Archive for December, 2018
Exercise is hugely important to just about everyone, here in the United States and everywhere beyond it as well. When you exercise you’re able to strengthen your body and improve your endurance. You reduce your overall risk of developing various diseases and other such health concerns. You even can improve your overall mood and mental state.
However, far too few people are able to exercise (or choose to exercise) as much as they should be. In fact, less than half of all adult people in the United States are getting as much exercise as they should be over the course of just one week. In addition to this, no more than 5% of this same population of people are being physically active for even just 30 minutes on a daily basis.
So it’s no huge surprise, really, that up to one third of all people in the United States are overweight and another one third are medically classified as obese. In fact, less than half of the adult population has been found to have a healthy weight and BMI
Your skin is in a constant state of being damaged and repairing itself.
When you get a sunburn it sloughs off the uppermost layer to let new, healthy skin grow in its place. When your sweat glands close it keeps you warm in the cold. Once in a while, however, our skin isn’t equipped with the means of improving itself without a little help. If you suspect you’re developing melanoma, or you’re just frustrated with the aftermath of acne scars, a dermatologist can give you a helping hand. Equipped with tools that work and decades of knowledge on the largest organ on the human body, you’ll finally be in a spot to feel your best.
Here are just a few things dermatology can help you with, when all hope seems lost.
Skin cancer is a very real issue that sends people to the hospital and leaves them sick for years. It’s estimated one out of every five Americans will be diagnosed with skin cancer by the time they’re 70 years old.