IL Top Docs is proud to present the following recently reviewed and approved providers for December 2018. IL Top Docs Include: Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Dr. Vivian Chou Anesthesiology Dr. Adam Block Internal Medicine Dr. Barbara Amsler Dr. Naresh Chandan Dr. Marcie Claybon Nephrology Dr. Naila Ahmed Neurology Dr. Amarish Dave OBGYN Dr. Aarathi Cholkeri-Singh Pediatrics Dr. Imelda S. Carlos

IL Top Docs is proud to present the following recently reviewed and approved providers for November 2018. IL Top Docs Include: Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Dr. David S. Chudwin Dermatology Dr. Alix J. Charles Family Practice Dr. John M. Cottrell Ophthalmology Dr. Scott Bornstein Pediatrics Dr. Halina Aniol Dr. Bertha Cabrera Dr. Elana Comrov

IL Top Docs is proud to present the following recently reviewed and approved providers for October 2018. IL Top Docs Include: Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Dr. Daryn Abraham Dr. Dawn Beckman Internal Medicine Dr. Victoria Amesbury Dr. Charles W. Ampadu Dr. Girma B. Assefa Ophthalmology Dr. Robert Albrecht Pediatrics Dr. Sarah Breen

Tips for Fighting Seasonal Affective Disorder As everyone around you is indulging in pumpkin spice lattes and maple pecan muffins, keep in mind that this time of year is not pleasant for everyone. Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a form of depression that typically appears during the autumn and winter seasons when the days become shorter, darker, and chillier. About 4-6 percent of Americans struggle with SAD, with more people in the northern part of the country being affected. People with SAD often experience a range of symptoms, but the most common is fatigue that’s paired with oversleeping, depressive moods, and strong cravings for carbohydrates which often leads to excessive weight gain. If someone who has SAD is struggling with severe symptoms, it can greatly impact their daily lifestyle by preventing them to go out and interact with others. To help combat SAD this season, keep the following tips in Read the full article →

You’re Not The Only One Who’s Exhausted & Here’s Why Can you make it through the whole day without needing a nap? Or can you make it a whole week without dozing off at your desk? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), around 15% of women and 10% of men regularly feel exhausted in America.  In addition to that, the CDC reports that one third of American adults get less than the recommended amount of sleep. Not getting enough sleep is linked with many chronic diseases and conditions like type 2 diabetes, heart disease, obesity, and depression. It’s no surprise that these conditions are taking a massive toll on our country, but who knew sleep had a role to play in this? Below you will find a few possible reasons why you’re always feeling exhausted and what you can do to get a better night’s rest. Read the full article →