Running is a strenuous activity. It is most people’s exercise of choice, especially when looking to lose weight or stay fit. Whether you run to stay fit or lose weight; or perhaps you are a professional runner, there is a temptation to push yourself a little too far. When this happens, injuries invariably occur as your hips, feet, legs, knees and your back absorb the gruelling punishment.
There are, however, physiotherapy solutions that can treat, or prevent, running injuries that could interfere with your running routine.
If you’re afraid to go to the dentist, you’re not the only one. Up to 20 percent of adults avoid dental visits due to fear or anxiety. People with dental phobia usually know that their fear is unfounded or irrational, but can’t do anything about it. They avoid dental visits until the pain is unbearable. In some cases, psychiatric consultation is required.
Some typical symptoms of dental fear or anxiety include feeling physically ill or upset at the thought of going to the dentist; nervousness that escalates while waiting in the dentist’s office; trouble sleeping the night before a dentist appointment; and panic when dental implements are place in one’s mouth.
There are a lot of reasons why people have anxiety or fear about going to the dentist, from feelings of helplessness, fear of anaesthetic, fear of needles, fear of pain, and embarrassment. If this sounds like you, keep reading for XX tips to help you overcome the fear and anxiety of your next dental visit.