If there is a misfire, we can end up with blotchy skin – reddened or discolored areas that can develop from conditions such as eczema, rosacea, “spider veins,” “sun spots,”’ and melasma. Environmental triggers can exacerbate underlying genetic conditions. Early identification of the causes of blotchy skin helps with management. And in cases where blotchy skin has become permanent, we have effective interventions to restore skin tone.
WITH THAT IN MIND, HERE ARE 5 TIPS TO AVOID BLOTCHY SKIN:
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6 Steps To Overcome – Back-to-School Stress
School is about to start up again, and for many kids a variety of emotions begin to surface—ranging from excitement to nervous anticipation to all-out dread and panic. Starting a new school year is about making new friends, meeting new teachers, buying new clothes and book bags, facing bullies, learning a new curriculum, and, of course, doing homework.
Calcium And Its Importance To Your Health
Calcium is very important for your health. In fact, you have more calcium in your body than any other mineral. It makes up much of your bones and teeth and plays a role in heart health, muscle function and nerve signaling
Your Best summer skin ever
Summer brings plenty of challenges for skin (hi, blazing sunshine and strong sea breezes). Thankfully, fresh, organic produce also ripens over the summer, and certain fruits and veggies can work some surprising wonders for your largest organ. Combine these foods with supplements that love your skin year-round, and you’ll have a solid skin health strategy
Proactive Health Tips to Help Navigate Year 2 of the Pandemic
After months of unfamiliar restrictions and guidelines, pandemic fatigue is affecting how some Americans protect their health. However, experts warn that diligence is still extremely important because new mutations and variants of the virus that causes COVID-19 are being discovered. The typical cold and flu season also brings added threats to people’s health and wellness.
THE SECRET TO A HAPPY LIFE? Prioritize Fun
This is a summer like no other, with life returning to normal after a year and a half of lockdowns and restrictions. If you’re feeling conflicted about stepping back into the “business as usual” rat race, you’re not alone. The stress and isolation of a global pandemic and social upheaval have led us to rethink our values and consider a reset. What do we do now? If you ask me, it’s time to dedicate ourselves to a very important pursuit –– having fun.
DO YOU HAVE ‘Happy' or ‘Unhappy Feet'?
WHAT CONSTITUTES HAPPY FEET?
BIRDS in the MATTRESS
“Mrs. Walker is a nut. You need to do something with her,” I overheard the police officer say to my mother.
KRILL, Essential for Your Pet's Diet
There is no question that pets are part of the family and they actually help improve the mental and physical health of their human companions. To the end, it’s important that we take care of our pets and put them on the best path to wellness just like we take care of our other family members.
HOW YOU CAN OVERCOME
Summer Fruits and Veggies That Can Help With BRAIN AND MENTAL HEALTH
We are now in the full swing of the dog days of summer! This means a lot more stress is being placed on the body to keep us cool and everything running efficiently as we go about our day. So what are some of the classic and not so classic summer foods that we can eat to keep our mental health balanced and brains happy?
Do you have enough of the miracle brain booster?
A substance called BDNF (brain-derived neurotropic factor) plays a key role in keeping mood, memory and mental processing at their peak. It's so vital for brain-cell growth, repair and signaling that it's been dubbed 'Miracle-Gro' for the brain. Plus, Boston University research reveals optimizing BDNF levels curbs the risk of memory loss and dementia by 51%. And while levels can dip by 50% from our 30s to our 50s and continue to decline, boosting BDNF is easy!
Learn How to Spot, Treat Rosacea
Rosacea is a fairly common dermatological condition that can affect anyone of any age. It is a chronic condition with no known cure, but advances in medical technology have made it possible to treat and control the symptoms.
It’s flower season! We’re celebrating with six beautiful blooms that heal.
If you experience difficulty swallowing, you might have a recently recognized condition called eosinophilic esophagitis, which may be caused by food allergies.
Aloe Vera Has 10 Impressive Uses
Aloe is very useful for psoriasis, food sensitivities, diabetes, gastritis and gingivitis.
Niacinamide for Great Skin
Used by dermatologists to treat a variety of skin conditions, this nourishing form of vitamin B3 can also work wonders in your at-home beauty regimen.
Brow Lamination, the microblading alternative taking Instagram, is the must-have treatment of 2020. To find out moe, we spoke to Rachel Lavelle, one of Australia’s most sought after cosmetic educators, for an inside on the hottest innovative technique.
Hygiene is Overrated
But keep washing your hands.
This time-tested botanical can help ease eczema and psoriasis, detoxify the liver, combat constipation, and more
No Boring Protein Drinks - I mentioned in previous issue of AMM what you can add to your protein drinks for additional flavors, colors, and nutritional values.