Unmet needs drive our actions. We eat because we are hungry and drink because we are thirsty. And why do we sleep? You guessed it. Because we are tired.
Of course there can be exceptions — maybe you aren’t hungry, but want to eat anyway because something just tastes so good. But virtually everything we do is to meet some type of unmet need — even if we don’t realize it. Continue reading “Counseling Idaho Falls Meets Emotional Needs”
When it comes to children, parents tend to naturally fear for the worst. Most often, they will opt for a “better safe than sorry” route. But the truth is that only a few situations will warrant a trip to the emergency room (ER) for immediate care. There are also cases at the other end of the spectrum. Those that clearly need emergency attention, but instead, end up in Pocatello urgent care — a less common scenario.
Continue reading “Choosing Pocatello Urgent Care Over An Emergency Room”
There is a lot that goes into running a business. You’ve got to serve your clients or customers with something they want, make it affordable for them to acquire, manage employees, ensure safety for everyone involved, and the list goes on and on. You want to take care of everything on that list as efficiently as possible.
But there’s one thing on the list that nobody wants to deal with.
Continue reading “Commercial Cleaning Quotes In Idaho Falls”
Of course, it’s important to brush and floss regularly, but what else can we be doing to win the fight for whiter teeth and brighter smiles? Our smiles can say a lot about our diet. Teeth discoloration occurs when bacteria build up in your mouth. Bacteria loves sweet sugar just like the rest of us. The bacteria will ferment the sugar into an enamel-eating acid that can be the cause of countless dental care issues later. Discoloration is just one of many examples of what can happen to your oral health when bacteria is allowed to move in.
Continue reading “Five Foods For A Brighter Smile”
It’s currently very clear that all of the following disorders can be the result of both genetic and environmental causes, the latter factor often triggering the former. Here we’ll discuss 6 common behavioral and mental health disorders and ways you can manage them. Continue reading “6 Common Behavioral & Mental Health Problems & How To Manage Them”
Some children struggle with reading more than others, but before we get into how we can help bridge the gap between fast readers and slow readers, we need to get an understanding of what’s holding the slow readers back. Continue reading “How Teachers Can Improve Children’s Reading Abilities”
Lately we’ve all been hearing about washing our hands, not touching our faces, and pushing doors with your feet or pulling them with a metal door opener. But why do we need to do these things?
Continue reading “How Do Germs Spread? A Gross A** Story”
While none of the following is going to cure fibromyalgia, these are some of the best ways of managing this condition.
To date, there has not been any surefire way of curing fibromyalgia, nor any definitive answer as to what fibromyalgia is, exactly. Pain doctors have many ways of treating it and managing it, but it still remains a mysterious condition.
Maybe someday we will finally know. But until then, do yourself a favor—live a happier life with these lifestyle changes. Continue reading “5 Lifestyle Changes For Managing Fibromyalgia”
Many people use the terms “family dentist” and “general dentist” interchangeably, but there is actually a difference – a subtle one, but one that can be important depending on your situation.
All dentists are required to have extensive education before they can begin practicing. Schooling for dentistry typically involves 3+ years of undergraduate education plus another 4 years of dental school.
Family dentists and general dentists are similar in this way. They also perform the same procedures on their patients, like: Continue reading “Family Dentist Vs. General Dentist – What’s The Difference?”