Month: February 2021

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The Truth Of Breast Implant Replacement:

Breast implant replacement surgery has always been something to consider when going through with breast augmentation surgery. Surgeons will usually recommend that an implant will need to be replaced after the 10-15 year mark. The truth is though, that there is no specific lifespan of a breast implant and that some women may never actually need to have breast implants replacement surgery. In this article we will discuss the signs for needing the breast implants replaced.

What Is A Breast Re-Augmentation?

A re-augmentation involves removing the original implants and scar tissue and replacing them with new ones. They could be a new type, shape or size which many women get larger implants as they are not as big as they wanted originally. This can also be combined with breast uplifts if not already done.

Signs For Needing Breast Implant Replacements:

Capsular Contracture – This is a common complication when having … Read More

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How To Deal With Dental Anxiety

Oral health is often regarded as being one of the most important pillars when it comes to our overall health. Surprisingly, almost half of the UK population has a fear of the dentist and this fear can have huge implications when it comes to our oral health and wellbeing. This fear stems from a number of different worries and concerns about sitting in the dentist’s chair and seems to be an issue faced by older generations, who may perhaps be scarred from dentist experiences when they were younger and techniques were less advanced.

 

Dentophobia, or the extreme fear of going to the dentist, can be debilitating for the person suffering from the fear, but it is hugely important to regularly attend dentist checkups so that they can look after your teeth and oral health. With this in mind, here are some ways you can deal with dental anxiety.

 

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Anxious About Taking A Sick Day When Working From Home? Here Are 3 Things To Consider

 

When you’re not feeling well, the last thing you want is to feel stressed about taking a sick day from work. During the pandemic, a study found that 42% of workers are now more stressed and anxious about taking a day off sick than they were pre-pandemic. Working from home adds more stress to the matter, as employees tend to feel as though they need to show they are getting their work done and that their productivity levels haven’t been affected. This then leads to longer working hours, fewer breaks and more mental fatigue. Add to this the stress of the pandemic, and the potential for burnout is heightened. 

Although we are in a pandemic and working from home, that doesn’t mean that employees aren’t getting sick. Whether due to a pre-existing condition or illness, migraines or simply just stress-related, there are still plenty of reasons as to why Read More