poor sleep quality. Recently, doctors have come up with a medical definition that describes a disorder seen in children. Different sleep disorders cause different symptoms.