Why you should take your children to the dentist frequently

Parents are responsible for their children and their well-being from the day they are born to the day they grow to an adult. It is especially important for parents to keep their children’s hygiene and teach them the value of personal care even at a young age.

This is extremely important because kids should develop habits and an attitude to take care of their body all the time. It becomes an even more difficult task because generally kids will be kids and just play their way through life without the care in the world.

For most parents, dental hygiene is one of the most difficult personal care habits to teach their children. It is a simple thing to do which can be easily neglected by a child when they’re going about their business of being a, well, kid.

A pediatric dentist comes into play in these situations. These types of dentists not only know how to administer procedures to keep your child’s dental health in check. They also know how to handle a child inside a clinic that allows them to administer dental exams and treatments.

A parent need not be nervous when sending their children to the dentist because it has long term benefits when they finish the check-up or procedure. However, not all parents know how frequently to send their child to the dentist. The following are suggestions on the frequency you should send your child to the dentist.

When Should Your Child’s First Visit to The Dentist Be?

A child’s first birthday is a good time to get them their first visit to a professional dentist. It allows them to be exposed to a dental clinic at an early age. This also allows the dentist to clean and prevent damage to a baby’s teeth while they’re young.

Your baby’s dentist can also perform a check on how the mouth, teeth, and jaw is developing to address issues early on. Finally, the dentist will give dental advice to the parents so that they can take proper care of their children’s teeth.

Dental Care for Children

A baby should get their first check-up as soon as their first tooth comes out. It will help the dentist check the baby’s dental health at an early stage. The parents will also feel secure about the health of their baby from the start.

As they grow older, dentists advise parents to set appointments for their children twice a year for preventive measures to help their child’s dental health. These check-ups are aimed to check the condition of their teeth and gums as well as handing out proper oral care tips for kids.

Doing these things early means that you can build a home that has dental health as a priority. The regular check-ups will allow dentists to evaluate your child’s dental health properly and builds the child’s dental history which can be referred to once a dental emergency happens.

A dentist can also recommend preventive procedures to parents on children’s teeth which are susceptible to damage because of the amount of sweets and their common intake. The dentist can perform a thorough cleaning of your child’s teeth or identify hidden problems to prevent it from growing bigger in the future.

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How i chose my Wedding DJ

A wedding requires almost a bazillion things to plan and organize. Choosing the DJ for your wedding reception is one of the big ones. The reception occupies about half the day and will be the event most guests will remember so it’s worth putting some serious thought into how to make the night as memorable as possible. In this post, you’ll learn just that, what questions to ask yourself when choosing your wedding DJ.

Consider your Budget

Don’t be tempted to go for a DJ just because there cheap. DJ’s are just like anything, you get what you pay for. A qualified DJ with experience hosting events will know how to set how to set up in your chosen venue to give maximum performance. Additionally, they’ll be able to play a wider range of music to fit whatever your tastes are. A wedding DJ who has a reputation for being good at their job will be highly recommended by all local wedding venues and suppliers. This means they’ll usually be booked out months in advance so their prices will be higher. For example, DJ Krista is one of the top event DJ’s in Vancouver so expect a price tag to meet demand.

Use Referrals

A DJ’s reputation still travels largely by word of mouth. When was the last time you were at a performance that really impressed you? If you can’t think of any then asked trusted friends about any local event DJ’s they’d recommend. It’s always best to go with a DJ that a friend or family member has seen themselves in action. The management at your chosen venue for the reception will also be able to offer great recommendations.

Meet and Interview your DJ

Once you’ve got a few referrals and thought about your budget arrange to meet a few face to face. This is the only way to get a feel for what they are really like and decide if they’re up to the job. You want a DJ that is easy to work with, knows what you want and can adapt easily as the night progresses. Just be sure to ask them the right questions and get all the information you’ll need. Experience will show here allowing you to sort the good from the mediocre.

Think about the Music you’ll want for each Moment

A wedding reception requires different music for each moment of the night. If you want to get everyone involved think about what sort of music you’ll need. You might go for a slow opening as guests arrive or have the reception start with a bang. This is probably the most fun part of planning the reception and if the DJ is experienced enough they’ll have an answer for all your questions of what music to fit each moment. Find music that will appeal to all age groups. A good DJ will be able to easily adjust to the demands of the crowd.

