Why Can’t I Remember Anything?
Can’t remember anything? You’re not alone. Follow these tips to boost your memory and learn the signs of a bigger problem.
The Effects of Stress on Your Body
Learn about the ways stress can affect your health.
The Health Benefits of Yoga
Health benefits associated with yoga include improved flexibility, more strength, better concentration, improved posture, better breathing, and lowered stress. Find out how yoga can help you.
Alternative Treatments for Sleep Disorders
WebMD explores alternative and complementary treatments for sleep disorders.
Massage Therapy Styles and Health Benefits
WebMD examines different styles of massage, such as Swedish, deep tissue, and hot stone. Find out why they’re done and what their health benefits are.
Causes of Stress
Take a look at causes of stress, including stress at work and stress from daily life, and how stress can affect health and quality of life.
Caregiver Tips - Caregiver Tip No. 2: Don't Help Too Much
The biggest mistake most caregivers make is providing too much care. Even if they don't admit it, people like to help themselves. Every time you do something for a person that the person could have done alone, there is a double loss. First, your effort may have been wasted. Second, the person has missed an opportunity to help him - or herself.As a caregiver, your highest goal is to give the perso
Grief and Grieving - Cause
Grief and grieving are the natural response to a major loss. However, any loss can cause feelings of grief, sometimes when you least expect it. Grief is typically triggered by a sudden loss caused by a traumatic or unanticipated event. Examples of such events include:Death of a loved one.Being diagnosed with a chronic or terminal disease.Disability from a severe accident or ...
Grief and Grieving - Topic Overview
WebMD explains what grief is, what is normal in the grieving process, and how to manage sadness. Also learn the signs of depression to watch for.
Hospice Care - Receiving Hospice Care
Hospice is a comprehensive program with services for people who are seriously ill and not expected to recover. When you decide to be cared for by a hospice program, you acknowledge that your treatment goals will shift from doing everything possible to cure your condition to helping make the rest of your life as comfortable and high - quality as possible.You do not need to be bedridden or in a ...