When you go to the eye doctor for a checkup and potentially to update the prescription for your corrective lenses, the last thing you want or expect is to be told you have glaucoma. However, a glaucoma diagnosis, while unpleasant to hear, is not the end of the world. There are treatments available and ways to manage your glaucoma so that it does not progress further and cause any additional vision loss. [Read More]
Non-Surgical And Surgical Treatment Options For Sleep Apnea
According to the National Sleep Apnea Foundation, more than 18 million adults in America have sleep apnea. Due to the seriousness of the sleep disorder, it is imperative that you seek treatment if you have been diagnosed with it. There are non-surgical and surgical treatments options available. Non-Surgical Treatments One of the most commonly used means of treating the symptoms of sleep apnea is the use of continuous positive airway pressure, or CPAP, therapy. [Read More]
Do You Have A Plan For Your Atheist Funeral?
Funerals are often associated with one's religious beliefs. However, if you are planning your funeral, and consider yourself an atheist, your loved ones may not know what your wishes would be during an event. While there are common rituals followed with major world religions, as an atheist, you can help your loved ones focus on the grieving process by clarifying what you would like to occur during your funeral. Celebrating Your Life [Read More]
Preparing Your Child For Their First Trip To The Dentist
If you are the parent of a toddler who has not been to a dentist yet, you will want to prepare them for their first teeth cleaning visit so it goes by without anxiety or fear. Here are a few tips you can use to prepare your child for their first dentists exam. Have Them Watch The best way to prepare your child for their first teeth cleaning appointment is to have them watch you as you get one done yourself. [Read More]