Most importantly go with your instincts. If you find a DJ that appeals to your tastes then go for it even if they’re not well known. It will be a personal choice in the end so go with your gut.

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Immigration Medical Exam: Here is How My Husband Prepared for the it

Planning to migrate? If you are, there are a lot of things you have to prepare for. Depending on the country you plan to stay, there are specific requirements you need to complete and examinations to pass. It is a tedious process, so you really have to prepare for it.

Medical Examination

One important process an applicant for an immigrant status to pass is the Medical Exam. This is done to ensure public’s safety and health. Most countries are trying to eradicate communicable diseases and to safeguard the turf, any individual who wishes to enter a certain country must not carry any communicable disease that will endanger the lives of the citizens.

Now for the process, a series of tests are done, like a tuberculin skin test. According to my husband, this determines if you have tuberculosis. If an applicant is positive, an x-ray is done for confirmation. Next will be the physical exam, a certified doctor will do a whole body check up, including the genital area to assess for any sexually transmitted diseases that the individual may not be aware of.

A medical history is also obtained to know any other condition such as mental illness, drug abuse and other related diseases. Certain vaccines are also administered as a requisite before migrating to a specific country. These are vaccines include Hepatitis A and B, Influenza, Measles, Meningococcal and Pnemococcal, Pertussis, Mumps, Varicella, Rubella, Tetanus, Diphtheria, Rotavirus and Polio. Everyone is born to thrive and to guarantee this, you must be healthy enough to pass the mandatory medical exam.

Physically Fit

The best way to guarantee that you will pass the immigration medical exam is to be physically fit. If you are healthy, you can avoid diseases caused by virus, bacteria, fungi etc., including tuberculosis. These organisms cannot thrive in a healthy body. The immune system will ward off disease causing organisms, making you fit for the exam. It is a good thing that my husband is really into fitness and healthy living.

Thrive fitness is a way to a healthy physique. My husband usually says that you should not just do this to pass the immigration requirements, but do it for over-all well being. It is more than just passing an exam, it is a lifestyle – to achieve it, you must get into the  healthy habit of eating the right kind of food – a balance diet catered to your body caloric needs.  You must also engage in an active lifestyle. Do routine cardio exercises and weight lifting programs. Seek for a professional help, a personal trainer made me a better mom and surely, he will also assist you to achieve not only to appear externally toned and sexy, but internally healthy as well.

To pass an immigration medical exam is compulsory to move to a country of your choice, but bear in mind that a healthy body is compulsory to live a life. Focus on achieving a healthy physique and no matter where you chose to live, surely, you will enjoy it and have the time of your life.

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Health Tips for Fellow Bloggers

If you’re a “Mommy Blogger” who came into the world of computers with little prior experience like myself, then chances are you have already learned a lot of unexpected, yet valuable, lessons through your own experience. Most of these lessons help you save time, become more efficient with posting, or simply provide a better understanding of blogging in general. These experience rarely affect your pwn physical health, but I recently have been bothered by an issue that I was successful in resolving, and I would like to share my experience.

Computers and Personal Health

When I first started to spend more time blogging, I found myself to finally be relieved of the physical demands placed upon me by children. As they have grown and become more independent, my newfound free time allowed me to pursue my hobby in a relaxed manner, something that was long overdue. Surprisingly, after about 8-10 months of blogging and doing research online, I noticed I was becoming sore a lot, and I often had this burning feeling in my wrists. I figured it was simply because my muscles had gotten tired and needed a rest, but turns out it was something else entirely.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

I finally went to the doctor in hopes of a quick fix. Turns out I have something called carpal tunnel syndrome. At first, I was really worried, but the doctor reassured me that it was a very common ailment that could be easily addressed in lots of situations, particularly mine, as I didn’t wait too long to get it checked out.

Briefly, carpal tunnel syndrome is a nerve problem, not an issue with the only the muscles. All of the muscles and nerves that go from the arm to the hand pass through a passageway called the carpal tunnel. This tunnel is pretty small, so if things become inflamed, the nerve becomes compressed, which is where the burning and pain comes from.

This is really common for people who work a lot on computers. The constant typing and extension of the wrist will eventually constrict the carpal tunnel, leading to this common syndrome. It’s very gradual, but once it becomes pronounced, it can really hurt, and for me, stopped me from working on this site altogether.

