While treatment can fast-track healing, frozen shoulder usually goes away with time—within two to four years—and sometimes pain can decrease in just a couple of days.
Most people know they need to eat right and exercise to be healthy. But what about sleep? We spend about one-third of our lives asleep, and sleep is essential to better health. But many of us are struggling with sleep. Four out of five people say that they suffer from sleep problems at least once a week and wake up feeling exhausted. So how do you become a more successful sleeper? Grab a pillow, curl up and keep reading to find out.
If you wake up tired, chances are you’re not getting enough sleep. These strategies may help you determine your sleep needs.
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A shoulder separation sounds like an odd injury, but in reality, it refers to the stretching or tearing of ligaments where the collarbone (clavicle) meets the shoulder blade (scapula).