Archives for January 2017

Morning Headaches? Sleep Apnea May Be the Culprit

A good night’s rest can be the key to greater productivity during the day. However, there are over 22 million people in the United States suffering from sleep apnea who are not as productive as they would like to be. Sleep apnea is a common disorder in which a person has frequent interruptions in their [Read More….]

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What Are the Different Types of Incontinence?

Urinary incontinence is a very common health condition in the U.S. Few people know that almost a quarter to a third of all men and women in the country suffer from some form of urinary incontinence. Incontinence in adults can be an extremely embarrassing and disruptive condition. But the type of incontinence heavily influences how [Read More….]

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Use an Alert System to Maintain Independence in Aging Seniors

If you care for an aging loved one, then you’re probably familiar with feeling anxiety and concern whenever you have to leave them for a period of time. Check out these high-tech alert systems that can provide your loved one with the independence they desire, while also giving you peace of mind knowing your loved [Read More….]

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January is National Bath Safety Month

Although long bubble baths may make your bathroom seem like a haven of tranquility, did you know that your bathroom is the most dangerous room in your house? In fact, over 200,000 Americans take a trip to their local emergency room to be treated for a bathroom-related injury every year. This is why it’s important [Read More….]

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What Should My Oxygen Level Be?

Do you know if your supplemental oxygen levels are healthy for you? Many people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, have lower than normal oxygen levels and may not even know it. If you are experiencing difficulty with your supplemental oxygen delivery system, then this article will help you to understand the following: Why [Read More….]

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Bringing Home Your CPAP Machine

If you have been diagnosed with sleep apnea, you may be prescribed CPAP therapy to treat your symptoms. CPAP stands for Continuous Positive Airway Pressure and is defined as a single level of air pressure delivered through the nose and/or mouth. Pressure is needed is to prevent the upper airway from closing during sleep. If [Read More….]

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