What Can You Do About It?

I was relieved to hear that all my hard work on this blog wouldn’t come to a stop! Fortunately, there are some really good carpal tunnel braces out there that can relieve the pain almost instantly, allowing you to continue typing away. The one thing to be careful of is to not become too reliant on the brace, as it doesn’t actually treat the issue, it just provides temporary pain relief. To treat the issue, often times exercises, medications, or even surgery is required, but nevertheless, I’m only writing this today because of the brace.

In my experience of shopping for these braces, I also learned that arthritis in the hand is also common for those who type a lot. I don’t have this problem, but I know my own mother would not be able to type on a keyboard because of her arthritis, so it got me looking around for something to help with that as well. Turns out there are some really cheap and comfy gloves you can get to help with that. I’ve seen them, and they fit really nicely and don’t hinder typing, but I can’t speak to their effectiveness. I know this isn’t overly helpful, but it’s something I know I’ll have to use eventually, so I just wanted to pass that information along in case it can help anyone who reads this.

At the end of the day, you never know when a health problem will arise, but knowing how to get the best help can go a long way. I hope you never have to call upon my own experience, but if you do, I hope it helps! Take care.

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Why Nurses are Important for Kids

As a parent, you always wanted to make sure that our kids are safe and in good health. However, as much as we don’t want it to, because of their vulnerability, our young ones are still gets sick. And when that happens, we have no choice but to bring them to the doctor.


As you know, kids are scared of visiting a doctor. They’ll definitely want to run away the moment they see pediatric stethoscopes. In times like that, do you know that nurses are the best ones to be there to take care of your kids and make them feel good and comfortable? You might not have noticed it, but every time you bring your kid to the hospital, nurses spend more time in checking and caring for your kid than the doctor itself.

Caring for the kids

Kids are vulnerable and they need to feel that things won’t hurt. Nurses in most cases are acting like a mother for their young patients. They are the ones who provide direct care to the kids. That’s the reason why they also need to be gentle and nice. Kids will definitely feel comfortable if they see that the one caring for them looks nice and tender.

When kids are sick, they always look for the motherly touch, and most nurses can definitely give that. For instance, having them take their meds can be hard. Kids hate taking medicines. But with a good nurse on his side, taking the meds will never be a problem. That same goes when changing the gauze, cleaning cuts and even doing therapy routines. You’ll then notice how your kid follows the nurse’s instruction more than yours.

Nurses are important

medsIn most instances, we see nurses as the doctor’s assistant. We don’t really take some time to realize that nurses are really important, especially if we have kids. They were tagged as assistants, but they can definitely be your best friend when your kid is sick. They are the front liners in giving the kind of health care that the patients’ need. It’s probably the best time to give them the best credit they deserve.

At schools, nurses are also important. They are the ones who take care of the student’s health, give advices, and monitor health and wellbeing of the kids. Their roles are much wider than you know of. They need to see to it that the kids are in good conditions at all times. Checking if the area is conducive enough to keep the students safe and protected.

The nightlynurse.com for instance if giving importance to nurses and other health practitioners who are giving so much for their patients.  In that case, they also need to take care of themselves. Offering the best kind of health service to the public, especially to the kids is definitely fulfilling. Yet they don’t normally get the recognition that they deserve. Maybe it’s time for us to recognize them. And the next time you visit a clinic or a hospital, don’t forget to say thank you to the best nurse who took care of your kid.








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How Hiring a Personal Trainer Made me a Better Mom

I have a lovely home.  I am a working mom.  My husband works all day and we have three lovely kids to take care of.  My husband has proposed hiring a person to stay at home with us and help us with the cleaning.  I mean, there are few things that I would love more than coming home from work to a clean house.  But with three boys wrecking havoc, this is just a dream.

On the other hand, I feel I would be very uncomfortable having a stranger at home all day, sleeping under my roof and eating at my table.  So, it is pretty hectic.

I probably can count them with the fingers on my hand, but I can recall times in which I was so stressed that I yelled at my kids.  Yes, I know we have all been there but I still felt terrible about it.

Then I started to go to the gym.  Somehow, I managed to make time for myself and go work out.  Now, I saw that some of the gym-goers had personal trainers to help them.  So I felt the need to get myself one.  I thought it would help me aim towards a goal.  But surprisingly, it helped me way more than that.

