New Mobile App Offers Plastic Surgery Consultations From Home

Are you interested in plastic surgery, but do not know how to go about it? Do you want to know how much cosmetic surgery will cost you? Do you want to be able to discuss the procedures you would like with a doctor? Well, now you can, all from the comfort of your home, through your smartphone.

Apps to connect you with your doctor.

One app that allows you to do this is named Zwivel. Zwivel is a HIPPA certified app that lets you speak directly to a doctor privately and securely. “It allows cosmetic patients to research, discuss, search for and virtually consult with cosmetic physicians. Cosmetic patients can research both invasive and non-invasive procedures on Zwivel by reading our comprehensive cosmetic procedure guides, articles and by joining our cosmetic community.”

What these apps can do for you.

Apps like these save you the trouble of getting time off from work, making an appointment with a doctor, and then having to make the long drive there. Instead, you can search for multiple doctors online that meet your search criteria and then have consultations with them to plan your surgery. You can speak to various doctors through the app and get the best rates. All while still ensuring that you will receive the quality of care your desire.


Apps that can transform your photos.

Other apps are useful in planning cosmetic surgery. Some apps will show examples of how you would look if you received cosmetic surgery. These apps use a simple pull feature that allows you to pick and pull parts of your photos to see what you would look like after surgery. There are multiple apps like these available such as Mod Your Bod, and Plastic Surgery Simulator Lite.

The world of cosmetic surgery is apparently making every attempt to adapt to new technologies and people’s busy lifestyles. You can look forward to more advancements coming to cosmetic surgery apps shortly.

Women’s Health in Relationships: Signs That Indicate You Are In An Unhealthy Relationship

I think that it is important to highlight some key indicators that your body gives you when being in an unhealthy relationship. Many times we ignore what our bodies are telling us because of numerous reasons. For women’s health and overall well-being not only will listening to your body improve healthy behaviors and daily habits, but you will become more in tune with yourself and your surroundings.


It is important to know the differences between healthy and unhealthy relationships. Some prominent examples of a healthy relationship include:

  • Open and direct communication
  • Mutual Respect
  • Security and comfort
  • Equality
  • Emotional intimacy
  • Shared values and beliefs


As I wrote in “The Top 5 Health Concerns That Women Are Experiencing”  added stress, unhealthy living habits and changes in body hormones can lead to ailments and health diseases in the long run that can be difficult to deal with. By identifying with some of the negative signs associated with bad relationships listed below, you can seek the help that you need in changing things around.


Sleep deprivation

When you suffer from insomnia, it’s often because your cortisol levels are revved up at night as a result of too many “fight-or-flight” stress responses in your body. Eliminate your insomnia by cutting out the dead weight in your life in order to get a good night’s rest.


Weight Gain

Believe it or not, excessive weight gain can be associated with depression, stress, and hormone changes. While being overweight is one of the body’s whispers of poor health, it is also associated with being in an unhealthy relationship.

When you’re feeling down and comfort food is your go to, try getting out of the house and going for a walk, or taking up a yoga class. You’d be surprised in the shift in weight once you get out and get moving.


Dark Urine

Here is a sure sign that you are not getting enough fluids to your body. Although this is not directly correlated with being in an unhealthy relationship, you could always drink a few more glasses of water each day.



Do you dread coming home to your significant other or get an anxious feeling when they are around? Then your body is definitely telling you that something is not right.


Irregular bowel movements

Healthy bowels move every time you eat a meal. It’s called the “gastrocolic reflex.” When you insert food into the digestive tract, healthy bowels move to eliminate toxins and make room for new nutrition. When this does not happen you can become constipated and this is not a good feeling to experience.


Constant cold or flu

We all are exposed to viruses and bacteria but healthy individuals should be able to fight off these viruses fairly well. If you are constantly sick and can’t seem to shake that cold, then it is time to start listening to your body.


Although many of these signs can be associated with different illnesses and health changes, women should always be aware of their bodies and the reactions that you give off when faced with added stress and hormone changes.