Too much cavities (tooth decay)

dental cavities

Oral health should be considered as one of the most important aspects in maintaining overall health as it’s a part of the digestive mechanism. If you already have or plan on having a root canal procedure done, read important information on root canals...  read more

Too much sleep (oversleeping)

too much sleeping fatique

Sleep is considered to be a dynamic activity. It is state of unconsciousness when human perception and sensory mechanisms are suspended while the voluntary muscles activity is stopped. During the sleep, the anabolic activity is raised, promoting rejuvenation of body systems, including immune, skeletal, muscular and nervous systems. ...  read more

Too much thirst

drinking too much water

Thirst is a basic instinct to drink. The need to drink arises when a body becomes deficient in fluids or there is a change in cellular osmosis. ...  read more

Too much loose skin (sagging skin)

skin sagging and stretched skin

Loose skin (a.k.a. skin sagging and stretched skin) is often referred to as a cosmetic condition when either the skin lost its elasticity due to age or too much loose skin is available for a body mass that is smaller then the amount of skin that is required to cover it. ...  read more