Now, on the title I state how this personal training helped me become a better mom.  Crazy, right?  But it did and I am pretty sure it can do the same to you.


A personal trainer taught me about being disciplined in working out.  Just like you, there were times in which I felt like quitting.  But my personal trainer took at his job to keep me motivated.  I passed this on to my kids and helped them stay motivated at what they do.  My eldest son was having issues with Math in school.  I remember passing on the same pep talk my trainer gave to me.


Not only did my personal trainer help me set a goal, but it also helped me do the same with my kids.  I explained to them how those who set themselves goals are more likely to succeed.


Knowing that you are aiming towards a goal and working hard to get there creates this sense of satisfaction in you.  This helped me stay with a smile on my face.  It changed my persona and attitude, even towards the mess that my home was sometimes.  I felt that I was more cheerful and understanding of my kids.  It even improved my life with my husband.

So I will strongly recommend that, if you are a mom, get yourself into the healthy structure of having a personal coach guide you through your fitness endeavors.  You will not regret it.  Not only I feel I am a better mom, but also a better person.  There is this sense of fullness that I can hardly find words to explain.  Now, you go and give it a try.


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Why Visiting a Psycotherapist Can Be Helpful to The Mind

The purpose of a therapist is to provide you with professional help and offer you ways to construct effective solutions to overcome difficult times.  It is usually prescribed to a person that is going through hard situations that are producing a physiological response that negatively affects the patient´s life.  Sessions typically last 50 minutes and are taken every once a week.  Patients who visit a psychotherapist report having improved their situation after taking therapy.  A normal therapy will be as long as a year or less, depending on the severity of the situation.   If your situation is not that bad or you do not really need therapy, your therapist will be honest with you and guide you.

The mind is an intricate and complex entity.   It is sometimes marred by situations or events in life.  All over the years, the benefits of psychotherapy have been proved.  There are some things that you should know about visiting a psychotherapist:

  • A psychotherapist will be completely honest with you at all times.
  • A program should have as a focus the solution of the problem and it should be goal-oriented. This goal will be decided between both the therapist and the patient.  They both agree on what are the changes expected and in how much time .
  • Psychotherapy will teach the patients about their condition and suggest mechanisms to better cope with difficult situations.
  • Most of the time, a therapy session program will last a year or less.  This is the time recommended, except for those that have a severe condition.
  • A therapy becomes very effective if the person seeks for it and has determined themselves that they will change.   Making changes involves doing things differently and stop doing those things that make matters worse or contribute to your problem.
  • Psychotherapy is effective for both emotional problems or mental health conditions.
  • During a session, which can be one-to-one with the therapist, a couple, or a group, the patient is expected to share with the therapist all the things that are doing wrong.
  • Even though the process involves mostly talking, other  techniques such as dancing, art, music, drama, etc.

A psychotherapist is a trained professional that provides therapy to help patients overcome issues that otherwise they would not be able to solve by themselves.  As millions of people take therapy every year, it is no doubt that the procedure is a good medication to the mind.

There are some myths about psychotherapy that need to be overcome.  Whenever you have a really hard situation, you do not have to deal with it alone.  This actually can bring you serious physiological problems.   Get professional help and start enjoying better times.


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Happiness and Empowerment Through Physical Activity


I’ve heard it for years: Exercise is important. I get it, or more appropriately, I thought I got it. However, no matter when I was motivated or how motivated I was, I just couldn’t find the energy to stick to a regular routine. Then one day things changed.

I was having coffee with a girl friend of mine who I hadn’t seen in a while, even though we’re quite close and live nearby to each other. One of her in-laws was going through a tough time with both physical and mental illness, and has since been doing exceptionally well and looks fantastic. This particular in-law had decided to make a lifestyle change and prioritize exercise, and the results went beyond looking good standing in front of a mirror.

Then we got talking more along that subject, and I learned that my friend had been invited by one of her friends to tag along to a kickboxing class, and subsequently, I was now invited. I thought, ‘Me??? A middle-aged woman who has not exercised regularly in years (maybe decades)?’ But I figured I would give it a shot, especially since I would be there with friends. Turns out that day changed my life for the better!

What Kickboxing Did For Me

To this day I still attend regular kickboxing classes. However, when I first attended, I was shy and intimidated. I mean, kickboxing? Seems like a tough sport (and it is!). When my friends and I first arrived at the gym, we were shocked to notice how clean it was, almost like a dance studio, the kind instructors, and many other classmates that were our age and level of fitness! This made it easy right off the bat.

