Restoring My Complexion

Restoring My Complexion

  • Individual Therapy For An Eating Disorder

    Body image is one of the biggest concerns for most people, which is why there are numerous diets to try out. There is nothing wrong with trying to lose weight when it is necessary, but some people go to the extreme of shedding unwanted pounds and end up in an unhealthy condition. Losing an extreme amount of weight can be related to numerous underlying conditions that need to be addressed in a timely manner.

  • Don't Be Left Stranded: How To Care For Your Electric Wheelchair Battery

    If you've recently started using an electric wheelchair, it's crucial that you take care of the battery. After all, without the battery, you won't be able to move your wheelchair at all. Unfortunately, battery care isn't always covered as thoroughly as it should be, which can leave you without the vital information you need. To help you avoid getting yourself stranded, here are four battery care tips you'll need to follow.

  • Security Tips That Can Make An Independently Living Senior Citizen Feel Safer

    If you have an elderly family member who feels a degree of unease while living alone, you generally have a few choices to consider. One idea is to move your loved one into an independent living facility, although he or she may not agree to this move. Another solution is to hire a home health aide who can not only provide care but can also be a physical presence in the home to make your family member feel more at ease.

  • 5 Tips for Improving Your Marriage

    Marriages are not easy, to say the least. In fact, 40 to 50 percent of marriages in the United States result in divorce, according to the American Psychological Association. When you are around each other all the time and share a lot of things together, you can get into arguments and say things you do not really mean. While you may not be able to make your marriage perfect, you can make it better.

  • 5 Things Diabetics Need To Know About Heel Spurs

    Heel spurs, also known as calcaneal spurs, are bony lumps that form on the heel bone. Heel spurs can be painful, but for most people, they're not a serious health concern. However, for diabetics, heel spurs can be very serious. Here are five things that diabetics need to know about heel spurs. Why are heel spurs serious for diabetics? Diabetes can lead to a lot of foot problems, and these problems can make seemingly minor conditions, like heel spurs, more serious.

About Me

Restoring My Complexion

A few years ago, I began experiencing red, itchy patches on my eyelids and forehead. I began applying moisturizer to my face at this time. Unfortunately, it didn’t help my condition. My trusted physician informed me I might be suffering from the skin disorder psoriasis. This caring individual prescribed a medicated cream for me. Thankfully, the cream soothed my itchy, inflamed skin. If you have an unexplained, skin condition that isn’t responding to home remedies, make visiting your doctor soon a priority. On this blog, I hope you will discover the most common types of skin conditions people seek professional treatment for. Enjoy!