Eat your water

Water being poured into water on a blue background

Medical professionals recommend drinking at least 8 glasses of water a day but what some don’t know is that around 20% of our daily hydration intake comes from our solid food. This is good news for those that don’t enjoy drinking water!

Summer is in full force and with raising temperatures around the world it is even more important to ensure that we are keeping our H20 intake in check! Best Doctors and Health.com highlight some of the most hydrating foods to help keep us fresh and hydrated. The negative effects of not keeping your body hydrated can seriously affect your heath and quality of life. Individuals who don’t ingest enough water (be it through liquid or solids) can begin to experience chronic fatigue, constipation, digestive issues, weight gain and even stomach ulcers[1]. An astonishing 60% of our body weight comes from water[2] but Read more

Taking care of our daily routine can improve migraines

Migraines are surely one of the biggest health challenges we face today. Millions of patients worldwide suffer from the symptoms of this highly disabling disease, which has an impact on the lives of those who suffer from it, as well as the lives of their nearest and dearest – family, friends, coworkers.

We at Best Doctors would like to shed some light on the multiple perspectives that exist on migraines with this video, in which one of the most recognised experts in the field, Dr. Lawrence C. Newman, from Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York, gives us the key guidelines to understanding the mechanisms of the disease.  With the recommendations of Dr. Newman, one of our leading neurologists, it is possible to put up with migraines through a series of specific habits that have to do with sleep routines, physical exercise, nutrition, hydration through frequent fluid intake, and stress. We hope that Read more