After the first session I was exhausted. I didn’t know how I was going to do it again. But my instructor was so encouraging that she was able to throw enough positive energy my way to keep me coming back. Each session became easier and easier, even though we were progressing in our workouts.

After a couple weeks, I suddenly noticed something was different. I was happier, more energetic, and was getting great sleeps! I had already lost a couple pounds, and boy was I hungry! I was originally worried about eating too much, but by making sure I was eating healthy food, I had already made a complete lifestyle change. I was, and still am, in better shape, happy, and confident, and this has empowered me to take control of my life.

Now, while I may not look like a tough kickboxer, I’m one of the regulars at the gym and have started to take almost a leadership role. I would have NEVER done this before. I’m outgoing, up for more activities with my kids and family members, and I feel like I can be a role model for many girls who don’t feel great about themselves.

So is kickboxing for anyone? It can be! One of the best things about it is it’s cheap. You don’t need a lot of equipment to get started. Gym membership fees were decent as well, and perhaps more importantly, they were flexible depending on how often you go. If you really want to get involved, you can even buy equipment for your own home, like heavy bags or speed bags, but this is tough to do for most people.


Now that I have adopted a more active lifestyle, I have begun supplementing it with running. Again, another cheap and widely available option – you just need shoes and somewhere to run! With kids, I can’t make every kickboxing class that I would like, and sometimes I just need some space. This is why running suites me. If I have 20-30 minutes, I can throw on my runners and some old gym clothes and go for a nice jog.

While kickboxing and running are both great workouts, I find running to be a little more relaxing. I don’t go at a fast pace – I just take my time and raise my heart rate a bit, but being outside, maybe with some music on, and getting the blood flowing in an active, yet relaxing manner, has certainly done wonders for me. It’s a great night cap after a stressful day when I couldn’t make it to kickboxing!


Different things make different people happy. For some, it’s crafting, or reading, or an infinite number of options. For me, I found that being active, challenging my mind and body to complete tasks, and benefiting from that both physically and mentally has been a life changer for me, so I would always recommend an active lifestyle!

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Blog About Life and The Lessons it Teaches

Ruby was a woman who was living in the United States with her three very loving children. For a job she used to work as a freelancer social media manger. She was a very loving mother and a devoted wife. During her free time she enjoyed running and blogging. However her husband was never with her as he had a job away from her. This is where life started teaching her lessons which she had never learn. Life’s lessons are always learn the hard way.

The People One Loses Will Always Remain a Part of You

baby-17351_1920Each one of us must face the harsh reality of life that life is not forever. One has to depart from this world and enter a new world. Once learns the reality of loss, life goes on as days turn into nights and months into years. One has to learn to live with the gaping hole in one’s life. The heart breaks open when you know that you have to live life all alone. When you love someone deeply you cannot imagine living life without that person. The broken heart will never fully heal back but the memories will bring tears to the eyes. It is like a badly bruised ankle which does get healed but one will never be able to dance the same way that one used to. The slight limp will remain for life.

Search for Happiness

kid-1241817_1920Running after happiness is not the same as being happy. When the sun shines the smile comes on the face and there is no harm in basking under the sun. Moments of happiness are great, but as time pass so does the happiness. What one is actually searching is for a meaningful life rather than just happiness. When you know what you are doing then happiness comes most naturally. When one loves the job he is doing the happiness is even greater.

Never Regret Because That is Worse Than Fear.

smiley-1363093_1920We are human and so we are bound to make mistakes. There is no escape from this and also no place for regret. Life’s lessons are taught and leant the hard way. When we risk losing it is only then we have the possibility to win.. Whether it is running a marathon or quitting a job they all require risk, sacrifice and struggle..when one looks back at life one feels happy when one can say “ I am happy that I tried’ rather than ending up saying “ I wish that I had tried” It is a waste spending one’s life only regretting but it is better to look ahead and love life. It is better to take risks because then one has the passion to live.

Never be Rigid in Life

california-106943_1920Life has many unexpected turns and twists so it is good never to be rigid. Soon one will understand that life is not gift wrapped the way one wants it to be. Having a positive outlook and an open mind will make one find life easier to live.

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