We’ve heard of some pretty crazy long-term side effects happening to people after getting the coronavirus, from loss of taste to psychosis. People who have recovered but are still experiencing lingering effects are called “long-haulers.” A major one of these side effects is post-COVID hair loss. Hair loss is common when you’ve gone through a stressful event, including contracting COVID-19.
Unfortunately, there’s no permanent cure for it, and you should always discuss treatment options first with a healthcare professional, if possible. But you can manage symptoms at home with these effective treatments.
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From making your skin glow to improving bone, heart, and dental health there are tons of reasons you should be consuming sesame oil.
Being stuck in a semi lockdown for two years gives people lots of time to work on wacky ideas, and Polish designer Iga Węglińska did just that.
While you can still enjoy a smoothie with a few simple ingredients like fruit juice, spinach, a few apples and bananas, there are some pretty strange things being added to the mix now.
Drinking enough water can have a major effect on your health and wellbeing. It keeps you feeling well, looking good and makes sure that all the processes in your body run smoothly.
Contrary to popular belief, a protein shake isn’t necessarily the best post-exercise diet choice. After you’re done with your sweat sesh, do your best to avoid these harmful foods that you may not have known about.
A tough workout means you need proper nutrition afterwards — after all, your muscle glycogen needs to be replenished, since it’s depleted during exercise.
There are some components in food, the frequency of which you eat it, that can surprisingly change how it affects your body.
If you are ready to learn just how much your posture is impacted by your regular behavior, check out these daily habits that are ruining your posture.
Higher iron levels based on genetic predisposition may actually reduce a person’s lifespan.