Somewhere between 60 and 80% of adults in America suffer from back pain, and the cause is not always obvious. Read on for some of the lesser known reasons your back may be hurting.
You know that every time you light a cigarette, you're inundating your body with dangerous chemicals—arsenic, tar, and formaldehyde, just to name a few. And most people can recite a list of illnesses associated with smoking: lung cancer, heart disease, emphysema.
Hearing loss is an inevitable part of a long and well-lived life. While the prospect of getting hearing aids may not appeal to you, the reality is that at some point or other, everyone's hearing will begin to fail. So, rather than constantly straining to understand a conversation, or turning your television up to an uncomfortable volume (for the other people around you, that is), you have finally taken the leap to get yourself some hearing aids.
There are many potential causes of sleep apnea that can be explored. Most of these causes are based around something that is causing the airways to be blocked. With the airways blocked, you are not getting enough oxygen, which causes a disruption of sleep because your body "wakes up" to breath. You don't notice it, but because of these disruptions, you are not getting enough sleep, which causes you to feel tired the next day.