Despite recent published reports suggesting that omega-3 supplements lack the cardiovascular health benefits they once claimed and could be associated with various health risks, many people continue to use them. According to the 2014 ConsumerLab.com survey of 10,000 supplement users, fish/marine oil supplements still were popular, with 67.2% of respondents using them.
This article discusses potential pre- and postnatal complications that some women and couples face during their journey of building a family, including infertility, baby blues and postpartum depression, and loss. Working with a psychologist can help individuals cope with and preserver through these unique and complex emotional experiences.
Don’t wait until after you’re pregnant to start eating healthy. If you’re planning to become pregnant, now is the time for you to optimize your nutrition. By adjusting your nutrition you can improve your chances of conceiving and give your baby the healthiest start possible.
Seeing a chiropractor during pregnancy is one of the most beneficial and important choices you can make for your pre (and post) natal care. Chiropractic care can help alleviate the symptoms of your pregnancy, by easing lower back pain commonly cause by a hyperlordosis of the lumbar spine.